Photo by Carlos David.
Photo by Carlos David.
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We are innovating on our approach to artist education by transforming our influential professional development workshops into a cohesive and current online curriculum. The Creative Capital Curriculum combines evergreen elements of artist professional development with contemporary critical frameworks in cultural discourse to create cohesive, multi-week asynchronous courses. Artists in the United States and around the world can take courses at their own pace with free and low cost options. Beginning Winter 2022/2023, we will begin to pilot the first modules of this curriculum to make them available to the broader arts community.
Representing Your Work Participating artists will learn practical, concrete techniques for writing about, speaking about, and otherwise representing their practice across a variety of professional contexts, including grant applications, artist talks, and social media. Additionally, participants will consider the concepts and many ways artists deal in representation to make meaning, exploring the ways questions of representation are central to both art and politics. The course offers skills applicable to artists working in all disciplines, including visual arts, social practice, moving image, performing arts, technology, and literature. Registration opens Winter 2022/2023
Enhance your learning experience through the Artist Lab, a year-round series of live online info session-styled conversations. Tune in from anywhere in the world to hear Creative Capital artists and guests discuss topics related to the Curriculum, as well as current developments in the cultural sphere.
Check back here for the Artist Lab schedule.
In this time of upheaval and unprecedented challenge, artists are adapting to cope with the pandemic and economic shutdown. Our archived series of free online conversations shares resources and expertise for sustainable practices, assisting communities, and more.
Applying for funding can be an opaque process, and artists are often left in the dark about what makes the best application. We have compiled some articles that will help you present yourself in the best possible light to panel reviewers and granting foundations.
From taxes to funding to budgets, an artist’s finances are often complex and multilayered. Creative Capital helps artists consider all aspects of project funding and financial preparedness across all creative disciplines.
Career documentation and archiving are essential components of an artist’s life, practice, and legacy. These resources offer practical and multidisciplinary guidance, tips, and additional resources on how to document and archive your work.
These resources provide artists with a comprehensive understanding of how to use the web to effectively communicate about their practice, exhibitions, and events, whether through email communications or social media.
These resources are from Taller, a Creative Capital program tailored to address the challenges faced by Latinx artists working in multiple cultural and linguistic contexts in New York City, while fostering a supportive peer community of artists advocating for themselves and each other.