{Re}Happening in the hills

hello world,

About a month back I was excited to be asked to be a part of the 2013 {Re}Happening. What is a {Re}Happening you might ask? Here is a little piece of history borrowed from the Black Mountain College Museum…

“Inspired by our imaginings about what a “typical” Saturday night at Black Mountain College might have been like, the {Re}HAPPENING pays tribute to the groundbreaking artistic innovation of Black Mountain College as well as its community tradition of Saturday night parties and performances. The goal of the event is to bring BMC’s dynamic energy into the present day. Many people who have attended a previous {Re}HAPPENING consider it to be one of the very best events of the year.” AND IT WAS!

Words cannot describe a {Re}Happening. Honestly, Images can’t either. It is experiential to all senses and all senses at once. You must go and experience yourself. I think a {Re}Happening is what you want it to be. It just is.

Thank you to the artists who have made and continue to make this happen.

Here are a few of my favorites from the evening.

Keep on Clickin’

Parker J

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Poet/Artist Ted Pope and family. One of my favorite family portraits I have ever made.

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  • David Beckstead - May 1, 2013 - 12:41 pm

    Way strange and in a good way! Love it! I am sure you captured this in a way no other has.ReplyCancel

  • Gary Duane Buth - May 21, 2013 - 12:57 pm

    Parker, in a time when virtually everyone takes pictures you consistently create truly wonderful images. There are so many people who are involved in photography, myself included but you never cease to amaze me with how you see things. You don’t need gimmicks, all you need is a camera, any camera old or new because you prove time and time again it is the photographer and NOT the camera.ReplyCancel

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