Creative Capital Foundation

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Creative Capital Foundation
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65 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012
(212) 598-9900

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Congrats to CC Awardee Theaster Gates who won the Nasher Prize for Sculpture. Well deserved! ow.ly/pnE130fixp4


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Check out our new apply site, with info on our Award application, opening Feb 2018 to artists of all disciplines! apply.creative-capital.org

We just launched a new information site dedicated to the Creative Capital Award application that will open on February 1, 2018! For the first time in our history, artists of any discipline will be able to apply in the same year. Check it out and share! https://apply.creative-capital.org

Creative Capital updated their cover photo.
Be sure to stop by and see what some of the Creative Capital awardees are up to in the next few weeks... Cassils presented their Creative Capital Project. The opening was last Saturday, but you can still catch MONUMENTAL at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts until October 28th. Details: http://bit.ly/1ToTCjJ Tahir Hemphill also presented his Creative Capital project this month! MAPPER'S DELIGHT is on view California College of the Arts until October 21st. Details: http://bit.ly/2xTIx5Y 2008 Awardee in Visual Arts, Sanford Biggers presents SELAH at Marianne Boesky Gallery. Biggers’ first solo exhibition with the gallery is on view until October 21st. Details: http://bit.ly/2xUT9S2 Miriam Simun Presents A WET CHEMICAL TRACE at Helena Anrather. The exhibition is on view until October 15th. Details: http://bit.ly/2ferTma That's only a snapshot of where and when you can see our Awardee's in action! For more Creative Capital Awardee performances and exhibitions, visit: http://www.creative-capital.org/events/granteecalendar

We just launched a new information site dedicated to the Creative Capital Award application that will open on February 1, 2018! For the first time in our history, artists of any discipline will be able to apply in the same year. Check it out and share!
Creative Capital is an impact-driven arts organization that supports adventurous artists across the country through funding, counsel and career development services.

Artists like Patty Chang have extraordinary abilities for connecting themes across time and space. Her Creative Capital project, THE WANDERING LAKE (which features performance, video, installation, sculpture, and even a a book) premieres at Queens Museum as part of the exhibition "Patty Chang: The Wandering Lake 2009-2017" on display now through February 18, 2018. She will also read from the accompanying book at MoMA PS1 Saturday, Sep 23, at 4pm at #NYABF. We spoke to Patty about the project.
Artists like Patty Chang have extraordinary abilities for connecting themes across time and space. Her Creative Capital project, The Wandering Lake (which features performance, video, installation, sculpture, and even a a book) premieres at Queens Museum as part of the exhibition Patty Chang: The Wa...

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