Immersive installations, internationally-renowned keynote speakers, and cutting-edge performers: just a few of the things we’ll experience from Sept. 29 through Oct. 1, when Black Mountain College brings its ReVIEWING conference to Asheville once again on the last weekend in September, Ali McGhee at Asheville Grit reports. A snippet:
This time around, there are some new offerings on the scheulde to get excited about. While the core of ReVIEWING has always been the conference, held at UNCA and featuring a keynote talk from artist Mel Chin and a panel discussion from members of the Black Mountain Songs creative team (a creative team that, by the way, includes Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry), the ReVIEWING also marks the beginning of two new projects that will launch over the conference weekend.
Click over to Asheville Grit read the full story about this amazing event.
Tickets to Black Mountain Songs are $20 ($12 aged 18 and under). Full conference passes for ReVIEWING, which start at $20 per day, are on sale now and include a discount on Black Mountain Songs. Active Archive is free and open to the public.
Black Mountain College was founded in 1933 as a progressive liberal arts school, and offered programs for 25 years, attracting artists on the vanguard of the avant-garde, the experimental, and the groundbreaking, including John Cage, Elaine de Kooning, Merce Cunningham, and Robert Rauschenberg. For more information on the College, click here.