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.


The application for Creative Capital’s 2023/2024 grant cycle “Wild Futures: Art, Culture, Impact” is open through April 1, 2022, 4:00pm ET.


Creative Capital spoke to Daresha Kyi about the premiere of her Creative Capital project, Mama Bears—her film exploring how the lives of conservative, Christian mothers are transformed when they decide to accept their LGBTQ children.


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 2022.


In pioneering art experiments with smell—scents that evoke memories and emotions—acclaimed artist Josely Carvalho creates unusual fragrances such as Affection, Absence, Illusion, Pleasure, Emptiness, and Persistence. In partnership with her lab in Brazil, Carvalho will create four custom scents to be captured in a set of crayons. And she invites your ideas!


Creative Capital spoke to Polly Apfelbaum about her first all-ceramics show, being an artist during the pandemic, and how the concept of home ties into her work.


Simone Leigh will be the first Black woman to represent the United States at the US Pavilion. For the exhibition, Leigh is producing a new series of bronze and ceramic sculptures entitled, Grittin’, highlighting the labor and resilience of Black women across global histories. The international exhibition will elevate the work of women and gender-nonconforming