September 29–October 1, 2017, in Asheville, North Carolina
Mark your calendars now for BMCM+AC’s annual ReVIEWING Black Mountain College in partnership with University of North Carolina Asheville. The international conference explores BMC’s history and preserves its legacy by presenting the work of contemporary scholars, cultural thinkers, and art appreciators who offer new insights into the college’s life. The three-day program includes a full schedule of speakers, panels, workshops, and performances and is open to the public. Most conference activities will take place on the UNC Asheville campus at the Reuter Center.
Click here or below to pre-register for this year’s conference via Brown Paper Tickets. Advance tickets are $40 for current BMCM+AC and OLLI members, $75 for non-members (BMCM+AC annual membership included). This price will increase to $100 for non-members at the door on 9/29, so online pre-registration is highly encouraged (ends at 5 pm on 9/28). Optional discounted tickets to Black Mountain Songs (performances 9/29 + 9/30) are available to conference attendees for $10, along with an optional tour of the BMC Lake Eden Camps on 10/1 for $15. Both add-ons can be purchased with conference admission at reviewing.brownpapertickets.com.
Call for Proposals
Want to present at this year’s conference? CLICK HERE for our call for papers and proposals; submission deadline is July 9.
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Thematic focus: Process + Performance
New initiatives: In conjunction with this year’s conference, we’re thrilled to launch two new dynamic efforts.
- The ACTIVE ARCHIVE is a stream of programs that pairs BMCM+AC’s extensive collection with contemporary artists, curators, and cultural thinkers. It launches over ReVIEWING weekend with an exhibition featuring our permanent collection of works by BMC alumni curated by interdisciplinary artist Martha McDonald.
- The BMCM+AC Performance Initiative is a multi-part project that offers new dimensions to our visual art exhibitions. It launches during ReVIEWING with the southeast premiere of Black Mountain Songs, an interdisciplinary collaboration inspired by BMC, performed by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and curated by Bryce Dessner and Richard Reed Parry.