Warren Wilson Colleges low-residency MA in Critical Craft Studies produces researchers who turn the mic in a new direction. Applications are due March 1, 2021.
Each purchase of Mapping Craft: This is how we meet supports scholarships for BIPOC students enrolled in the low-residency program, which is currently accepting applications until March 1, 2021.
Thanks to a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources, the Asheville Art Museum will digitize its largely hidden Black Mountain College Collection.
Located in Asheville, North Carolina, this first-of-its-kind destination will expand the center’s reach and enhance its efforts in building a future for craft.
This exhibition of works by Stan and Sara VanDerBeek shows how both artists span traditional boundaries between media and engage similarly intangible concepts: spirituality, the mutability of time, memory, and space.
A low-residency format designed to build a field of craft studies.
A low-residency format to build the field of craft studies.
DeWayne Barton founded Hood Huggers to tell the stories of Asheville’s black community, which has been and continues to be displaced.
In the summer of 1952, artist Jack Tworkov traveled to Black Mountain College in Asheville, North Carolina. A leading figure of the New York School, his time at the influential American school, which some people consider “America’s Bauhaus,” is the subject of a new exhibition. We talked to the curator, Jason Andrew.