Olive Dame Campbell was a woman ahead of the times she lived in. She was the daughter of the headmaster of a private school so her upbringing was such that her own education was of paramount importance.
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Black Mountain College’s identity was formed by its uniquely global influences, with students, faculty, and staff hailing from over 20 countries across Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the Mediterranean.
Social Media Savvy with Davyne Dial Davyne Dial, WPVM general manager, was a recent guest speaker at the Grassroots Radio Conference in Rochester, New York. Her topic, “Social Media Savvy,” showed her audience how to incorporate live video to Facebook, cameras, smart phones, and mics to capture action or live programming. Davyne also explained to the radio…
Dr. Herb Johnson and Davyne Dial Ms. Davyne Dial and Dr. Herb Johnson, president and treasurer of Friends of WPVM, Inc.—and husband and wife—are featured with nine other regional non-profits in the November issue of Capital at Play magazine. The couple is profiled in an informative two-page spread about how they came to be involved with…
Students of Penland School of Craft develop a part of themselves that perhaps they only dreamed and hoped was possible.
Legendary in its own time, Black Mountain College attracted and created maverick spirits: influential individuals in the 20th century.