Image: Jill Bell, Cups Series (installation view), 2024, porcelain, $55 each, click here to shop. Courtesy of the artist.



Alumni Gallery: Jill Bell

Featuring new and recent works by Moore alumna Jill Bell '96, this exhibition presents the artist's playful ceramic figures that exist among one another in an imaginary world full of color and texture.

Faculty Highlights

Presenting a small selection of works by faculty celebrating recently completed sabbaticals, fellowships, and other research-based projects. Image: Richard A. Harrington.

(Re)FOCUS: Then & Now

An exhibition in two-parts, this presentation both honors the 1974 moment that galvanized the city around the importance of the feminist movement in art & design and showcases the work of Philadelphia-based artists who identify as women, nonbinary, and gender-nonconforming. Image: Wit López.

Nutcracker Garments

"Reimagining a Holiday Classic: Costume Designs Inspired by The Nutcracker" is an exhibition of Moore's student-made garments presented in collaboration with the Philadelphia Ballet.


"Black Holes & Rabbit Holes" closed on March 20. If you didn't make it to Moore's campus to see the show in person, no worries! You can explore the historic exhibition virtually. For the very first time, we turned over all of Moore's ground floor gallery spaces to a single artist. This mid-career retrospective placed a medley of Lowe's existing works—alongside never-before-seen projects—into newly imagined tableaus. Inspired by Moore's architecture and defined by its structural limitations, the exhibition invited viewers to experience a wholly immersive invasion of the artist’s large-scale constructed forms.

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