Since 2003, the Visionary Woman Awards has recognized outstanding women leaders who have made a powerful impact on the world of art and design. The first and only women’s visual arts college for undergraduates in the country, Moore College of Art & Design is honored to highlight the extraordinary achievements of women in the arts who provide powerful role models for our talented students.
The Awards engage students, faculty and the broader community in a one-day celebration at Moore:
The Elizabeth Greenfield Zeidman Lecture features the Visionary Woman Awards honorees in a moderated discussion followed by a question and answer session. The Zeidman Lecture is free, open to the public and held in the afternoon. The Zeidman Lecture is made possible by a generous endowment by the Albert M. Greenfield Foundation.
The Visionary Woman Awards Gala hosts over 250 guests to honor the Visionary Woman Awardees during an evening ceremony and gala dinner. The event is ticketed and generously supported through sponsorships by alumni, corporations and friends.
All proceeds from the Visionary Woman Awards event support scholarships for Moore’s undergraduate students in the Visionary Woman Honors Program
Visionary Woman Award Honorees
Andrea Baldeck, photographer
Ursula von Rydingsvard, sculptor
Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell, Art historian, advocate and President of Spelman College
Meg Saligman, Muralist and social practice artist
Alexa Hampton, interior designer
Pat Steir, painter and printmaker
Helen W. Drutt English, curatorial consultant & educator
Janet Fish, painter
Nicole Miller, fashion designer
Wendy Ewald, photographer and founder of Literacy Through Photography
Judith Leiber, handbag designer
Ann Temkin, art historian and first female chief curator of painting and sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York
Nancy Kolb, former president and CEO of the Please Touch Museum
Billie Tsien, architect for the Barnes Foundation on the Parkway2008
Mary McFadden, fashion designer