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  • Mark C. Martinez: Arena

    Informed by the urban vernacular of Northeast Philadelphia, Mark C. Martinez’s installation environment 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.

  • Guerrilla Girls Talk Back, A Retrospective: 1985-1991

    The Goldie Paley Gallery is pleased to present "Guerrilla Girls Talk Back, A Retrospective: 1985-1991," an exhibition of posters, banners, audiotapes, videotapes, and films that document the activities of this anonymous group of gorilla-masked women. Functioning as the "conscience of the artworld," Guerrilla Girls covered the walls of lower Manhattan with broadsides calling attention to sexual and racial discrimination in museums and galleries. Although the Guerrilla Girls are no doubt known to...

  • 2014

    JUMPSTART: RUNWAY OF BROTHERLY LOVE November 8 - December 13, 2014 The concept for this year's Jumpstart Fashion Show was inspired by the Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love exhibition currently on view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Many of Kelly's designs reflect his love of Paris; for this exhibition students were inspired by the city of Philadelphia.    DO IT September 13 – December 6, 2014 What would happen if an exhibition never stopped? This is precisely what artists...

  • The Language of Michael Graves

    An exhibition of architectural drawings, models, furniture, fabrics, etchings, sketches from notebooks, and renderings for product designs.

  • 2006

    Faculty Drawing Show November 15, 2006 – January 15, 2007   Graphic Design Faculty: Dorothy Funderwhite November 16 – January 16, 2006   Moore College of Art & Design: 4 Alumnae Exhibitions October 12 - November 15, 2006 Works by Laura Graham (Class of 2003), Darla Jackson (Class of 2003), Kathy Halton (Class of 1975), and Michelle Wilson (Class of 2000).   Philadelphia Selections 6 October 10 – December 10, 2006 Guest curators: Thora Jacobson, Mary Ellen Mark, and Linda...

  • 321Go: Bike Polo Portraits

    Bike polo has been around since the 1890s. Today it is played all over the world. In the early 2000s in Seattle, Modern Hardcourt Bike Polo was born. Played on asphalt courts and parking lots in cities throughout the country, it has become a sport embraced by bike messengers, bike-shop employees and assorted cycling enthusiasts who have transformed it from its prim beginnings to a rough-and-tumble sport. The exhibition features portraits by Cecily Upton, Brooklyn-based photographer who has...

  • Current

    NOT READY TO MAKE NICE: GUERRILLA GIRLS IN THE ARTWORLD AND BEYOND On view January 20 – March 17, 2018 A major presentation of the Guerrilla Girls collective, this exhibition illuminates and contextualizes the important past and ongoing work of these highly original, provocative and influential artists who champion feminism and social change. A selection of the group’s most iconic campaigns and actions from the 80’s and 90’s foregrounds their most daring and rarely seen international...

  • Opportunities

    In addition to providing access to art, artists, scholars and professionals in the art and design field, The Galleries provide enriching ways to get involved. Learn more about ways to contribute and become immersed in contemporary art through our programs and gain a deeper understanding of the inner workings of a professional contemporary art gallery.   VOLUNTEER Become a volunteer and play an important role in The Galleries - provide vital support by leading docent tours, staffing special...

  • 16 Projects / 4 Artists

    November 7 –11, 1977: Michelle Stuart January 23 – 27, 1978: Laurie Anderson March 6 –10, 1978: William Wegman May 22 – 26, 1978: Dennis Oppenheim This cooperative workshop and exhibition program consisted of sending four prominent contemporary artists to four schools during the 1977-78 academic year.  The four institutions included California State University at Long Beach; Moore College of Art; University of New Mexico Albuquerque; and Wright State University.  During their one-week...

  • Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk

    EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NOW AVAILABLE FOR SALE CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE    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;j; , 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 margins, with new ideas germinating out of a sense of urgency and seemingly random...

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