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Curatorial Studies Student's Internship is a Blast with the Past

Cleaning out carpet beetles, categorizing thousands of postcards and giving tours are all in an intern’s day’s work for...

A Summer with the Smithsonian for Illustration Intern

Gabrielle Wharton’s summer internship of creating illustrations for the Smithsonian’s Ocean Initiative Department went,...

Making Connections With, And Through, Art

By Mellany Armstrong Music plays as high school students walk among artworks in the Widener Memorial Gallery at Moore...

Cultural Anthropology in the Artist's Classroom

By Kelly Kirby Finding ways to talk about contemporary issues like race, gender, sexuality, and social inequality in...

Graphic Design Junior Scores an Internship with a Hockey Team

By Mellany Armstrong It’s a good thing that Kayla Koehler ’18 likes hockey. The Graphic Design major interned for the...

Expanding Horizons Through Subtitles

James Moyer, PhD, is thrilled that Moore students from across all disciplines take his Japanese cinema class. “We...

Preparation and Empowerment in Teaching Artists

By Steve Scaduto One of the artist’s roles is to capture the times in which we live – including the people, places,...

Curating in the Social Media Age

Li sumpter, PhD, admits she doesn’t spend a lot of time on social media, but she says digital platforms are creating an...

It's a Dog's Life in Art Class

Belly rubs and wet-nose kisses are a beloved part of the day in Karen Rosenburg’s Fine Arts class. Pax, her son’s...

Ghosts Turned This Artist into an Author

‘Author’ was not a title Anita Jo Intenzo ‘74 expected to add to her resume, but living with ghosts forced her hand....
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