Black Mountain College: Robert Rauschenberg attended; Josef Albers taught there. So did Willem de Kooning, John Cage, and Merce Cunningham. This Asheville institution was only around for 24 years. What happened? How is it that a school embraced by so many great artists went the way of the dodo? For more information, visit www.wordshop101.com
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