Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, June 3 at 5:30pm.
Featuring recent works by Moore alumni, the selections on view in this year’s exhibition represent a variety of degree programs including Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Illustration, Photography & Digital Arts and Textile Design, among others. Showcasing a wide variety of mediums and skill sets, this presentation includes over twenty-five artworks that, together, provoke contemplation of a dystopian future. Though some works document reality, others are the result of imaginative abstraction and creative vision where people, animals and objects become mysterious creatures in their own landscapes.
Curated by Robert Chaney, Director of Curatorial Affairs, ICA Philadelphia and Tory Savery, Founding Director, Savery Gallery, Philadelphia.
Artists in the exhibition: Joan A. Becker '69, Alli Black '93, Susan E. Blair ‘66, Bridgett M. Bonn-Wagner '08, Jill Bonovitz '74, Diana Clauss '78, Alicia Cohen '84, Courtney Coolbaugh '11, Marianne Dalton '78, Robin A Dintiman '72, Carol Durham ’65, Gwendolyn T. Gatto '87, Sandi-Jo Gordon '66, Ellen Grenell '82, Patricia A. Griffin '89, Barbara Groh ‘70, Elizabeth Hautau Karp ‘90, Robyn King '88, Julie Miller '68, Danika Notar ‘92, Lori Pedrick '95, Jett Ulaner Sarachek '69, Kathleen Shaver ‘83, Michelle Sherman '15, Tula Telfair ’84, Lindsay M. Waibel '10, Helen Webster '15, Alison M. Williams '07, Marie Wolfington-Jones ’77, Cheryl Zamulinsky ‘07
Image: Tula Telfair, Civilization Could Not Do Without It, 2014, oil on canvas (detail). © Tula Telfair, courtesy of Forum Gallery, New York, NY