Sabrina Orah Mark’s Happily: A Personal History—with Fairy Tales is a beautifully written memoir-in-essays on fairy tales and their surprising relevance to modern life.

A.K. Burns’s largest solo exhibition to date, “Of space we are…” at the Wexner Center for the Arts, considers the intersection between the human, nonhuman, and the environment—and the value systems that guide our perceptions of each.

Every month, Creative Capital compiles a list of residencies, grant, and award opportunities as part of our commitment to sharing resources and opportunities for artists working in all creative disciplines. These opportunities have deadlines in March and April, 2023.

Learn more about Creative Capital’s 2023 Literature grantees.

“Suspend yea notions of time, we can’t keep track of that in this place, of dis’place.”   HouseFull of Blackwomen is conjure art, the insistence movement, activated in store fronts,  streets, houses, warehouses, museums, galleries and theaters of Oakland, California. HouseFull began as a two-year project and morphed into an eight-year process of 15 public “episodes” which

Rodrigo Reyes’s documentary Sansón and Me is a moving portrait of the unlikely friendship of two Mexican migrants, told within the frame of the dramatic clash between systemic forces and personal choices that envelop young, incarcerated men of color in America. 

Learn more about Creative Capital’s 2023 Jazz + Music Grantees.

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