The Moral Science Project is housed in two locations. 

The Museum of the Creative Process at the Wilburton Campus
257 Wilburton Drive, Manchester Village, Vermont

The Moral Science Project Gallery and Sculpture Park
3814 Main Street, Manchester Village, Vermont

The Museum of the Creative Process at the Wilburton Campus hosts the majority of the collection, including the Metaphoria Murals, the Sanctuary of the Unit, the Wizard and Wisdom Collection, the Epics of the Goddess and the Scriptures of the One God, and the Abstractions Gallery

The Moral Science Project, Gallery and Sculpture Park hosts The Institute of Conflict Analysis, our Training Center, as well the The Henry Gorski Retrospective and the Sculpture Park

The Exhibits. The Henry Gorski Retrospective and the Sculpture Park present an introduction to a new way of looking at art and a validation of a new understanding of how we experience being creative. These experiential exhibits share the life-stories of two artists. The Henry Gorski Retrospective showcases the work of one of the most well-regarded figurative expressionists. Vivid, challenging, and captivating, the more than 100 canvasses chronicle the artist's life struggles and achievements. The Sculpture Park presents the personal odyssey of Albert Levis, MD, the founder and curator of the Museum of the Creative Process. Sprawling over four acres of forest, the Sculpture Park traces Levis' survival during the Holocaust, his professional career, family life, and conceptual innovations. 

The Training Center. The Moral Science Project provides training using the Power Management Program, an online emotional education tool. Developed over thirty years of clinical research, the Power Management Program is a resource that provides diagnostic and therepeutic benefits, helping people to understand their creative response patterns to conflict. In addition, the Moral Science Project welcomes visitors that want to discover the Moral Monopoly Card Game, a culture educational roll-playing game. 

The Institute of Conflict Analysis. The research branch of the Museum of the Creative Process, the Institute of Conflict Analysis organizes research about emotional education, psychotherapy outcome research, and directs internship placement and publications. The Moral Science Project is located at 3814 Main Street, across from the Taconic Hotel.