Art Talk with Julie Thomson
|Addresse||423 W King St|
|At||Turchin Center for the Visual Arts|
423 W King St
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts
As part of the Turchin Center's ArtTALKS series, Julie Thomson will discuss her research of Black Mountain College artist, Ray Johnson. Thomson is an independent scholar and curator who has been researching Johnson since 2006. She is also interested in photography and Black Mountain College. Her writing has appeared in Black Mountain College Studies, the Independent Weekly, Raw Vision, Art Lies, and ...might be good. She has an M.A. in Art History from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and was a Critical Studies Fellow in the Core Program, Museum of Fine Arts Houston in 2010-2011. During the Spring 2018 semester Appalachian State University is hosting a campus-wide celebration of the historical legacy of Black Mountain College (BMC) which includes "Creative Democracy: The Legacy of Black Mountain College" at the Turchin Center.
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