Moore's Graduate Studies programs in Art Education and Socially Engaged Art, open to women, men and nonbinary students from all backgrounds, continue and build upon the College's rich legacy of esteemed and progressive education.

Our programs recognize and reflect the critical value of professional exposure and require a field practicum, internship or international studio residency. As the activities and commitments of our alumni confirm, Moore graduate students successfully complete their degrees with the capacity and drive to be insightful practitioners, influential thought leaders and change agents who are prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Every year, we welcome select students into each of the programs after careful review of the required application materials. All prospective graduate students are reviewed by a Graduate Review Committee after the application deadline and are automatically considered for fellowships based on academic merit and creative promise—a separate application for fellowships is not required.

FELLOWSHIPS & ASSISTANTSHIPS

Moore awarded $150,000+ in Graduate Fellowships and Assistantships in 2020. To be eligible for one of these highly competitive opportunities, applicants must submit all materials before the February 1 deadline. 

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Any path is the right path to Moore. And there's no better time than now to join our cohort of artists, educators, community organizers and critical thinkers. Click to get started on your application today!
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