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  • Film Screening: The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle 02/28 '14

    (Dir. Julien Temple, Great Britain, 1980, 103 min., English, color) The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle is Sex Pistols’ manager Malcolm McLaren's attempt to write himself into history as the band's creator, manipulator and ideologue, and to steal back from the music industry what he felt it had stolen from rock & roll.  Julien Temple's bizarre and hilarious fictional documentary charts the rise and fall of punk's most notorious band through the eyes of its calculating manager.  Mixing animation and...


    Informed in part by the formal and perceptual qualities of Fra Angelico’s fifteenth-century painting, The Healing of Justinian by Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian, Micah Danges and James Johnson’s window-front installation investigates new ways of making work with tangible, non-photographic materials and celebrates the power of inanimate objects. The project expands Danges’ and Johnson’s mutual interest in the pre-photographic representation of temporality in Renaissance painting, the relationship...

  • Reception | Small... But Not Restricted 02/15 '14

    Join the artists and many other Moore alumni as they celebrate this year's 2014 annual juried exhibition. Light refreshments will be served. Works on view by more than 100 participating artists. Image: Anne Canfield '99, I'm in love with your window, 2013, oil on panel. Courtesy of the artist.

  • Visionary Women: Kathy Butterly & Ann King Lagos 09/14 '13

    Focusing on the work of Moore's Visionary Woman Award recipients for 2013, this exhibition provides insight into the careers of ceramist Kathy Butterly and jewelry designer Ann King Lagos.

  • Focus on: Illustrative Portraiture 01/15 '10

    In this course taught by instructor Ernie Norcia, juniors and seniors at Moore are introduced to the tools and techniques employed by portrait painters and illustrators. Studio work and a selection of serial paintings from an assignment focused on facial features are included. The Galleries at Moore Philadelphia Wall

  • Nadia Hironaka & Matt Suib: Ascension (with cat) 06/27 '14

    Philadelphia artists Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib explore the gestural possibilities of an abstract expressionist, all-overness within moving images. Ascension (with Cat) utilizes generic stock footage and objects from the artists' studio, including their cat, to create a collage that is simultaneously filmic and animated.


    Experience a live storytelling competition with Philadelphia Youth writers and 6th grade students from Harding Middle School! The writers have composed stories in reponse to movie posters that were created by Harding students during the 8-week project with Sclavi and Lewis. After developing alter-ego characters and collaborative movie plots, the characters were brought to life during a day-long professional photo shoot at Harding. Those images have been turned into large-format posters by Moore...

  • Opening Reception | Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk 01/24 '14

    Join us for a reception celebrating the opening of Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk. Light refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public. A survey of the extraordinary diversity of punk and post-punk graphic design, Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk features several hundred posters, flyers, fanzines, handbills, record sleeves and other graphic ephemera from the collection of Andrew Krivine. Emerging in the mid-1970s, punk was truly popular culture on the...

  • Pulling Shapes: Modern Furniture and Modern Ideas 07/11 '13

    Join artists Suzanne Seesman and Matt Spahr as they discuss the ideas and desires that drove modern furniture design.  Matt Spahr is an artist based in Richmond, Virginia and adjunct faculty member in the Art Foundation Program at Virginia Commonwealth University.

  • Philosophy Puppet Show (The Adult Edition) 06/27 '13

    Join artists Matt Kalasky and Suzanne Seesman as they reinterpret a philosophical dialogue for adults through puppetry.  Matt Kalasky is the director and chief editor of The St. Claire, a Philadelphia-based arts organization and publication.

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