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The Philadelphia Foundation’s Community Art Gallery Presents: MAKING OUR MARK: STUDENTS AS TEACHERS.
EXHIBITION DETAILS: May 1 through August 23, 2013 Mondays through Fridays 9 AM to 5PM The Philadelphia Foundation 1234 Market Street, Suite 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19107-3704 215-563-6417 | www.philafound.org
Moore College of Art & Design’s MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations is designed to impart the specific skills needed to strengthen the teaching of individuals with disabilities. This exhibition features the art produced by students with challenges, along with original art from their teachers.
Read the letter below addressed to Art Education Graduate…
SCHEMATIC PRESENTATION & DIALOGUE Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 1:30 PM Great Hall, Moore College of Art & Design
This is the first public forum, featuring a review of thesis concepts and schematic designs by MFA candidates in Interior Design. Guest critics, students and the public are invited to participate in an informal discussion and offer observations about the strengths and weaknesses of the designs under development; your comments could provoke future decisions for the projects.
The Philadelphia Foundation’s Community Art Gallery Presents: MAKING OUR MARK: STUDENTS AS TEACHERS
Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 1, 5-7 PM
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org Moore College of Art & Design’s MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations is designed to impart the specific skills needed to strengthen the teaching of individuals with disabilities. This exhibition features the art produced by students with challenges, along with original art from their teachers.
EXHIBITION DETAILS: May 1 through August 23, 2013 Mondays through Fridays 9 AM to 5PM
The Philadelphia Foundation 1234 Market Street, Suite 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19107-3704 215-563-6417 | www.philafound.org…
Artist Jennie Shanker spent a year and a half on a project: experimenting with Marcellus Shale as a material for sculpting.
Marcellus Shale is a rock formation at the center of controversy over the extraction of its vast reserves of natural gas, called “fracking.”
By transforming this sedimentary rock into a usable clay and ceramic, Shanker looks to “unpack the social, economic and health concerns that have divided communities concerned about drilling for natural gas,” according to an artist statement from her current show, The Marcellus Clay Experiment, at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia.
The show, on view through April…
SATURDAY, APRIL 20 | Media Room | 1:30PM
Graduate Studies at Moore presents a lecture by Mark Boswell on NOVA-KINO: THE HISTORY OF CINEMATIC AGIT-PROP, tracing the origins of the found footage film movement back to the Russian twenties, Futurism, Dada and Surrealism up to contemporary practices of detournement, appropriation and mash-ups.
RSVP soon, space is limited!
Free admission, but registration is recommended. Please register at http://natothompsonzoestrauss.eventbrite.com
During the 2nd summer term, a required four-week international residency provides an intense studio immersion within a distinct cultural environment. During the residency, candidates gain access to international visiting artists not otherwise available in the United States. In addition, candidates examine visual art and culture specific to the region and their influence on past and contemporary art in a seminar entitled “Art History at Burren: Time and Place.” Candidates are provided an opportunity to reflect upon the Burren experience and to prepare for a mid-program review in a two-week studio intensive at Moore immediately following the residency at Burren.
For Immediate Release
January 8, 2013
(Philadelphia, PA) Lynne Horoschak, graduate program director for the MA in Art Education with an emphasis in special populations, has been invited by a Chicago-area school district to lead a staff development workshop focused on best practices for teaching art to students with special needs.
Horoschak will visit the Centennial Consolidated School District 64 Art Department on February 8, 2013. Staff will share current approaches used in the district and receive feedback for improvement, as well as engage in discussion of current trends and special education law as it applies to art education.
Diana Al-Hadid and Gregory Volk
2012/13 STUDIO CONVERSATIONS
Friday, October 12, 2012, 7:00 pm
New York-based artist Diana Al-Hadid creates complex sculptures that push the limits of their physical properties to create a sense of precarious balance and impending collapse. Her work has gained international attention, including recent solo exhibitions at Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas; Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Murcia, Spain; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; and Nevada Museum of Art, Reno. She is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including grants from The Joan Mitchell Foundation; Nimoy Foundation; Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation; and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation. She also received the…
Moore College of Art & Design was proud to award five MFA in Studio Art, five MFA in Interior Design and 6 MA in Art Education students with their master’s degrees at graduate commencement on August 11, 2012. The inspiring address was given by curator Eileen Tognini.
Commencement speech by curator Eileen Tognini to 2012 graduates of Moore College of Art & Design’s MA and MFA programs on August 11, 2012.