Drop-in visitors are welcome Monday through Saturday, between the hours of 11am-5pm—come see our exhibitions in person!



Looking back on 2020, what are the objects that you associate with the events of that tumultuous year? From July 31 - August 28, Philadelphia-based artist Kay Healy will showcase her handmade fiber art in an experimental installation. On view 24/7 in our storefront window gallery on Race Street, "Pile" presents over one hundred screen printed, painted, and stuffed fabric objects that represent the complexities and cacophonous nature of 2020.


“From March to June: At Home with Essential Workers” is a continuation of the artist's process using visual and embodied performative practices to create alternatives in archiving history. Reminiscent of the work of Anna Deavere Smith and Martha Wilson, Grullón combines performative traditions with her own practices in photography and video in her ongoing interdisciplinary exploration and critiques of the politics of presence, arguing for the inclusion of disenfranchised communities in political and social spheres.


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).


This exhibition is now closed, but the virtual presentation is still live—link below. Featuring work from Australia, Austria, England, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway Russia, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States, this international selection brings together over one hundred rings that demonstrate the artists’ wide-ranging expressions through a variety of aesthetic and conceptual ideas.


This year we decided to organize a virtual version of the annual juried exhibition because of the ongoing uncertainties around reopening to the public. The show was juried by recent graduate Claire Eide, MA in Socially Engaged Art. Image: Dori Spector ‘78, "TOPAZ,” 2020, mixed media.


Featuring the culminating thesis work of Moore's BFA students in all majors including Animation & Game Arts, Art Education, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Foundation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design and Photography. Image: Brooke Friend, "Ethereal," 2021, acrylic paint, photography and digital illustration collage, 11 x 8.5 in.


We are open again! Our only restriction is that we ask guests to wear a mask and try their best to follow social distancing procedures during the visit to campus.

Our gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 11am-5pm. No reservation needed—walk-ins welcome!

Absolutely NO food or drink is permitted.

All visitors over the age of two are required to wear a mask. Your mask must fit snugly around the mouth and nose. Face masks are also required of all Moore's students, faculty, and staff while on campus.

Your visit will be self-guided through our four main gallery spaces on the ground floor. 

Temperature checks will be required at the main entrance to the College. There is a self-service kiosk that you'll use upon entry. Visitors exhibiting a temperature of 100.4 °F (37 °C) or higher will not be admitted.

You'll notice additional sanitizing stations throughout the facilities, along with an increase in housekeeping activities on campus, in an effort to promote healthy spaces.


Can't make it to campus to see the show in-person? Not to worry, you can view the entire exhibition from the comfort of your home! "Walk" through more than 6,500 square feet of gallery space and see how Moore's seniors in all majors have presented their thesis work on our walls. This tour is self-guided—be sure to read the details and click the hyperlinks to see animations, games, artwork details, and more!

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