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The Creative Research Center
Montclair State University
College of the Arts
Life Hall 229-C
Montclair, New Jersey 07042

Neil Baldwin, Director
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This is an expanding resource-network of institutions, organizations, collectives, initiatives, interest-groups, centers, and consortia – within as well as outside the Academy -- embodying vibrant missions in common with The Creative Research Center.

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  • AAAARG [“a platform for the distribution of critical discourse outside of an institutional framework”]
  • The Adobe Museum of Digital Media.
  • Agency of Unrealized Projects. [“...perhaps there is another form of artistic agency in the partial expression, the incomplete idea, the projection of a mere intention? The Agency of Unrealized Projects (AUP) seeks to document and display these works, in this way charting the terrain of a contingent future.”]
  • AIL. Artists in Labs [“a program devoted to the processes, participation and shared experiences between the Arts and the Sciences…a collaboration between the Zurich University of the Arts and the Federal Office for Culture…”]
  • Art & Education.
  • Arts Education Partnership [“information and communication about current and emerging arts education policies, issues and activities at the national, state and local levels”]
  • The Art of Science Learning [“…explores ways in which the arts can help improve how people of all ages learn the sciences. Hands-on, imaginative approaches to science education, using many of the methods used in the creative arts, have been shown to attract and retain young people in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (sometimes known as the STEM disciplines.”]
  • Arts Plan New Jersey
  • Art & Science Collaborations, Inc: Service to the Art-Sci Community Since 1988.
  • Art21.
  • Arts Journal: The Daily Digest of Arts, Culture and Ideas("issues/dance/ideas/media/music/people/publishing/theatre/visual")
  • Arts and Humanities in Higher Education. [Marshall Gregory, US Editor]
  • Ask Chuleta. [Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz]
  • ASRL. Art Science Research Laboratory. [“A Place for Interdisciplinary Studies”]
  • Association for Integrative Studies. [“to promote the interchange of ideas among scholars and administrators in all of the arts and sciences on intellectual and organizational issues related to furthering integrative studies.”]
  • The Atavist [“a tiny curio of a business that looks for new ways to present long-form content for the digital age…”]
  • The British Library. Creative Research. [“See how artists and writers have engaged with the collection in imaginative and creative ways.”]
  • The California College of the Arts, San Francisco and Oakland. "The Future of Culture." Offerings in visual and critical studies.





  • Educause - Advancing higher education by promoting the use of information technology
  • e-flux journal Archive 11/2008 to the present
  • Estuaire [“Le paysage, l’art et le fleuve; the landscape, art and the river”]
  • The Exhibitionist 4: La Critique [“a forum for sustained and multiple responses to current curatorial debates”]



  • Gigantic – a magazine of short prose and art
  • Goddard College MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts [“a self-directed learning community that fosters a climate of ethical, life-long, creative inquiry”]
  • Governing Magazine Billionaires in the Classroom [“Bill Gates and other philanthropists are reshaping public education policy with private cash. Can they succeed at making schools perform to their liking?”]
  • Grapes of Wrath at MSU An ongoing blog by production dramaturg Kristen Hariton, Montclair State University Senior BA Theatre Studies Major.
  • The Gymnasium [“a new initiative centered on interdisciplinary work between artists and others from any number of non-art disciplines.”]


  • HASTAC. “A consortium of humanists, artists, social scientists, scientists, and engineers committed to new forms of collaboration across communities and disciplines fostered by creative uses of technology.”
  • Hennessy Youngman.[Jayson Musson]