Our Illustration major’s renowned faculty encourage the development of a creative imagination and a personal style, while promoting the exploration of historic and contemporary illustration processes and practices. This approach prepares students for the challenging world of illustrative art and design. Professional business practices and presentation skills are emphasized to prepare students to enter professional careers.
Gabrielle Wharton’s summer internship of creating illustrations for the Smithsonian’s Ocean Initiative Department went, well, swimmingly. “Her first project was a sea lion illustration,” said Emily Frost, the Ocean Portal managing editor and Wharton’s supervisor. A sea lion had pulled a young girl into the water in Canada in May, and a researcher at the Smithsonian was studying the swimming dynamics of sea lions. Wharton, a senior illustration major, showed how sea lions, unlike other ocean...
Geneva Champagne '16, Visionary Woman Honors Scholar
Hear from Geneva Champagne '16, an Illustration major and Visionary Woman Honors Scholar at Moore as she shares thoughts about her creativity, her Moore experience and her vision for the future.
91% of 2016 Illustration graduates are employed or graduate school, 86% with businesses in their field of study!
Including that the faculty is talented and successful in their professional work. Students are appreciative and feel the faculty has their best interest in mind.