• Emily Whynott MFA in progress installation of cake sculptures displayed on a table
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    — by Emily Whynott MFA ’23

    Emily Whynott is a second-year MFA student in the Socially Engaged Art program. Her studio practice uses commonplace materials to create wonky, imperfect sculptures. Her work explores the idea of how food can be used to forge connection and conversation. Emily’s MFA in Progress exhibit is on view November 12–19 in The Galleries at Moore.

  • Blake Bradford
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    The Moore community is saddened to learn of the passing of Blake Bradford, a beloved arts advocate and educator.

  • "The Neverlands" Laura Walters on a gallery wall with two black and white photographs next to it
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    — by Laura Walters MFA ’23

    Laura Walters is a second-year MFA student in the Socially Engaged Art program. She is a photographer and mixed-media artist who has lived in the Philadelphia area for over 30 years. Her work explores the rich inner lives of children left to their own imaginations in the wilds of New Jersey. Laura's MFA in Progress exhibition is on view October 29–November 5 in The Galleries at Moore.

  • This is NOT Satire Jenny Yim exhibition, Mac computer screen
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    — by Jenny Yim MFA ’23

    Jenny Yim is a second-year MFA student in the Socially Engaged Art program. She is an interdisciplinary artist based in Philadelphia. Her work embodies themes of social media propaganda, contemporary capitalism and government affairs. Jenny's MFA in Progress exhibit is on view October 15–22 in The Galleries at Moore.

  • National Portfolio Day 2022 Graphic
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    — by Madina Nakashima, Admissions Counselor & Sierra Conniff, Transfer Admissions Counselor

    To get ready for National Portfolio Day on November 6, two of Moore’s admissions counselors put together their top advice for students preparing their portfolio for review!

  • Mockup of a bus ad for the Kensington Clean brand identity project
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    — by Jordan Cameron, Marketing & Communications Specialist

    “Being part of the Kensington Clean campaign gave me strength and confidence as a designer and also as an activist and advocate.”

  • Thumbnail for a video with text on one side that reads: Master of Arts in Socially Engaged Studio Art Alumni Panel. The other side has headshots of the five people on the panel.
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    — by Daniel Tucker, Associate Professor & Director of Socially Engaged & Studio Art

    Learn about Moore’s MA in Socially Engaged Art directly from alumni of the program in this panel discussion.

  • A closeup photo of Carolina Marín Hernández enclosed in a circle graphic made of a gradient of the Moore brand colors (green, turqoise, yellow, orange, light blue)
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    — by Jordan Cameron, Marketing & Communications Specialist

    “It was truly humbling and affirming to have received the leadership prize as it recognizes my role as a community advocate.”

  • Photo of Jess Williams holding a camera to their face, photographing a musician performing on a stage. The photo has a color gradient overlaid, save for a circle around Jess, acting as a spotlight around them.
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    — by Jordan Cameron, Marketing & Communications Specialist

    “The YAW courses that I took...are the cement foundation of my artistic being.”

  • Posted
    — by Jordan Cameron, Marketing & Communications Specialist

    The long-awaited Fashion Show made its return to the Barnes Foundation on Friday, May 13.