Carleton College will convert old middle school to specialized space

June 12, 2007
The Collaboratory will promote creative collaboration.

Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., is planning to convert a former Northfield middle school into a facility geared toward creative collaboration––known informally as the Collaboratory. The facility will house programs and services that engage students in visual and narrative learning. The curricular core of the Collaboratory would be the academic departments of studio art, art history, cinema & media studies, theater & dance, and English. The architect is Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle

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