The 2020 Creative Capital Award Application is Open

The 2020 Creative Capital Award Application is Open

This Deadline Expired: Thursday, February 28, 2019

The application for the 2020 Creative Capital Award is now open through February 28 at 2pm ET. Artists in all disciplines may apply in this round, and the application is free for all. Select artists will be invited to move forward to two more rounds. Creative Capital encourages you to finish your application as soon as possible—don’t leave it to the last minute!

Artists who receive the 2020 Creative Capital Award will have access to up to $50,000 in funding to develop their project, plus advisory services valued at $50,000, for a total value of $100,000. They are interested in projects that push the boundaries, as well as artists who are ready to take full advantage of their non-monetary services. Generally, that means that the projects will premiere at least a year and a half after the announcement of the Creative Capital Awards. Read more about the Creative Capital Award.

After the open application period closes at the end of February 2019, we will invite evaluators from all over the country to review the applications we received. We ask evaluators to review projects based on the originality of the proposed idea, the artist’s capacity to make the work, the timeliness of the project, and the artist’s readiness to make use of Creative Capital’s career development services.

In the final stage of the application, we administer an in-person panel review of projects that made it to the third round. We asked some of the panelists that just completed that process for the 2019 Creative Capital Award cycle for some tips about what makes a great application.

Find out more information here, and access the application here

 

Gina Michaels

Gina Michaels explores the structural and emotional relationship between humans and plants.…

Gina Michaels explores the structural and emotional relationship between humans and plants.…

Gina Michaels explores the structural and emotional relationship between humans and plants.…

Marjorie Grigonis

Marjorie Grigonis is a painter who has spent 15 years as an art teacher, a professor at several colleges and universities.…

Marjorie Grigonis is a painter who has spent 15 years as an art teacher, a professor at several colleges and universities. Currently she works in her studio in Philadelphia, where she belongs to the 3rd…

Marjorie Grigonis is a painter who has spent 15 years as an art teacher, a professor at several colleges and universities. Currently she works in her studio in Philadelphia, where she belongs to the 3rd Street Gallery, a…

Sarah Zwerling

Sarah Zwerling is a digital collage, animation and video installation artist. In addition to exhibition projects, Sarah has…

Sarah Zwerling is a digital collage, animation and video installation artist. In addition to exhibition projects, Sarah has completed site-specific commissions, including a large installation on view at…

Sarah Zwerling is a digital collage, animation and video installation artist. In addition to exhibition projects, Sarah has completed site-specific commissions, including a large installation on view at the Philadelphia International…

Arlene Love
Jennifer Johnson

My artwork talks quietly about the underlying significance of the domestic sphere on artist production. It argues for the…

My artwork talks quietly about the underlying significance of the domestic sphere on artist production. It argues for the relevance of craft, specifically ceramics and fiber arts, by creating a conversation…

My artwork talks quietly about the underlying significance of the domestic sphere on artist production. It argues for the relevance of craft, specifically ceramics and fiber arts, by creating a conversation between the two…

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