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  • Creative Time and Paper Chase Press publish Artists on the News – Reflecting five years of inquisitive journalism from Creative Time Reports

    September 17, 2019

    We are thrilled to introduce our newest publication, Artists on the News: Selections from Creative Time Reports from 2012-2017. This limited edition book is published with Paper Chase Press and edited by Creative Time Reports Founding Editor, Marisa Mazria Katz. Copies will be available at the Printed Matter Art Book Fair from Thursday September 19 […]

  • It’s Here! The Privilege of Escape, Our Inaugural Open Call Project by Risa Puno Opens

    July 18, 2019

    Creative Time is excited to present The Privilege of Escape, Risa Puno’s largest and most ambitious installation to date. The public art project will be on view at Onassis USA in New York City from July 18 – August 11, 2019. Referencing escape rooms—immersive environments where groups solve a series of hands-on puzzles against the […]

  • Announcing Creative Time Summit’s 10 Year Anniversary With Four Major Events Throughout New York in 2019

    April 24, 2019

    Creative Time is pleased to announce the programming for Creative Time Summit’s 10 year anniversary. Throughout the year, the public will be invited to engage with truth as an overarching theme through a series of moderated discussions, a weekend long convening, and the release of the organization’s latest publication. As fierce debates about the nature […]

  • Announcing Creative Time’s First Open Call Artist Risa Puno

    March 14, 2019

    Creative Time is pleased to announce that New York-based artist Risa Puno has been selected for the organization’s first open call. The public art project will take the form of an escape room game, Puno will use the activity’s format of puzzles and riddles to examine issues of social dynamics. An increasingly popular pastime in […]

  • Creative Time Open Call

    January 2, 2019

    This winter, Creative Time is inviting artists to submit proposals for a public artwork. The call is open to New York City-based, practicing artists at a critical career juncture, who have not yet received a public commission or substantial support from a major cultural institution. We are most interested in ideas that take unconventional exhibition […]


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