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  • FIVE INTO ONE 05/31 '14

    Lecture & Presentation: Friday, June 6 at 6pm | Reception to follow, 7-8:30 pm Hosted annually by Moore and organized by Philadelphia Sculptors, 5 Into 1 features work by recent graduates from BFA and MFA programs at five Philadelphia art & design schools. Participating artists from the following schools include, Moore College of Art & Design: Lucy Heurich, Veronica Perez ; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: Eric Clark, Matthew Herzog; Tyler School of Art: Larkin Dugan, Theresa Sterner;...

  • MORDECHAI ANIELEWICZ CREATIVE ARTS COMPETITION AND EXHIBITION 05/29 '14

    The Mordechai Anielewicz Creative Arts Competition, now in its 39th year, provides students in grades 7-12 of all religious and ethnic backgrounds with an opportunity to respond to the Holocaust and its related issues through creative expression.  RECEPTION & AWARD CEREMONY: Monday, June 2 from 7-9pm

  • So Far Away: Live Skype Oracle Reading + Teary-aoke 07/18 '14

    Join The Galleries for an evening of clairvoyance and torch songs with Interchange artists Sophiel Aurora (UK) and Casey Droege (Pittsburgh).  The night will begin with Aurora performing a live group oracle reading via Skype, followed by Teary-oke, a sad-song karaoke session hosted by Droege and karaoke jockey Nicole Pianella.  Audience members will be able to select their favorite sad songs from a full library of ballads, and one lucky participant will take home the coveted, crowd-appointed...

  • More Than Words: The Uncanny Visual Presence of Mark Z. Danielewski’s "House of Leaves" 02/25 '15

    Join us for an exploration of the mysterious and uncanny realm of visual literature led by Temple doctoral candidate Brad Elicker.  From David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest to Jennifer Egan’s chapter of Powerpoint slides in A Visit from the Goon Squad, visual literature disrupts the familiar linear format of books by employing visual and structural mechanics that create a completely different (and sometimes unsettling) experience of reading.  Using Mark Z. Danielewski’s novel House of Leaves...

  • DO IT 09/13 '14

    What would happen if an exhibition never stopped? This is precisely what artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier, and curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, asked themselves in a Paris café in 1993. To test the idea, they invited twelve artists to propose artworks based on written instructions that can be openly interpreted every time they are presented. Since then, hundreds of artists have been invited to submit instructions, and versions of do it have been presented in over fifty venues...

  • IN CONVERSATION: MARK C. MARTINEZ & KEN LUM 03/03 '15

    Join The Galleries at Moore as Temple professor Philip Glahn leads artists Mark C. Martinez and Ken Lum in a conversation about their mutual influences and inspirations.  Informed by the urban vernacular of Northeast Philadelphia, Martinez’s installation at The Galleries is a metafictional space where the constructs of cultural and personal identity are mined and challenged, and the politics of public and private space are played out. Martinez received an MFA in Painting from the Tyler...

  • Film al Fresco | Video Loop 06/12 '14

    Also on view throughout the summer: a selection of new works on video by Philadelphia-area artists and filmmakers, including Tyler Kline, Christopher McManus, Kristen Mills, Theresa Sterner and Misha Wylie.

  • IMAGINATION INVASION: PUBLIC RECEPTION 01/30 '14

    Meet the artists and see the final works created as part of Imagination Invasion From Planet Space: A Triple  Feature. The exhibition, on view from January 21–February 4, will feature all three large-format movie posters, original movie scripts, and video interviews and in-process photographs with participating students and artists.

  • Cindy Stockton Moore: CONSCIOUSNESS AND REVOLT 01/24 '15

    A temporary monument to ongoing struggle, Cindy Stockton Moore's large-scale, site-specific wall drawing offers a glimpse into the tenuous relationship between the figure and its environment.

  • Joel Katz: And I Said No Lord 01/21 '14

    An exhibition of black-and-white photographs taken by Philadelphia-based designer Joel Katz during the ‘Mississippi Summer’ of 1964, at the height of the civil rights movement. RECEPTION WITH JOEL KATZ Friday, March 7 at 5:30pm 

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