Asheville Independent Media - Panel Discussion & Public Forum
Thursday, May 30th, 7-9pm
Black Mountain College Museum - 56 Broadway, Asheville, NC
BMCM+AC and Asheville Free Media are collaborating to produce a special simulcast event on the roles and challenges of free press and independent media today. This community awareness-raising program will feature a panel discussion with:
Nelda Holder, contributing editor to the Mountain Xpress
Mark West, Chair and Professor of Mass Communication at UNCA
Eric Mattox, President of the Board of Directors of Friends of Community Radio
Angie Newsome, Director and Editor of Carolina Public Press
Cecil Bothwell, Asheville City Council, former news reporter and community radio host
The event is free and open to the public. There is a suggested donation of $5-$15 at the door. Proceeds will benefit Asheville Free Media, Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, and Carolina Public Press. A simulcast of the event can be heard on Asheville Free Media at ashevillefm.org from 7:00-9:00 pm on May 30.
ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 5: Shaping Craft + Design
The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center announces ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 5: Shaping Craft + Design to be held October 11-13, 2013 at the Reuter Center on the UNC Asheville campus.
The 5th annual ReVIEWING Black Mountain College conference will encourage new ways of thinking about the role and impact of Black Mountain College on developing craft and design movements in America and internationally. Submissions are encouraged that expand our understanding of Black Mountain College as it relates to craft and design as well as the educational model implemented by the college's founders and faculty. The conference fee is $70.00 and includes an annual membership to the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center. Read More >>
Harry Seidler Exhibition
Harry Seidler: Architecture, Art and Collaborative Design
June 14 - August 21, 2013
Opening Reception: June 14, 5:00-7:30pm
Gallery talk with curator Vladimir Belogolovsky at 6:00pm
Free for BMCM+AC members and students w/ID
This retrospective exhibition illuminates Harry Seidler's architectural legacy as Australia's most important modernist architect. Seidler studied with Josef Albers at Black Mountain College in the mid-1940s and became a major proponent of Bauhaus principles of design in his architectural practice. For more information on the exhibition click here.
“As much as the needs of fact, the needs of the spirit and the senses must be satisfied. Architecture is as much a part of the realm of art as it is of technology; the fusion of thinking and feeling.” - Harry Seidler, 1963
Lecture by Vladimir Belogolovsky
Saturday, June 15, 10:00am
An illustrated lecture about architect Harry Seidler by Vladimir Belogolovsky, curator of Harry Seidler: Architecture, Art and Collaborative Design.
Color Catalogue Workshop
Sunday, June 16, 10:00am – 2:00pm
$35 / $30 for BMCM+AC members & students w/ID
For artists and designers the practice of creating a color catalogue encourages an approach to seeing color and generating new color schemes for one’s studio work. In this half-day workshop taught by SCAD professor Marcia Cohen, we’ll explore a very direct method of color scrutiny and analysis with an emphasis on color organization and color proportion for later application in the studio. Bring a bag lunch. Space is limited! Call 828-350-8484 to register.
– a conversation with Jim Samsel and John Rogers.
Thursday, June 27 – 7:30pm
Suggested donation $10
Two legendary Asheville architects discuss the impact of Modernism on Western North Carolina.