• Artwork by Makaela Ramirez ’21, featured on the tote bags given out at New Student Orientation
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    — by Aliyah Nelson, Director of Student Life, Diversity & Inclusion

    Spring 2022 New Student Orientation was a success, with a wide array of programming and events for new students.

  • Group photo of the 2021 Fellowship recipients
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    — by Shakeyia N. Kersey, Director of the Locks Career Center

    The 2021 Student Fellowship Presentations were held on December 2, 2021, providing awardees an opportunity to speak about their experiences, and interested students a chance to learn more about the program.

  • A colorful mural featuring a large bright yellow flower, an orange butterfly, a bumblebee, and other smaller insects and flowers all around.
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    — by Leah Comiskey, Education & Public Engagement Coordinator, The Galleries at Moore

    A reflection on Arte pa'l Barrio—a community-led art program in collaboration with Moore College of Art & Design and Norris Square Community Alliance.

  • Headshot of Jesse Pires
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    — by Jordan Cameron, Marketing & Communications Specialist

    For our new Film & Digital Cinema Q&A series, we’re asking local film industry leaders and influencers to share their excitement about the program and tell us more about why Philadelphia is a great place for film and cinema. Next up: Jesse Pires, director and curator of Lightbox Film Center at University of the Arts.

  • A bright yellow table with colorful art supplies spread across it, showing the hands of Black children sitting around the table creating art.
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    — by Destiny Garner

    Destiny Garner is a second-year MFA student in the Socially Engaged Studio Art Program. Her MFA in Progress exhibition will be on view December 4–11 in the Galleries at Moore.

  • Headshot of Stephanie Ayanian
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    — by Jordan Cameron, Marketing & Communications Specialist

    For our new Film & Digital Cinema Q&A series, we’re asking local film industry leaders and influencers to share their excitement about the program and tell us more about why Philadelphia is a great place for film and cinema. We next sat down to chat with Stephanie Ayanian from Storyshop LLC.

  • Students gather in Fox Commons for Uncomfortable Talks: Microaggressions presentation
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    — by Aliyah Nelson, Director of Student Life, Diversity & Inclusion

    Moore College of Art & Design’s Diversity Committee hosted a community discussion titled “Uncomfortable Talks: Microaggressions” on November 18, 2021 in Fox Commons.

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    — by Dafna Steinberg

    Dafna Steinberg is a 2nd-year MFA student in the Socially Engaged Studio Art program. She is a lens-based artist originally from Washington, DC. Her work embodies themes such as grief, personal intimacy and gender. Dafna’s MFA in Progress exhibit is on view November 20–30 in The Galleries at Moore.

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    — by Jordan Cameron, Marketing & Communications Specialist

    For our new Film & Digital Cinema Q&A series, we’re asking local film industry leaders and influencers to share their excitement about the program and tell us more about why Philadelphia is a great place for film and cinema. The latest installment: Melanie Silva and Davecia Horton from Afresh Collective.

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    — by Katy Molinaro

    Katy Molinaro is a 2nd-year MFA student in the Socially Engaged Art program. They are an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Philadelphia. Katy's MFA in Progress exhibition is on view November 6-13 in The Galleries at Moore.

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