Wednesday, October 11, 2006

    Guerrilla Art School

    Black Gum College allegedly existed in or around Old Fort, North Carolina during 1972-3. The surviving mission statement of this guerrilla Art School claims that its purpose was "to inject ooze into society so that art can exist in this constrictive culture."

    According to legend, students were "recruited" then led blind-folded to "the campus," a forest clearing where they were given workshops in energy transference, witchcraft, and juice drawing. Students were warned against disclosing the college's location or going public with details concerning their education. No one has yet come forth as a former student. Read more»»

    Recent drawings by Steve Brown and the final performance of the black ooze

    Reception 7- 11 pm October 13th 2006
    Performance some time after 9 pm October 13th 2006
    Harvest Records · 415-b Haywood Rd · Asheville · NC · 28806
    828 258 2999

    So far I cannot find one thing on the internet about this art school.

    Great God Pan