â€•â€• Title: Black Mountain College Bulletin/ Bulletin-Newsletter, Vol. V, No. 7. November 1947 Other Title: Community News Creator: Black Mountain College (Black Mountain, N.C.) Date: 1947-11 Place: Black Mountain (N.C.) Time Period: (1945-1989) Post War/ Cold War period Subjects: College publications--North Carolina Albers, Josef Albers, Anni Bolotowsky, Ilya, 1907-1981 Weaving--North Carolina--Black Mountain
Architecture--Study and teaching-North Carolina College teachers--North Carolina-Black Mountain Arts--Study and teaching Abstract: Bulletin covering general campus news and news in the areas of art, drama, architecture, weaving, printing and photography, as well as a list of classes to be offered in the Fall. Also discussed are the recent activities of Anni and Josef Albers and Ilya Bolotowsky. Description: Original bulletin that includes: news from Anni and Josef Albers; the Harriet Engelhardt Textile Collection; new pianos
acquired by the college; the design and impending construction of a house by students; the print shop; news in the areas of photography, weaving and drama; exhibits by Ilya Bolotowsky; new staff and recent marriages; visitors to campus; campus elections; and a list of courses to be offered in the Fall. Released by Stuart Atkinson. Physical Characteristics: 1 page, folded Format: Periodicals Informational pamphlets Use Restrictions: The North Carolina State Archives is the repository for the records of Black Mountain
College and has legal custody of them. Requirements for Use: Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader for PDF files. Collection: Black Mountain College Research Project. North Carolina Museum of Art Archival Collection Creator: North Carolina Museum of Art. Local call no. BMCRP, Series VI, Box 75, Folder 27 Digital Collection: Black Mountain College Publications Digital Format application/pdf AudienceAll Type: Text
―― Jack Lipsey, (chef), and Ruby Lipsey, assistant chef, Black Mountain College
―― George Williams, cook at black mountain college, 19471951
――Dining room, Blue Ridge, 1940
For example, members of the College wait upon themselves and each other at meals, and in the afternoons often work in the library, the bookbindery, or the print shop. Typical outdoor jobs include farming, wood chopping, road work, and, more recently, landscaping projects on the new College property at Lake Eden. It would of course be misleading to suppose that all students are equally
alert in their responses: the emphasis is upon seeing whether they are actually becoming responsible, not upon whether they act as if they were responsible. Nearly everyone gets out-of-doors between lunch and four oâ€™clock, when classes are resumed. Several tennis courts, an athletic field, and a well-equipped gymnasium, containing handball and basketball courts, provide
opportunities for organized sports. There are, besides these, a large outof-door swimming pool and a small lake suitable for swimming and other water sports; while the mountainside contains many miles of trails for walking or horseback riding. The College also operates a small farm. Its purpose is not to provide professional agricultural training, but rather to offer training in a very
practical sort of experience to a few students interested in undertaking the running of it, and at the same time to offer healthy exercise to a great many others who may care to supply casual assistance.
On the farm, Jerrold Levy Photos and Prints
Asheville farmer’s market Marie Tavroges Stilkind was a BMC student off and on from 1951-54.
――Photo of the farm by Jeorge Fick, 1952-55
―― Dorothy Cole in the Dining Hall Lake Eden campus Black Mountain College
Felix Krowinski, Sr. Collection, Project Papers, Black Mountain College Collection, Western Regional Archives, Asheville, NC. Felix Krowinski was a BMC student (and avid
photographer). Although I am currently confirming the dates during which he attended BMC, I am sure he was there during the 1947-48 school year as well as fall 1948.
Martha Rittenhouse (treichler) and William â€œbillâ€? treichler, mowing grass at Black Mountain College
―― BMC hogs
breakfast on dining room porch, black mountain college, summer 1945
― ISIA Urbino ― a.a 2012/2013
― Professore: Marco Tortoioli Ricci ― Studente: Laura Paniccià
― Metodologia Della Progettazione
Published on Aug 12, 2013
Black Mountain College, a school founded in 1933 in Black Mountain, North Carolina, was a new kind of college in the United States in which...