• Art in a Time of Civic Failure:
    Anna Deavere Smith and Tom Healy

    November 20, 2013 - 

    What happens when words fail us? In a wide-ranging conversation exploring the relationship between language, identity and politics, renowned actress/playwright Anna Deavere Smith and poet Tom Healy consider the civic role of art.  More
  • Dealing with Authority When You Have No Authority: A Brush with Stop-and-Frisk

    November 18, 2013 - 

    Composer and sound artist Matana Roberts shares her brush with the New York police tactic known as “stop-and-frisk,” which civil rights advocates have denounced as a form of racial profiling.  More
  • Rick Lowe: Project Row Houses at 20

    October 7, 2013 - 

    As Houston’s Project Row Houses turns 20, founder Rick Lowe reflects on the history of the project and how it evolved in response to concerns from the community it serves. Lowe distinguishes his project from social housing developments undertaken on a large scale, emphasizing its collaborative framework.  More
  • Toñita’s: The Brooklyn Club That Keeps Puerto Rico Kicking in Williamsburg

    September 16, 2013 - 

    As part of our 2013 Summit Series, filmmakers Beyza Boyacioglu and Sebastian Diaz document the vibrant, communal spirit of the last remaining Puerto Rican social club in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn—a neighborhood known as “Los Sures” until it lost its Latino character.  More
  • Imagine What It Was Like To Be Me

    August 5, 2013 - 

    In the wake of George Zimmerman’s acquittal, which has intensified conversations about racial profiling and systemic discrimination, pioneering conceptual artist Adrian Piper presents a faded black-and-white image of Trayvon Martin peering through crosshairs.  More
  • PR

    Editor’s Letter

    Five years after Creative Time Reports’ inception, the project is coming to a close. Editor Marisa Mazria Katz reflects on some of the most moving pieces that solidified CTR as a unique platform that elevates artists’ voices.


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