Unstoppable Voters 2021

Our Unstoppable Voters project is fighting anti-voter efforts through creativity, joy, humor, and innovation. Applications for project funding and support open Friday, June 11! More info coming soon. We support and fund wild, experimental, funny and joyful projects and help make them more impactful through training, research and community building. We held an information session …

Big Win for Vaccine Access!

This week pharmaceutical corporations lost out to Care Bears and the power of creative activism. On Wednesday May 5, we saw our past year of creative organizing around equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines pay off in a big way. As you know, the Center for Artistic Activism been working alongside the access to medicines movement …

SuperCorsa: How To Make High Performance Artistic Activism

A special course in March & April 2021, sponsored by Voqal. SuperCorsa (formerly known as the Master Class in Artistic Activism) will be an online course taught by the experts at Center for Artistic Activism. It is free to you, thanks to Voqal’s sponsorship. The SuperCorsa will take place over four 2-hour sessions in March …

Fighting Corruption Creatively

The Center for Artistic Activism is working with Open Society Foundations on Regional Creative Hubs: a multi-year project that is changing anti-corruption activism in some of the most impacted regions in the world. We are working with over 50 artists, activists and investigative journalists in West Africa and Western Balkans to combat corruption using creativity. …

Unstoppable Voters Projects

This is the roundup of the artistic activism projects we supported aimed at celebrating voting rights and countering voter suppression in the 2020 U.S. election. 16 States Over 60 events videos, songs, images, cheers, flags, buttons, posters, dances, etc. 1000+ ARTISTS USE THEIR TALENTS TO MAKE VOTING IRRESISTIBLE Unstoppable Voter Projects Throughout the Country Will …

London Carnival to Free the Vaccine For COVID-19

Free the Vaccine participants and others staged a carnival in London to bring attention to the need for an affordable “People’s Vaccine” for COVID-19. Pink-headed coronavirus figures were protected by patents from the syringe-wielding vaccinators. The fantastic costumes and storytelling shone bright against a dreary London day, and news outlets from the Telegraph to the …

We’re looking for an in-house Printmaker

We are issuing an open call for an In-House Printer for a limited time in Fall 2020. The In-House Printer will be invited to be in residence at the Eureka! House in Kingston NY, to help produce materials for the Free the Vaccine for COVID-19 campaign, and support get-out-the-vote efforts, with time to create their …

How can we measure the impact of art and creativity?

Imagine you want to help young people in West Africa use their creative skills to engage their peers in political dialogue about gender violence. Or you want to train artists and scientists to collaborate on truly innovative and creative ways to teach people about pressing science issues like climate change. Or you want to create …

Webinar #18: How Do We Know If It Works? Part 1

This is one of our most popular webinars. We’re sorry if you missed it happening live, but you can check out the video, which is 97.587% as great. Sign up for future webinars to get in on the live action. In this webinar, Steve and Steve talked with the fantastic scholar/activist Jan Cohen-Cruz and A …