The Value of Diverse Perspectives

Developing a creative mindset to embrace diversity of thought and perspective as paths to success.

For the People: The Artwork of Stephen L. Hayes Jr.

From artist to creator, Stephen L. Hayes Jr. aspires for more with the art he creates.

Exploring Materials in Jewelry Art with Katherine Allen, Eliana Arenas, and Pam Wittfeld

A Q+A with Katherine Allen, Eliana Arenas, and Pam Wittfeld—McColl Center Alumni Artists whose art residencies focused on objects of adornment.

Creative Thinking in Business + Arts Partnerships

When arts and businesses partner through the Innovation Institute’s creative thinking programs, everyone profits.

Deborah Aschheim: The Mutability of Memory

2007 Artist-in-Residence Deborah Aschheim explores how something as unreliable as memory can be so irrevocably tied to one’s identity.

Lucerne to Chicago to Charlotte: The Jazz of Christoph Erb, Jim Baker, and Frank Rosaly

The acoustic beauty and electronic experimentation of jazz trio Christoph Erb, Jim Baker, and Frank Rosaly.

Creative Thinking in the Workplace

Creativity is absolutely crucial in the workplace. The Innovation Institute can help you cultivate that creativity to boost productivity, innovation, and the bottom line.

This Is Changing My Brain: John W. Love, Jr. in Alaska

Here’s a view into Love’s creative process: he’s struck by something poignant, and then that poignant thing beautifully haunts him.

Sightlines, Incidents, and Echoes: Q+A with Erik Waterkotte

2015 Alumnus Affiliate Artist Erik Waterkotte examines the architectural imprints of McColl Center in his exhibition, Sightlines, Incidents, and Echoes.

Simulacra: Full Circle with Anne Lemanski

2015 Alumna Artist-in-Residence Anne Lemanski returns to McColl Center for Art + Innovation for her breakthrough exhibition, Simulacra.