Opening :: January 28th, 5 to 7 pm Available :: January 28th through February 25th The Inbound Lands Department of Travel welcomes you! Visitors can begin their exploration of our fine wilderness area through an interactive journey and tangible exhibitions. Housed in generous Montgomery Bell Academy, The Welcome Center has a trail in for adventurers of all ages! Examine to our beautiful vista and scenic attractions through our artist series of printmaking and photography. Engage our rich history and heritage through educational footnotes and field notes, retracing the footsteps of our esteemed adventurers! Explore our collection of rich cultural artifacts, on loan from Inbound natives and artists in residence alike. Whatever your interests, you'll find our Welcome Center an excellent stop for information, and our beautiful land just waiting to be discovered! +++ Discovered and mapped since 2008, the formal bridge to the Inbound Lands was released in 2013 as a free, online, Interactive Fiction game. Using a text-based story that alters based on player feedback, The Inbound Lands draws readers and gamers into a literary adventure. As a literary platform, The Inbound Lands is as dynamic as its desert is vast: the game regularly incorporates real life puzzles and locations to supplement gameplay, builds new areas based on player and real world interaction, and engages "artifacts" and art objects that bring a new level of worldbuilding into the player environment. The Welcome Center at Montgomery Bell Academy is more than just an exhibit: it is an expansion of the world behind the game, and an invitation to generate and alter the desert with your own footsteps. Visit The Inbound Lands online at heretherebe.com, and visit The Welcome Center at Montgomery Bell Academy, in Nashville, TN, from January 28th to February 25th, 2015. +++ Megan Kelley is an maker, doer, thinker, writer, curator, illustrator, builder, tinkerer, designer, dreamer, laugher, happier living in Nashville and open to conversation. An advocate for dialogue in contemporary art, Kelley is an active contributor to a variety of diverse publications and arts initiatives, curates for the project space 40AU, and works with Platetone Printmaking, Paper and Book Arts. Kelley’s social practice, as both artist and curator working nationally and abroad, revolves around providing educational and developmental opportunities to artists and audiences alike; a fascination with the complexities of communication and narrative; and inviting others into collaboration, curiosity, and cross-pollination.