In times of crisis and uncertainty like these, we look to artists to guide us. Yet, artists are among the most affected in times like this, and we must redouble our efforts to support them.


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 through April, 2020.


As the world remains isolated indoors due to the outbreak of COVID-19, Shana Moulton and Nick Hallett have made their Creative Capital Project, Whispering Pines 10, viewable for free. We speak to the artists to hear more about their digital soap opera.


Yara Travieso and Brighid Greene have a lot of experience working with different livestreaming platforms. We hear from them about what to consider when choosing a platform.


As COVID-19 spreads through the country, more and more cities are going into lockdown, closing off arts venues and events and in turn, cancelling artists’ and arts workers’ means to produce an income. Here’s what you can do to help.


We spoke to Ben Kerr to get a better understanding of Art Law for Artists, an online workshop to help artists be informed about contracts, negotiation, business formation, and intellectual property.


We compiled a list of events that have moved online due to COVID-19, in an effort to support artists, arts professionals, and cultural organizations.


s COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States, we have created a list of resources for artists working in all disciplines, as well as arts philanthropists, and arts professionals.


We speak to Jessica Anthony about her Creative Capital Project—a new novel called Enter the Aardvark published by Little, Brown, & Company. The novel centers around a taxidermied aardvark delivered mysteriously to Alexander Paine Wilson, a representative from Virginia, eventually leading to his downfall.


Julia Christensen has been thinking our obsession with upgrade culture and the continuing obsolescence of digital media. The project has become a series of artworks all stemming from Christensen’s Creative Capital Project, Upgrade Available. We spoke to Christensen about the work.