Startups key at tobacco campus

Business incubator thrives at NC site inspiring GE plans

DURHAM, N.C. – Transforming 1 million square feet of crumbling brick buildings into ­in-demand office, residential and retail space is one thing. But building a robust entrepreneur support system is another.

Durham, North Carolina, seems to have found the secret to success for both challenges.

And those experts are willing to share the formula that led Durham business incubator American Underground to more than quadruple its space – and expand from one to five locations – in only five years.

Read more in The Journal Gazzette.


Moogfest Posters and Synth Art

Moogfest Posters and Synth Art from the American Tobacco Collection
May 18 – July 28, 2017 – Reed Lobby Art Gallery

American Tobacco Campus presents its collection of Moogfest art posters from 2010-2016.  The posters were created for SYTH: A Group Art Show Inspired by Bob Moog.

Moogfest is a tribute to Dr. Robert Moog and the profound influence his inventions have had on how we hear the world. Over the last sixty years, Bob Moog and Moog Music have pioneered the analog synthesizer and other technology tools for artists. This exchange between engineer and musician is celebrated with a unique festival format where the creative process is understood as a collaboration among many people, across time and space, in commerce and culture.