Yesterday, the opening speeches of “Black Mountain. Ein interdisziplinäres Experiment 1933-1957” at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin took place under clear blue sky and with warm temperatures. A weather, as curator Eugen Blume put it, that encourages the mood to open a school like Black Mountain. Having many visitors and participants, such as Western Regional Archive chief archivist Heather South, the exhibition architects by RaumlaborBerlin,  ‘Performing the Black Mountain Archive’ director Arnold Dreyblatt, and many others at the opening, museum director Udo Kittelmann, museum leader Eugen Blume and chief curator Gabriele Knapstein each talked about the exhibition, about the college’s history and their personal fascination with Black Mountain College. It was an inspiring night. The exhibition will run until the 27th of September.