On display until December 31, 2015
Curated by Michael Reid
This exhibition explores the relationship between Josef Albers’ Black Mountain College in North Carolina and Chicago’s New Bauhaus/Institute of Design founded by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, the two most direct descendants of the Bauhaus’ educational model in the United States.
Robert Jay Wolff, Chicago Series (detail), 1937, gouache on board. Private collection.
Thursday, November 19, 7:00 pm
The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center in downtown Asheville presents an evening of short films that include rarely seen footage from Black Mountain College and the Institute of Design.
Saturday, November 14, 8:00 pm
MadHat Press seeks to foster the work of writers and poets: explosive, lyrical, passionate, deeply wrought voices that stretch the boundaries of language, narrative and image, vital and enduring literary voices that sing on the page as well as in the mind.
Friday October 23, 2015, 12:00 – 1:30pm
As part of the Ideas without Walls: In between the Spaces series, Arne Emerson of Morphosis Architects will focus on the interaction between design, technology, and fabrication, and outline how ‘process’ drives and catalyzes theory and contextual research into realized form.