Connect with Creative Time Reports
Creative Time Reports uses social media tools to connect our audiences to what artists are thinking. We use each of these tools in distinct ways. This page outlines what you can expect to find when you follow, friend and like us on these different platforms.
Twitter – @ArtistsReport
Creative Time Reports uses Twitter to keep followers updated about current events and as a way to interact. We value Twitter as a medium of public conversation and use it that way. Ask us questions, tweet feedback to us, or just tune in for real-time news and details about current and upcoming reports from artists.
Creative Time Reports uses Tumblr to share the latest features on creativetimereports.org, and also uses favorites and reblogs to highlight Tumblr posts by artists regarding the pressing issues of our times. Even if you don’t have a Tumblr account, you can see our latest posts by going to http://creativetimereports.tumblr.com.
Creative Time Reports uses Facebook to post news about our programming and share great posts about current events from around the world. Our Facebook page is the primary place, after creativetimereports.org, to weigh in with longer comments and observations on what we post, but also for you to post articles and content you want to share with our audience. See our posting policy here.
Comments on Articles
Creative Time Reports will only reach its highest potential with online input from our community. Want to play devil’s advocate or agree to disagree? Share your thoughts via comments on articles—we want to hear from you!
On this page you will find Twitter handles, other social media URLs and contact information for our contributors. Our reports are interactive. Have a question? Don’t be afraid to spark up a conversation.
Do you have a burning question you want to address? A story you need to tell? Whether your medium is text, recorded voice, images, video, or a format we haven’t imagined, we want to hear from you!
To submit a proposal for Creative Time Reports, please email us with a short (500 words maximum, 3mb maximum attachment) description. Be sure to include any relevant links as well as your biographical information. Filmmakers, poets, playwrights, writers and artists of all stripes—we welcome your ideas! Creative Time pays a modest honorarium to artists whose content is published on CTR.
Become an intern for Creative Time Reports! Got editing chops? Web design skills? WordPress Multisite mastery? Share your energy, skills, and passion while gaining invaluable experience in a fast-paced and innovative environment. Interested? Visit www.creativetime.org/about/internships.
Creative Time Reports is a platform for artists to voice nuanced perspectives and provocative commentary on issues too often overlooked by mainstream media, facilitating conversations about important ideas that are left outside the scope of debate. We need your help to sustain and grow this groundbreaking project. Your tax-deductible gift enables us to bring artists’ distinctive viewpoints into discussions about the world’s most urgent social challenges.
To support Creative Time Reports, donate online now, or contact Alyssa Nitchun, Director of Development, at (212) 206-6674 x212 or email@example.com.
Visionary work is only truly possible with the support of visionary funders. Creative Time is deeply grateful to our supporters for believing in Creative Time Reports and the transformative power of art to raise consciousness, expose injustices and shape a more just world.
Founding support for Creative Time Reports was provided by The Rockefeller Foundation’s NYC Cultural Innovation Fund. Additional funding was contributed by Bloomberg Philanthropies, Ford Foundation and Lambent Foundation, as well as Creative Time’s generous trustees and individual donors. We also gratefully acknowledge public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. In-kind support was provided by Kirkland & Ellis LLP.