Philadelphia, PA (January 9, 2023) — The Galleries at Moore will present All Aboard: 2023 Faculty Triennial from Friday, January 20 through Saturday, March 18 with an opening reception on Friday, January 20 from 5–7 pm. The exhibition presents over 60 works by 47 faculty members that demonstrate the ideas, issues, and inquiries that Moore’s talented instructors are currently exploring in their professions as artists and educators.
“Moore College of Art & Design is proud to bring together the work of our talented faculty members for the highly anticipated 2023 iteration of our Faculty Triennial,” said Cathy Young, president of Moore College of Art & Design. “The triennial exhibition presents a unique opportunity to showcase the diverse artistic abilities of Moore’s accomplished educators, as well as their ever-evolving creative interests and studies, which also inform the College's innovative art and design curriculum and, in turn, our students' learning experience.”
The exhibition, which occupies every exhibition space at the Galleries at Moore, features new and recent projects, all produced within the last three years.
2023 EXHIBITION PARTICIPANTS:
Gina Altadonna, Jon Appel, Andrea Beizer, Tegan Bellitta, Jen Cram, Jazmyn Crosby, Jeff Dion, Carmel Dor, Elaine Erne, Dorothy Funderwhite, Robert Goodman, Asuka Goto, Jacob Hammes, Rich Harrington, Douglas Herren, James Johnson, Kartrina Kopeloff, Joe Kulka, Lisa Jungmin Lee, Alicia Link, John McDaniel, Gigi McGee, Joyce Millman, Addison Namnoum, Tara O’Brien, Alice Oh, Lynn Palewicz, Keun Ho Park, Maureen Pelta, Maya Pindyckc, Christina Rosso-Schneider, Gene Anthony Santiago-Holt, Ornella Santoni, Perry Santulli, Zack Simonson, Ashley Smith, David Soffa, Emmanuela Soria Ruiz, Lauren Stichter, Daniel Tucker, Heather Ujiie, Daniel Velasco, Kimberly Voigt, Jonathan Wallis, Stephen Wood, Ashley York, Alyssa Zebovitz
“Each and every day, Moore students are inspired by lessons learned from our faculty in the classroom," said Gabrielle Lavin Suzenski, Rochelle F. Levy director and chief curator of the Galleries at Moore. "Through this exhibition, we hope to bring these lessons to life—for both our students and the public—by showcasing the talents of the individuals who are shaping the next generation of art and design professionals.”
The triennial exhibition will feature an accompanying schedule of ongoing and one-time public programs, conceived by teaching faculty, to provide insight into the work of both the makers who prepare Moore’s students for careers in art and design.
Programming designed in conjunction with the 2023 Faculty Triennial includes:
- Opening Reception: Friday, January 20, 5–7 pm
- Multimedia Performance with Gene Anthony Santiago-Holt: Friday, February 3, 6 pm
- Artist as Researcher Panel Discussion: Wednesday, February 8, 10:30 am
- Color Pigment through the Ages: Art at Lunch with Alice Oh: Wednesday, March 1, 11:30 am
- Screening of Jon Appel’s Film R.E.S.T. and Q&A: Date and Time TBD
- Rich Harrington Artist Talk on his Cross-Country Road Trip: Date and Time TBD
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Image: Jacob Hammes, Once, 2022, resin, wood, metal and mixed media with electronics. Adjunct: Foundations.