Every moment there seemed alive in a way that few have since. This had to do with being asked to be , to be at a new threshold of perception, whether in class, in the work program, in our own work, or in the life of the community...It let us perceive how much we, each of us, had meaning in the process of the life of the community. That was our education.
- A.G. (Black Mountain College Student, 1943-1946)
Quote from Black Mountain College: Sprouted Seeds © 1990.