Out of concern for public health and safety issues related to COVID-19, and in accordance with Moore College of Art & Design's guidelines, The Galleries are now tentatively closed to the public until further notice. All internal programs and public events scheduled to take place have been canceled or reimagined in a virtual space. As new information becomes available, any changes will be communicated through social media and our website.

Our thoughts now are on those who have been affected by this global crisis and on those in our Philadelphia community who are feeling its impacts—please be safe and take care of yourselves and one another. For up-to-date information about the College's COVID-19 response plan, please visit moore.edu/coronavirus.

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN OUR SPACES

ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS: JONATHAN SANTORO

In reexamining "The Wizard of Oz" through the lens of both personal and cultural memory, Santoro's installation transforms Dorothy’s oddly matched companions into an assortment of visual misnomers and objects associated with suburban lawn décor, property protection, and spectated punishment. Our Window on Race becomes both a voyeuristic stage and a security arena—on view 24/7.

AICAD FELLOWS: SERA BOENO & TATIANA GÓMEZ

Featuring the work of two artists, Boeno and Gómez, who recently participated in the AICAD Post-Graduate Teaching Fellowship program through one-year faculty appointments here at Moore. This program provides significant professional practice opportunities to high-achieving graduate alumni who recently completed their Masters studies at one of 39 leading art & design schools in the US and Canada.

VIRTUAL: MFA/MA THESIS EXHIBITION

Featuring work by graduates in Moore's MFA in Socially Engaged Studio Art (Sara Kleinert and Chelsey Webber-Brandis) and MA in Socially Engaged Art (Camille O'Connor) programs. See their thesis projects online, view their CVs, business cards, and contact our graduates for professional opportunities at moorethesis.com.

VIRTUAL: SENIOR SHOW 2020

An annual exhibition featuring work by graduating seniors in culmination of their four years in Moore’s Bachelor of Fine Arts programs, including Animation & Game Arts, Art Education, Art History, Fine Arts, Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design and Photography & Digital Arts. See their thesis projects online, view their CVs, business cards, and contact our graduates for professional opportunities at moorethesis.com.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Here & There: Alumni Invitational Exhibition

January – March, 2021

Here & There highlights the work of six alumni whose artistic practices explore themes of "place." Through painting, photography, sculpture, and community engagement, the exhibition presents a variety of ways to understand how artists question, embrace, and interact with their surroundings. Featuring projects by Anne Canfield ’99 (BFA), Robin Dintiman ’72 (BFA), Naomieh Jovin ’17 (BFA), Michelle Angela Ortiz ’00 (BFA), Laura Petrovich-Cheney ’11 (MFA), and Rachel Wallis ’16 (MA).

Postponed: Rings!

Dates TBD in 2021

Due to complications related to the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 SNAG (Society of North American Goldsmiths) Conference has been canceled.

The RINGS! exhibition will now take place in May-June of next year. Check back later in 2020 for more details. These dates are tentative.

RINGS! offers a glimpse into the boundless creative freedom revealed within the ring form. This international selection brings together over one hundred rings that demonstrate the artists’ wide-ranging expressions through a variety of aesthetic and conceptual ideas. From the traditional techniques of metalsmithing to avant-garde materials and approaches, the rings on view will offer a new examination of the cultural, political, and personal meanings of the ring itself. Countries represented in the exhibition: Australia, Austria, England, Germany, India, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. Organized by Helen Drutt, researched by Elizabeth Essner with assistance from Colleen Terrell.

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