January 23 – June 4, 2016
A site-specific installation by New Orleans-based artist Sally Heller, who creates recognizable yet improbable landscapes constructed from cultural detritus.  A modern-day bricoleur, savvy cultural hacker and urban archaeologist, Heller assembles a litany of mundane materials and cultural castoffs into recognizable yet improbable environments that cleverly fuse macro and micro, architectural and organic, artifice and nature.


May 22 – June 27, 2016
This exhibition presents works that are the result of a draw-a-thon – a project organized by Joshua Marsh in partnership with the Social & Studio Practices graduate department – that will engage alumni of Moore's MFA in Studio Art graduate program, as well as current and incoming Social & Studio Practices students and faculty. Over the course of nearly four hours, the group will create between five and ten works each on 9 x 12 sheets of paper and then collectively review the drawings, select one from each artist, and ultimately curate a small exhibition of very recent works on paper.