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Over the weekend, we spotted piece Branded Head at it’s home at the new Rubell Family Museum during . We’re thrilled to include his advice for 2020 in our artist-designed fortune cookies! Pick yours…
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Creative Time Dec 7
What does the future hold? As we look toward the next year, we’re forecasting 2020 with some of our favorite artists. Crack open a fortune cookie to see what artists are dreaming about as we enter the next decade.…
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Creative Time Dec 6
When You Argue At Home, Does It Always Get Out of Hand? Last week was International Day to End Violence against Women, a day that still remains critical to the visibility of this global issue. In 1992, we teamed up…
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Creative Time Dec 3
The arts serve a dual purpose: to both challenge and reassure. At Creative Time, we are committed to amplifying the voices of artists who inspire us to do and be better, while helping us envision a more equitable…
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Creative Time Dec 2
Yesterday was and throughout our 40 year history, we are honored to have worked with artists to elevate awareness around the HIV/AIDS crisis. In 1989, in collaboration with iconic artist activist group…
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As we see rising authoritarianism, racism and discrimination, we also concurrently see the blossoming of voices of the most disenfranchised in the field of progressive Arts. Director of Art & Culture Program on resistance thru socially engaged art
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Creative Time Nov 19
In light of , we’re thinking about past Creative Time collaboration with Mielre Laderman Ukeles on her seminal social practice work, Sanitation Celebrations. In 1979, she began Touch Sanitation…
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Creative Time Nov 18
Over the weekend, we came together to speak truth towards a better future while celebrating ten years of the . Thanks to all the thinkers, dreamers and doers from all over the world who addressed some of…
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Creative Time Nov 15
Hi! We love you and can't wait to see you at the theatre (again). You're all invited to join us at the next too!
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Creative Time Nov 15
“How do we move in the dark and signal in the light?" - of at the
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Creative Time Nov 15
"Our stories must be in these systems." - at the
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Creative Time Nov 15
"Slavery was not the product, but the origin of racism." - at the
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Creative Time Nov 15
"Our stories must be in these systems." - at the
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Creative Time Nov 15
"If all one has is the outline of a thing unsaid, does that constitute data worth visualizing?” Kicking off with
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Creative Time Nov 15
It's time. The begins at 10:30AM EST. Watch with the link in our bio.
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Creative Time Nov 13
As we gear up to celebrate a decade of the later this week, we look back at our history of organizing and take stock of how our organization has worked to remove obstructions for attendance. To commemorate…
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Creative Time Nov 12
This is gonna be bone licking good. In many cultural contexts, eating chicken with one’s bare hands is considered a lowbrow act. As a remedy for chicken-to-skin contact, the use of plastic gloves is a widely…
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Creative Time Nov 11
As we reflect on , we think back to It Is What It Is: Conversations About Iraq by Jeremy Deller. In 2009, Sergeant Jonathan Harvey, an American veteran of the Iraq War, Esam Pasha, an Iraqi citizen, Nato…
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Creative Time Nov 7
“I wanted to be a voice in the world, a voice I felt was always missing. Summit speaker Kia LaBejia discusses the importance of making and holding space, healing, and self exploration with  Nina Chanel Abney. Check…
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