ReVIEWING 8 Full Schedule

Friday, September 23, 2016 1:00 p.m. Lobby – Registration opens 1:45 – 3:00 p.m. Films Laura Hope-Gill and Rick Aguar: Hell’s Hot Breath: Galway Kinnell at Black Mountain College (15 minutes) This program is part of Pulitzer NC: The Power of Words, a statewide...

Stabilia

4:23, 2016 Mariama Slåttøy, Sveinung Gjessing Norway A massive circular chamber, constructed of steel and heavy concrete. Play of light is created on the wall by an opening in the roof. A woman is laying motionless with her eyes closed on the rough surface, demarcated...

Body Language Zone

10:13, 2015 Kim Saarinen Finland The film defies office workers’ day-to-day life, especially in the core of the European Union. It also defies our nature of using our body for communicating. Nowadays people are stiff and only use a couple of fingers to communicate...

Swimminghole

3:43, 2016 Sarah Friedland United States “Swimminghole” is a music video for the premiere EP of Berlin-based electronic duo Droves. A dancefilm choreographed and directed by Sarah Friedland, “Swiminghole” features abstract choreographies of skin, fat and light,...

Sun Sets on Sunday

6:55, 2016 Vladimir Gruev Bulgaria Sun Sets on Sunday explores the border between dream and awake state and how it creates realistic illusions which lead to erasing the border line between dream and reality. Director Bio Vladimir Gruev is a young Bulgarian artist...

Mirrors

4:00, 2016 Emilia Izquierdo United Kingdom Mirrors (2016) is a loop video animation that refers to confusing or disorienting situations in which it is difficult to distinguish between truth and illusion or between competing versions of reality. Playing with spatial...

Saeta: The Mourning

5:30, 2016 Rosamaria E. Kostic Cisneros United Kingdom “Saeta: The mourning” is a dance short film that takes the traditional religious song, the Saeta, sung during Spain’s Holy Week and brings it to a modern setting. The song is heard typically during a procession...

Odyssey High School Coffee Night

Friday, March 3, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. {56 Broadway} Odyssey High School students will perform on a variety of instruments and do improv sets. Wonderful baked goods, coffee, tea, and hot cocoa will be for sale.  Free and open to the...

{Re}Happening 2017 Call for Artists

CALL FOR ARTISTS Letter of Intent is due on December 21, 2016 Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center announces an opportunity for artists to participate in the 2017 {Re}HAPPENING on Saturday March 25 between 3pm-10pm at Camp Rockmont in Black Mountain, NC. We...

Ronald R. Janssen Library + Study Center Opens at BMCM+AC

We are thrilled to announce the opening of the Ronald R. Janssen Library + Study Center in the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC) gallery at 69 Broadway St. in downtown Asheville, NC. Ron Janssen is Professor Emeritus at Hofstra University in New York, where he taught English for more than thirty years and served as the founding chair of the Department of Writing Studies. Read more…

Begin To See: The Photographers of Black Mountain College

January 20 – May 20, 2017 {69 Broadway} 

Curated by Julie J. Thomson

While thousands of photographs were taken at Black Mountain College there has not been a detailed examination of photography at the College. This exhibition will be the first in-depth exhibition and catalog devoted to this topic.

Ray Spillenger Related Programing

ReVIEWING 11 September 20-22 ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 11.  Held at UNC Asheville’s Reuter Center, this annual conference explores the history and legacy of Black Mountain College through presentations, workshops, and performances. Keynote Speakers: Sara...

Interlude Call

FAQs:+ Where will the projects take place?Projects will be presented in the two galleries of the BMCM+AC, located at 56 + 69 Broadway respectively. Other locations will be determined based on the needs of individual accepted projects in relation to each other.+ Will...

Black Mountain College Studies: Call for Papers

Call for Papers: Black Mountain College Studies special volume on Hilda Morley (online peer-reviewed journal; deadline 8/15/2015). Blake Hobby, Executive Editor; Chris Wilson Simpkins, Guest Editor.
Slated for publication in late fall of 2015, this volume of BMCS will contain scholarly essays, poems, artworks, and other forms of media that explore Hilda Morley’s relationship to Black Mountain College.

Call For Executive Director

Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, Asheville, North Carolina has an immediate opening for an Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, this individual will be responsible for the general administration of the museum, community relations,...

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