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  • Opening Reception: Fall Shows 09/16 '16

    Join us Friday, September 16 from 5-8 pm for an evening celebrating the opening of our fall exhibitions. Free and open to the public. Altered States: Faculty Triennial Exhibition Showcasing the diversity of work created by the artists and designers that teach at Moore, the 2016 iteration of this tri-annual exhibition includes a curated selection of works in a wide range of media that examine elements of the fantastic, explore transformation and different state of consciousness, are...

  • Film Screening @ IHP: Cómodas mensualidades (Easy Installments) 11/06 '15

    Experimental Grounds/Unexpected Sources Cómodas mensualidades (Easy Installments) dir. Julián Pastor, Mexico, 1992, 35mm, 90 min., Spanish w/ English subtitles   This comedy by veteran filmmaker Julián Pastor is set to the rhythm of the economic turmoil that permeated the whole decade. As we follow the manic pace and urgencies of a young, gullible and hardworking accountant, Pastor offers an accurate portrait of an energetic labor force, a young and ambitious generation that...

  • Drawing On and On (draw-a-thon) 05/21 '16

    Join us as alumni of Moore's MFA in Studio Art graduate program, as well as current and incoming Social & Studio Practices students and faculty, gather in the College's lobby to draw together. Beginning at 1:30pm, the group will create between five and ten works on 9 x 12 sheets of paper, pausing at 4:00pm to collectively review the drawings and select one from each artist to include in a small exhibition that will be installed in Moore's Wilson Gallery. 9 x 12 sheets of paper will be provided...

  • GRADUATE THESIS EXHIBITIONS 08/06 '16

    Featuring final thesis work by candidates in Moore's graduate programs: MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations and MFA in Interior Design.

  • Do It: Opening Reception 09/12 '14

    Join us as we celebrate the opening of do it. Featuring performances by Philadelphia-based artists Kate Watson-Wallace and Helen Hale. Light refreshments, free & open to the public. We will also be celebrating the site-specific installation by Philadelphia sign painter Gibbs Connors. #myshrinkinghead

  • MFA SNEAK PEEK EXHIBITION 08/13 '15

    This exhibition is the first opportunity for the public to see works by candidates in Moore's MFA in Studio Art program. Having just completed an intensive studio residency in Burren, Ireland this summer, they return to show completed works and works-in-progress for their mid-program review.

  • Do It: Family Fun Day 10/18 '14

    Bring the family – and your pets – to Sister Cities Park for a fun-filled day featuring crafts and activities that celebrate our furry friends.  The Galleries will join in the fun as Sister Cities Park celebrates fall with music, family-friendly activities and a salute to everyone's beloved pets. Free hay rides around the park, animal-themed face painting and storytelling, balloon twisting and pumpkins for sale, along with a fall-themed menu from Logan Square Cafe.  Animal rescue...

  • Do It: Rirkrit Tiravanija and Relational Aesthetics 09/18 '14

    Join us for an evening of social relations through food and conversation as we (re)create Rirkrit Tiravanija’s Untitled (1994) – a written instruction for the preparation of Thai green curry paste –and discuss the ideas, implications and debates surrounding relational aesthetics and the social context of art.

  • The Sky's Gone Out 01/24 '15

    Taking Freud’s concept of the uncanny as a starting point, The Sky’s Gone Out explores displacement, horror and anxiety in contemporary visual art, literature, popular culture and design. Featuring work by: BRC Designs/Benjamin Rollins Caldwell Mark Z. Danielewski Gabriela Fridriksdottir Kevin Godley and Lol Créme Barbara | Gongini Dr. Thomas Glendenning Hamilton Karina Jønson Konami Hanna Liden Marianna Mørkøre Chloe Piene

  • Teachers' Night Out at the Galleries 09/24 '13

    When you get a group of teachers together, you’re not just giving them a chance to talk, you’re giving them a place to make things happen! Join us this fall for Teachers’ Night Out, an opportunity for educators to collectively explore, create and discuss ideas for teaching with contemporary art and making learning relevant and accessible for all students. It’s a great way to kick off the school year, meet colleagues and get resources for your classroom. Teachers’ Night Out includes: A guided...

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