BMCM+AC believes that Black Lives Matter and we join in the call to fight for justice and equity.For updates on Black-led community efforts in Asheville please follow our friends at Different Wrld. Resources to support Black communities across Western North Carolina and beyond, as well as to continue your education in anti-racism, can be found below. Different WrldRegional + National Resources
Important Announcement regarding COVID-19
BMCM+AC is temporarily closed. You can visit our Museum from Home page and sign up for our e-newsletter to connect with us in the meantime. Please consider supporting our museum through a donation or membership, if you are able. We look forward to seeing you all again soon!
Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center By The Numbers
Collaborations with Artists + Organizations
Pieces of Artwork + Ephemera
Oral Histories Created
Exhibition Catalogues, Dossiers + Other Publications
Become a Member
BMCM+AC is supported by our members, a community as passionate about the legacy of Black Mountain College as we are. With sliding scale options, our members sustain our programs, collection, exhibitions and more. As a thank you, we offer our members some added benefits.
All members receive a membership card, BMC sticker, 10% discount on purchases in our retail and online bookshops, e-newsletter subscription, discounted admission to events + invitations to openings and programs, with added perks at each tier.
Museum from Home
We’re joining museums and galleries around the world in offering remote alternatives to our in person exhibitions and programs.
On this page you will find ways to experience art and performance, learn more about Black Mountain College and its artists, and even participate in virtual events.
Browse our collection of Black Mountain College books, merchandise and more at BMC Books.
Digital Exhibition: Question Everything! The Women of Black Mountain College. This exhibition celebrates the work and impact of the women associated with Black Mountain College, featuring borrowed works alongside pieces from the BMCM+AC collection by a wide-ranging group of artists including Anni Albers, Suzi Gablik, Ruth Asawa, Jo Sandman, M.C. Richards, and Hazel Larsen Archer.
Become a Member
Our members sustain BMCM+AC, supporting our exhibitions, collection, programs and more. With sliding scale options, we hope that you’ll find a membership that works for you!