Great news! I’ve been selected as a 2015 Creative Capital awardee in the Moving Image and Visual Arts cycle. I’m so very honored and excited to be receiving the support and network that comes with this foundation. This is associated with a project proposal that I made, an interactive installation titled “Vigil.”
From the Creative Capital news release:
Creative Capital is pleased to announce its 2015 awardees in the categories of Moving Image and Visual Arts, representing a total of 46 funded projects selected from a nationwide pool of more than 3,700 proposals. Drawing on venture-capital principles, Creative Capital seeks out artists’ projects that are bold, innovative and genre-stretching, then surrounds those artists with the tools they need to realize their visions and build sustainable careers.
The 2015 Creative Capital Artists are an incredible group of creative thinkers, representing 50 artists at all stages of their careers with an age range of 28 to 80 years old. They hail from 13 states plus Puerto Rico and Canada; more than half are women, and more than half identify as non-European American.
Please visit the Creative Capital link to read about my project’s description and goals.