Mischell Riley Tackles Da Vinci, Trafficking Through Sculpture

  Outside the University of Nevada, Reno’s Knowledge Center, a massive head of Renaissance inventor Leonardo Da Vinci lies on its side, its 10-by-23 foot likeness aiming to inspire the students privileged to attend class here.     Representations of many Da Vinci creations line its intricate interior. But this university was not the original … More Mischell Riley Tackles Da Vinci, Trafficking Through Sculpture

Painting Fulfills Connor Fogal’s Creative Potential

              One bright Saturday morning, a burgundy Chrysler van pulls up to the Generator’s entrance. The logo for a blog called Mylow (My Life on Wheels) appears on the side doors. Riding in its backseat is Connor Fogal, an artist who manages the blog and creates paintings of landscapes, friends, … More Painting Fulfills Connor Fogal’s Creative Potential

Quentin Koromete Finds A New Use for Fishwaste

  Inside the Generator’s auto shop area, a greenhouse seems to randomly rise in the middle of machinery meant for cars, trucks and motorcycles. But this is no ordinary greenhouse.   Meet Quentin Koromete and Frank Bitther of Food Security Technology, which opened up shop in the Generator in February. FST utilizes a relatively new method of food … More Quentin Koromete Finds A New Use for Fishwaste