Each year, students in Moore's MFA program exhibit work that has grown out of their first year with influences drawn from their personal research and experience moving through the program’s curriculum. Courses in material research have exposed them to a wide range of making, practical classes have taken them into the city’s cultural offerings and opened up how artists organize, and seminars in art history and ethics have posed questions and provided context for their explorations moving forward.
From October 24 – October 31, The Galleries presents the work of Ashley Gunter. Gunter is a visual artist born and raised in Washington, D.C. She has exhibited her work in New York City, the Washington metropolitan area and Europe. Her collective work explores self-acceptance and intersectionality. She currently resides in Philadelphia.
IMAGE: Ashley Gunter, Holding Space, 2019, Kanekalon and wood. Courtesy of the artist.