Creative Time


  • Moving Chains Will Hibernate for Winter, Starting December 19, 2022, Reopening to the Public Spring 2023

    December 16, 2022

    Creative Time, Governors Island Arts, and Times Square Arts announce the planned seasonal pause of Charles Gaines’s Moving Chains, starting December 19, 2022. The monumental sculpture will reopen on a to-be-announced date, depending on weather conditions, in Spring 2023 and will be on view through early Summer 2023, before traveling to Cincinnati, Ohio for the […]

  • Announcing the 2023 Creative Time Open Call Artists

    July 28, 2022

    Creative Time announces Kite and Alisha Wormsley as the artists selected from the 2022 Open Call invitation. The biennial commission, awarded to artists who have yet to realize a major public artwork, was opened beyond the New York tri-state area for the first time this year to artists or artist collectives residing in all 50 […]

  • Creative Time’s First Think Tank Now Public

    March 3, 2022

    For the past year, the Think Tank has served as an incubator and forum for reframing conversations and decision making processes, premised on an understanding of arts and cultural spaces as necessary points of intervention toward wider societal transformation. Working amidst a groundswell of demands for change in response to the ongoing pandemic and uprising […]

  • New Red Order, Cover the Earth

    Creative Time Receives $100,000 Multi-Year Award from The Andy Warhol Foundation

    January 13, 2022

    Creative Time is honored to receive a $100,000, Multi-Year Award from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Together with a grant from The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, the award will fund Give it Back by New Red Order (NRO), the Indigenous-led collective’s first large-scale public artwork. Slated to open in 2023, the […]

  • A public platform awaits you with ‘Red Stage’ by Rashid Johnson

    May 12, 2021

    Creative Time is pleased to present artist Rashid Johnson’s Red Stage, a participatory steel sculpture that celebrates the vibrancy and creativity found in New York’s public spaces as the city awakens from the COVID-19 pandemic. Red Stage is an open invitation and access point for artists, makers, and passersby to reclaim space through performance and […]

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