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Black Mountain College operated in the first half of the 20th century. Buckminster Fuller and Albert Einstein both taught classes there at one point. Currently the site of Camp Rockmont and the Lake Eden Arts Festival.

Black Mountain College operated in the first half of the century. Buckminster Fuller and Albert Einstein both taught classes there at one point. Currently the site of Camp Rockmont and the Lake Eden Arts Festival.

Black Mountain College by MIT Press

Black Mountain College

Black Mountain College: Experiment in Art: Vincent Katz, Martin Brody, Robert Creeley, Kevin Power

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE PROJECT / COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE PROJECT / COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS

View from above on a snowy winter day. Black Mountain College

the architecture of black mountain college

Black Mountain College, 1936-1938

Black Mountain College Black Mountain College, By Kenelm Winslow

black mountain college - faces

black mountain college - faces

Hazel Larsen Archer: Black Mountain College Photographer

Hazel Larsen Archer: Black Mountain College Photographer

Buckminster Fuller's students building a geodesic dome. From the Black Mountain College Research Project Papers, Visual Materials, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC

Students building a geodesic dome. From the Black Mountain College Research Project Papers, Visual Materials, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC

"Minimum House" designed by BMC students Ralph Chernoff, Bernard Karp, Albert Lanier, Alex Morse, Warren Outten, Sewell Sillman, Ragland Watkins and Paul Williams in 1947-48.

the architecture of black mountain college

Kocher designed the Studies Building and other campus structures so that they could be built by faculty and students. These projects made use of new construction methods and materials without sacrificing modernist simplicity.  BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE, North Carolina

The Forgotten History of America's Most Creative College

A comprehensive new exhibit sheds light on the diverse body of work that came out of a short-lived but mythic liberal arts college in North Carolina.

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