We spoke to Raja Feather Kelly about Liz Eden, translating documentary into dance performance, and the difficult question of how one tells the story of another.

On behalf of Creative Capital, thank you for nurturing new projects and supporting individual artists through our grants, programs, and gatherings.

Each week, we compile a list of exhibitions, screenings, events, and news featuring Creative Capital Awardees.

Fallen Fruit talks about their Creative Capital Project, Endless Orchard, which is anchored at their Monument to Sharing in Los Angeles State Historic Park.

On October 27, 2021, the Creative Capital Awardee Celebration & Breakfast at NeueHouse welcomed awardees from all over the country to join us at our first in-person gathering in two years.

We spoke to Todd Chandler about his Creative Capital Project, Bulletproof, a documentary exploring how the drive to prevent gun violence is shaping the culture of American schools.

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 November and December, 2021.

To begin, decide whether or not you want to make your page a public business account, keep a personal profile, or both. Controversy over Facebook’s display of false and misleading news in the recent years have pushed the platform to display less content from “Pages,” or business profiles, on the feed in favor of more

Is Twitter Right for You? In a list of the top most used social media outlets, Twitter doesn’t even rank in the top ten. However, it’s typically recognized and linked to as a premier location of a person’s digital identity because of the versatility of content that people can share. Many of the world’s top