Save the Dates: June 20 – June 26
Tuition: $840

This professionally directed program of studio-based workshops offers art educators the opportunity to recharge batteries, deepen personal direction, hone skills, expand concept development, and discover new applications for educational practice.

Given the uncertain and variant models around the timing of a return to daily life and to college campuses around the country, we will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff above all else. For the time being, this means reassessing the safety of our regularly scheduled summer programming, especially residential programs, until future guidelines dictate otherwise.  


Studios are facilitated by professional art faculty. Participants focus on personal direction, experimentation and individual point of view. Options include drawing, painting or mixed media.

Guest speakers address issues in contemporary art and relate them to topics relevant to high school students and conversations happening in the classroom. Luncheon and discussion are included.

Moore is located in the heart of Philadelphia on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, steps away from the Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and other outstanding cultural institutions. An open day provides opportunity for touring nearby attractions and soaking up inspiration.

Choices include: Extended Studio Time, Computer Lab, Life Drawing Studio or Printmaking Studio.

An elective session for Pennsylvania art teachers links content to Academic Standards for Arts and Humanities. PA Act 48 and professional development available.

Commuter & non-residential program options for TSI are also available.

Participants are registered for Growth Mindset for Art and Design Education (EVTI609) and may take it for noncredit or for three graduate-level credits. High school teachers are encouraged to enroll. PA certified teachers receive Act 48 hours and out-of-state teachers receive documentation of professional continuing education hours. For additional information on TSI, please contact 215.965.4030 or ce@moore.edu.

Educators Scholarship for Excellence in the Arts

Participating high school art teachers receive a $5,000 per year scholarship
to award a graduating senior toward attending Moore’s BFA Program in fall 2021. The Educators Scholarship for Excellence in the Arts celebrates Moore’s mission to advance women artists in achieving their goals and to honor the mentoring role of high school art teachers, and is awarded n the individual teacher’s name at the time of the student’s acceptance to Moore.

Refresh, Refocus & Reconnect

Please contact Moore’s Continuing Education office for more information about these opportunities. Follow our social media channels @moorecollegeart for continued updates and thank you for your interest in Moore and TSI!