We use artistic practices to cultivate meaningful growth and change in individuals, organizations, and communities.
Creativity is a Practice®. We believe anyone can activate their creativity and strengthen it like a muscle. Drawing out the creative potential in everyone is the key to success and survival in.
Create Better Together. We believe our shared challenges require all hands on deck to solve. When we are creative together, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish.
Make Everything Art. We believe aspiring to make art can inspire great things. Art-making is an imperfect, messy process but in it we find opportunities to elevate the ordinary to the extraordinary.
Who We Are
Noah Scalin and Mica Scalin are siblings who have been collaborating since they first met.
Noah Scalin is an artist, author, and activist. He founded Another Limited Rebellion in 2001 with the idea that he could make a living doing what he enjoyed and effect positive change in the world. Since then, Noah has traveled the world bringing his message of creative practice to everyone from incarcerated teenagers to Fortune 500 executives. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts, Noah started his career as the Art Director for Troma Entertainment and Avirex Clothing. Noah's artwork is collected internationally and has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries, including the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Mütter Museum and Krause Gallery in NYC. He is the author of six books — most recently Creative Sprint which he co-wrote with his sister/business partner Mica. In 2016 Noah was chosen as the first ever artist-in-residence at the Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Business and was named the "The Region's Most Creative Individual" by Richmond magazine in 2017.
Mica Scalin is an innovator in the use of art and media for community engagement and creative development. She was among the first producers hired by NBC Universal Digital Studios, she launched social media strategy at Showtime Networks and consulted on CBS Interactive marketing. She was VP of Communications for the groundbreaking non-profit JDub and has produced documentary films, art exhibitions and cultural events. From grassroots to broadcast, her passion lies in creating cultural experiences that make meaningful connections between people. She has a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC and studied with Douglas Rushkoff at The New School in NYC. She is the co-author of Creative Sprint: Six 30-day Challenges to Jumpstart Your Creativity. She is also one of the humans behind dOGUMENTA: America’s First Art Show For Dogs.