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Date: Jan 11, 2008 1:55 PM
Subject: Creative Capital announces 2008 Film/Video and Visual Artists
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January 11, 2008

Creative Capital

 Creative Capital announces 2008
 Film/Video and Visual Artists

 Creative Capital
 65 Bleecker Street, 7th Floor
 New York, NY 10012


 Kenseth Armstead
 Anita Chang
 Erin Cosgrove
 Marshall Curry and Sam Cullman
 Rodney Evans
 Lynn Hershman Leeson
 Tia Lessin and Carl Deal
 Brad Lichtenstein and Vernon Reid
 Billy Luther
 Tara Mateik
 Catherine Mazza
 Leighton Pierce
 Laura Poitras
 Anayansi Prado
 Jay Rosenblatt
 David Russo
 Luke Savisky
 Cauleen Smith
 Daniel Sousa
 Banker White and Zach Niles
 Julie Wyman

 Sanford Biggers
 Susan Brandt and Kristine Woods
 Zac Culler, Ben Beres and John Sutton
 Kianga Ford
 Joseph Grigely
 Wayne Hodge
 Jennie C. Jones
 Kalup Linzy
 Naeem Mohaiemen
 Matthew Moore
 Otabenga Jones & Associates:
 Robert A. Pruitt, D. Jabari Anderson and Kenya Evans
 Michael Rakowitz and Emna Zghal
 Angela Reginato
 Lili Smith
 Eve Sussman
 Mark Tribe
 Lauren Woods
 Mario Ybarra, Jr.
 Bruce Yonemoto and Juli Carson

 These forty-one projects representing fifty-two artists have each
received initial awards of 10,000 dollars. As the projects develop,
Creative Capital offers additional funds; projects may receive as much
as 50,000 dollars each through the tenure of the multi-year grant.

 Creative Capital artists also may participate in the organization's
distinctive Artist Services Program valued at 25,000 dollars per
artist. This program offers artists skills-building assistance in
areas such as fundraising, networking, marketing, and strategic
planning with the goal of advancing both their projects and their

 In all, more than 2.5 million dollars has been committed to this new
class of Creative Capital artists.

 Since its founding in 1999, Creative Capital has committed more than
12 million dollars in financial support and services to 283 projects
representing 350 artists. A complete list of grantees, profiles of
funded projects, and up-to-date grant cycle information can be found
online at the foundation's website at http://www.creative-capital.org

 Upcoming Grants

 This upcoming year, Creative Capital will support projects in
emerging fields, innovative literature and the performing arts.
Applications are accepted online at http://www.creative-capital.org
from February 4 through March 4, 2008.

 Emerging Fields: Architecture | Bio Art | Design | Gaming | New Media
Art | Sound Art
 Innovative Literature: Fiction | Non-fiction | Poetry | Prose
 Performing: Dance | Music | Performance Art | Puppetry | Spoken Word | Theater

 53 Ludlow street
 New York, NY 10002, USA

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