About Creative Time

Creative Time presents the most innovative art in the public realm. From our base in New York City, we work with artists who ignite the imagination and explore ideas that shape society. We initiate a dynamic conversation among artists, sites, and audiences, in projects that enliven public spaces with free and powerful expression.

From very visible, large-scale projects like Doug Aitken’s sleepwalkers on MoMA, Art on the Beach, Jenny Holzer’s Xenon Projections on Landmark Buildings, The Dreamland Artist Club in Coney Island, Art in the Anchorage, The 42nd Street Art Project, Tribute in Light, Playing the Building: An Installation by David Byrne, and Light Cycle: Explosion Project for Central Park to the dozens of smaller-scale projects that take place in such public spaces as street corners, subway tunnels, storefronts, bars, billboards, television screens, and cyberspace, our programs provoke and entertain millions of New York City residents and visitors every year.

Creative Time depends on support from individuals like you to keep producing artist dream projects. Learn more about donating to Creative Time here.

About Performa09

Performa09 (November 1-22, 2009) is the third biennial of new visual art performance presented by Performa, a non-profit multidisciplinary arts organization dedicated to exploring the critical role of live performance in the history of twentieth century art and to encouraging new directions in performance for the twenty-first century. performa-arts.org