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  • Special Lecture by Carrie Mae Weems: Ways and Means 03/23 '18

    This Fabric Workshop and Museum event is co-sponsored by Moore RSVP required; $10 entry fee. Click here to register for this event   The Fabric Workshop and Museum is pleased to present Ways and Means, a special lecture by Carrie Mae Weems. Considered one of the most influential contemporary American artists, Carrie Mae Weems has investigated universal themes such as family relationships and cultural identity for more than 35 years. Her complex body of work incorporates mediums ranging...

  • Building Diverse Universes with Alex Smith at Vox Populi 03/21 '18

    POSTPONED: Due to inclement weather this evet has been postponed. Please check back here for the rescheduled date and time. Join comic book and sci-fi author Alex Smith for a night of diverse and inclusive universe building. Smith will present  on existing tropes in sci-fi and speculative fiction and then lead participants through a writing workshop that will focus on the creation of characters and stories that address issues of exploitation, racism, sexism, homophobia and transphobia....

  • Politics of Exchange: Nasheli Ortiz & Emilio Maldonado 02/17 '18

    Focus on Moore’s Faculty: Nasheli Ortiz & Emilio Maldonado – Politics of Exchange Politics of Exchange is a collaborative project conceived by husband and wife Ortiz and Maldonado and was first exhibited in 2017 at the Cecille R. Hunt Gallery at Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri.    Politics of Exchange explores of the relationship between ownership, property, use, and disposability. It is a reflection about the object, both as a discarded element and as an element of beauty....

  • Robert Indiana: Beyond LOVE 05/07 '18

    Moore College of Art & Design is pleased to partner with the Association for Public Art on its 146th Annual Meeting being held at the College and this lecture by guest speaker Barbara Haskell, curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art.  This is event is free but registration is encouraged. CLICK HERE to register through TicketLeap. CLICK HERE TO READ A FEATURE ON MS HASKELL IN THE MARCH 7, 2018 ISSUE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES  

  • Century 21 Department Store presents FASHION SHOW 2018 05/11 '18

      Watch the above video for a behind-the-scenes look of seniors preparing for the Fashion Show. On Friday, May 11, 2018, we return to the extravagant Annenberg Court at The Barnes Foundation for Moore College of Art & Design’s production of “Century 21 Department Store presents FASHION SHOW 2018.”  This year, you are sure to be wowed by the collections of our Senior fashion designers, preceded by those created by Juniors.  Annenberg Court will be totally reimagined for the event,...

  • Student Show 2018 03/31 '18

    This annual spring exhibition features works by first-year Foundation students, as well as second and third year students majoring in Animation & Game Arts, Art Education, Art History, Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design and Photography + Digital Arts. 

  • Senior Show 2018 04/26 '18

    An annual exhibition featuring work by graduating seniors in culmination of their four years in Moore’s Bachelor of Fine Arts programs, including Animation & Game Arts, Art Education, Art History, Fine Arts, Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design and Photography & Digital Arts Senior Show 2018 invitation design by Kayla Koehler, Graphic Design major


    Featuring work by: Kevin Coyle G Phoebe Durst Ariana Hajdu Tara Kijek Huewayne Watson   Join us Friday, March 30, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm for the Opening Reception and Tuesday, April 10 at 6:30 pm for the “Lived Thesis” student-run event. More about the exhibit: “Collectively, we define process as a series, or set of actions, brought together as a way of making, doing, and confronting conceptual ideas including ancestry, trauma, flow, engagement, abstraction. For us,...


    THIS EVENT IS FOR MOORE STUDENTS ONLY!!! There same workshop will be offered to the public on Saturday, September 23 at 11AM.    The Theatre of the Oppressed (TO) is a network of people that utilize theatre and popular education to dismantle systems of oppression. First developed by Brazilian educator and theatre practitioner Augusto Boal during the 1960s, TO has evolved to promote empathy and social consciousness through the use of participation-based games and theatrical techniques with...

  • The Loomstrument 09/28 '17

      Artists and collaborators Mary Smull and Chris Powell team up to present The Loomstrument – a hybrid loom and music synthesizer that fuses textile and sonic design through performance. For the first time ever during this Bodyworks performance, Smull and Powell will present the sounds of their invention during a Loomstrument concert with special guest artists and musicians.   Mary Smull is a Philadelphia-based artist working with textile as object and action. She uses textile processes...

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