Creative Capital is pleased to announce “Wild Futures: Art, Culture, Impact”—our next grant cycle in 2023/2024. Over a two-year period, the Creative Capital Awards will provide up to $5 million in grants to help realize 100 artists’ projects with awards of up to $50,000 with additional advisory services per project.


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 October and November, 2021.


Ry Russo-Young spoke about her Creative Capital Project, Nuclear Family, a three-part documentary series on HBO and HBO Max. The series follows Ry as she turns the camera on her own past to explore the meaning of family.


Laura Parnes speaks about her Creative Capital Project Tour Without End, a film installation that captures musicians and artists in artist-run spaces and venues (some now defunct) in a moment in time.


Instagram can be a powerful tool for building a loyal digital following to promote your artistic practice. We wrote these best practices to using Instagram to share information about your events, your work, and your identity as an artist.


This fall Creative Capital is launching a new series of workshops on career documentation and archiving for artists, with a specific focus on Black artists. These workshops address the challenges artists face around preservation and legacy-making, particularly in the wake of larger systemic and historical erasures. In advance of this series, we interviewed our workshop leaders, who shared some helpful advice.


While there are many ways to connect with a fan base these days, email—a service that is decades old—is the most direct way to get information in front of an engaged digital network. In this article, we will review some best practices for building your email contacts, sending out regular emails, and keeping people in your network informed and interested in your career.


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


Erin Cosgrove spoke about her new animation film, The Living Book, full of dark satire coupled and a dizzying array of influences.