Grantees of this year’s “Wild Futures: Art, Culture, Impact” award, announced today, will each receive $50,000 in unrestricted funds.
The money gave me the chance to prioritize my writing — something that I wish didn’t feel like a privilege but does — and it gave me the encouragement I needed to keep going.
The Black Schoolhouse and a comedic film by Suha Araj are among the 35 projects receiving $50,000 grants.
Evan Roth is increasingly interested in exploring the physical infrastructure of the internet. His latest project brings his research into your bedroom.
A new online archive revisits George Legrady’s 1973 photography project about the Cree communities of James Bay, Quebec.
When I walked into the Greene Space for Creative Capital’s first Creative Conversations event — focused on artists who make work about criminal justice and the prison system — I felt a little skeptical.
A project by artist Carlos Motta to interview and document the work of transgender and intersex activists recently went public, in the form of an online archive.
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts (renovation in progress). (Photo by the author for Hyperallergic) WILLIAMSTOWN, MA — After a while it felt like a barrage: a darkly rendered animation set in a psychiatrist’s office and a gigantic space station; a Chinese labor camp investigation enacted by singing puppets; a film featuring […]