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  • A Note from Our Executive Director: Building a Better Tomorrow

    July 2, 2018

    Dear Creative Time Family,

    For many years I have admired the work of Creative Time. Its commitment to presenting the most ambitious projects by artists who speak as much to our sociopolitical reality as to our hopes and dreams serves a unique role within the creative landscape. Projects like Kara Walker’s A Subtlety, Paul Chan’s Waiting for Godot in New Orleans, and Pedro Reyes’s Doomocracy, to name a few, have had a profound personal effect on me. Each has offered a new and unexpected artistic vision that challenges and inspires. These projects compel the public to contend with our fraught history as a nation and our potential to do and be better.

  • Bring Down The Walls has arrived. Download the album today on Bandcamp.

    May 1, 2018

    Creative Time’s first musical release hits (digital) shelves today: Bring Down The Walls, a benefit pay-what-you-wish compilation featuring covers of the most enduring house hits, is available now on Bandcamp. Proceeds from the album go directly to Critical Resistance, a grassroots organization building an international movement to end the prison industrial complex. Each track is […]

  • Announcing Our Next Executive Director, Justine Ludwig

    March 29, 2018

    We are pleased to announce the appointment of Justine Ludwig as Creative Time’s next Executive Director. Ludwig comes to Creative Time from Dallas Contemporary, where she serves as Deputy Director and Chief Curator. There she has overseen numerous exhibitions, including by artists Pia Camil, Pedro Reyes, and Paola Pivi; has committed to an expanded diversity […]

  • Lara Almarcegui, Isabel Lewis, and Recetas Urbanas to Collaborate on Public Project for Basel’s Messeplatz

    March 19, 2018

    Conceived by artists Lara Almarcegui, Isabel Lewis, and Santiago Cirugeda-led architecture studio Recetas Urbanas, Basilea encourages reflection on a city’s possibilities through a series of immersive projects connecting the City of Basel, its residents, and the over 90,000 fairgoers who attend the Basel fair annually. A Creative Time project commissioned by Art Basel, Basilea will […]

  • Creative Time and The Fortune Society Announce Bring Down The Walls

    March 2, 2018

    This May, Creative Time, The Fortune Society, artist Phil Collins and over 100 collaborators take over Firehouse, Engine Company 31, to present Bring Down The Walls, a three-part public art project. Free and open to the public, Bring Down The Walls is a school by day, club by night, an album, and a series of […]


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