Join visiting artist Noah Scalin to learn about his work and how to recreate an image entirely made of stickers. He will be lecturing the night before on Thursday, Oct 5th as part of the Art Now Artist Talk series at the Morris Museum of Art beginning at 6pm followed by a reception. The lecture is free and open to the public. View his work at

Image courtesy of the artist: of America: September 4, 1957, stickers on panel, 70 x 40 in., 2021


Noah Scalin is a multidisciplinary artist whose work is about organizing the noise of American culture into new signals – ones that illuminate the things we should be prioritizing when we’re so easily distracted by the spectacle of our society. Noah is inspired by the visual cacophony of consumer culture. Images that bombard our senses and objects that clog our landscape become a means for amplifying stories that have been underrepresented, downplayed or ignored. Noah's interest in magic and optical illusion are incorporated into works that transform the overwhelming chaos of contemporary inputs into explorations of how we identify our place in the world, through the lens of social and environmental justice. Noah aims to inspire viewers to recognize the possibility of creation and transformation that exists all around us, even when the institutional structures of our society seem overwhelming and fixed in place.


Noah Scalin is the creator of the Webby Award winning project Skull-A-Day and the collaborative science fiction universe & performance art project League of Space Pirates. He was the Grand Prize winner of Artfields 2022 and his collaboration with Old Navy was one of the most viewed commercials of 2020. Noah was the inaugural artist-in-residence at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business and his fine art has been exhibited internationally, including installations in Times Square, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Mütter Museum and multiple solo exhibitions in Krause Gallery in NYC. His work has been commissioned by Old Navy, Capital One, and Goodwill; and has been featured in dozens of publications including Fast Company, Hi-Fructose, Juxtapoz, USA Today, The Telegraph, and the New York Times. Noah is the author of six books, a sought after public speaker on creativity, and was a co-host of the Emmy nominated VPM PBS program The Art Scene. He is also the founder of Another Limited Rebellion an art & innovation consulting firm which he co-runs with his sister and business partner Mica Scalin.

Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art
Class Schedule
Friday, October 6, 2023 - 9:00am to 10:30am