Creative Campus Initiative
The Creative Campus Initiative builds the capacity of Faculty, Staff, and Students to harness their creativity and disciplinary knowledge to solve problems and advance innovation for the public good. more
Reimagine Higher Education
We believe a 21st century education requires building creative capacity to solve problems and advance innovation for the public good--in addition to providing disciplinary training.
Build Creative Capacity
Through our Curb Scholars program, academic innovations, and campus-wide programs, we foster the capacity of faculty, staff, and students to invent and imagine, co-create across disciplines, compellingly express their ideas and stories, and implement novel solutions and innovations.
Develop a Community of Creative Scholars
The Curb Scholars Program is the first Scholarship in the country focused on creative practice and innovation. We develop students who can ask provocative questions, manage ambiguity, take risks, experiment, and lead innovation for the public good.
Foster Academic Innovation
We foster curricular innovations that can augment any major on campus--integrating media, design, creative problem solving, and creative expression with rigorous disciplinary training and liberal arts education. more
Our campus-wide programs and pilots provoke unexpected conversations, collaborations, and campus experiences.
Who We Are
The Curb Center is a national policy center committed to research and teaching that challenges leaders to rethink the place of art and creativity in our world. The Center also is home to the largest collection of artist Allen “Big Al” Carter’s collection. See images and read more here.
Frist Center Internship
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is seeking creative and motivated interns for the 2014 fall semester. Students will not only get a rare glimpse inside the operations of a dynamic & successful non-profit arts organization, they will work alongside museum professionals through thoughtful research and meaningful projects. Read more