The Certain Absurdities of Prison Zoo

How Dr. Seuss influenced our current exhibition, Prison Zoo.

Bugs On The Radio

“It’s kind of like those old bug zappers but in reverse.”

Art, food, well-being, and community! Viva La Cook!

Winter 2015 Artist-in-Residence Robert Karimi’s community engagement was off the charts and we have the video to prove it.

Competition + Collaboration from the Innovation Institute and Carolina Panthers

The Innovation Institute runs with the big cats, the Carolina Panthers, on competition, collaboration, and team building.

Criminal Behavior + Art

An interview with Alumni Artist-in-Residence Alix Lambert on Prison Zoo, her 2015 exhibition at McColl Center for Art + Innovation.

Love Motels for Insects

McColl Center Environmental Artist-in-Residence Brandon Ballengée’s contemporary art sculptures will make you fall in love with bugs.

Innovative Thinking from Ingersoll Rand

Insights from a team building experience focused on creative development and innovative thinking here at McColl Center.

Using the creative process to break down stereotypes

McColl Center Alumni Artist Bayeté Ross Smith uses his creative process to challenge the way we see and interact with each other.

The Decades-Old Link Between Linoleum and Hair

Alumni Artist Anne Lemanski talks about her piece A Century of Hair, 1900-1990 in American Craft magazine.

Monster Building Makes You More Creative + Innovative

This is what happens when a group of adults unleash their creativity and build monsters.