Discover the views of today’s emerging, experimental Creative Capital artists and friends on abortion rights, environmental justice, innovation in music, artistic collaboration, travel, poetry, and more! Christine Kuan, President & Executive Director of Creative Capital, is this month’s Guest Critic for the section “Wildness In Art” in The Brooklyn Rail, the leading avant-garde cultural journal.


We’re excited that the 2023 Sharjah Biennial, Thinking Historically in the Present, (February 7 – June 11, 2023) will include Creative Capital grantees: Bahar Behbahani (2019), Okwui Okpokwasili (2016), Carolina Caycedo (2015), Theaster Gates (2012), and Michael Rakowitz (2008).


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 May and June 2022.


Dear Artists, Friends, and Supporters, Spring has sprung! This Earth Day, I am excited to highlight some of the projects we are funding related to climate justice and the environment, and to share news on the work we are doing to support our grantees and the arts ecosystem at-large.


The Andy Warhol Arts Writers Grant supports emerging and established writers who are writing about contemporary visual art. Applications are open now through May 18, 2022.


Don’t miss out on applying for the Creative Capital grant! The application for “Wild Futures” closes Friday, April 1, 2022 at 4pm ET!


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 April and May 2022.


We’re excited that the Whitney Biennial 2022, Quiet as It’s Kept (April 6 to September 5, 2022) will include Creative Capital Awardees: Alia Farid (2022), Terence Nance (2021), Sable Elyse Smith (2016), Danielle Dean (2015), Raven Chacon (2012), Rodney McMillian (2005), Tony Cokes (2000), and Ralph Lemon (2000).


Creative Capital spoke to Samora Pinderhughes about the premiere of his Creative Capital Project, The Healing Project—a multidisciplinary music, film, and installation work exploring the daily realities of violence, incarceration, detention, and policing in communities across the US.