June 7, 2019 – August 31, 2019

Opening Reception: Friday, June 7 5:30PM – 8PM

BMCM+AC | 120 College Street | Asheville, NC

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the BAUHAUS, we look at the impact of this legendary and influential school of art and design. The Bauhaus closed the same year that Black Mountain College opened (1933) and had an enormous influence on the structure and ethos of BMC. This intimate exhibition will feature materials and artworks from the Bauhaus and BMC, drawing connections through education, design, and philosophy. The Bauhaus Centennial is a global celebration, commemorating this remarkable history through exhibitions and lectures as well as exploring what the Bauhaus means in contemporary society.

Shop our collection of Bauhaus publications through our online store or in our bookshop at 120 College Street.

Related Programs:

Friday + Saturday, June 8 + 9 – 1pm – Playing with Sound’ Kids Workshop with Vicky Browne 

Saturday, June 8, 2:30pm – Gallery talk by exhibition curator Caleb Kelly 

Saturday, June 8, 7-10pm – Materials, Sounds, and Black Mountain College Opening Weekend Performances  

Tuesdays, June 18 – August 6 from 1-3pm – Drawing Workshop with Regi Weile

Saturday, June 22 – 7pm – FILMS@BMCM+AC: Reclamations of Blackness 

Friday, June 28 4-5:30pm – Workshop / 8pm – Performance – Yowana Sari Gamelan ensemble (Presented in collaboration with Asheville Percussion Festival)

Wednesday, July 10 – 12-1pm – PERSPECTIVES Lunchtime Conversations @ BMCM+AC: Cade Hollomon-Cook

Thursday, July 18 – 7pm – Cage Shuffle

Friday, August 2 – 7pm – John Cage’s ‘Sonatas and Interludes for solo prepared piano’

Thursday, August 8 – 7pm – Poetry Reading with Jeffery Beam 

Wednesday, August 14 – 12-1pm – PERSPECTIVES Lunchtime Conversations @ BMCM+AC: Eva Bares

Saturday, August 24 – 7pm – Interpretations of Absurdity – Okapi and Edwin Salas / Flyer in a Dark Chamber