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  • MARK STOCKTON: INDEPENDENT(S) 01/28 '17

    Mark Stockton’s latest work, made specifically for this exhibition, focuses on the radical female voice and the breadth of its interpretation through hand-drawn imagery. Working from photographs of women — including Alice Neel, Gertrude Stein, Georgia O’Keefe, Joan Didion, Kathleen Hanna and Angela Davis — taken exclusively by men, Stockton investigates how the popular is made familiar, rendering intimate portraits in pencil with extraordinary detail. In addition to the introduction of this new...

  • RAIR, THIS IS YOUR LIFE 02/09 '17

    Join The Galleries at Moore for an interactive panel talk where members of the RAIR organization are reintroduced to mystery artists and contributors from their past. Led by moderator and host Dr. Paul Farber, each surprise guest will help excavate and illustrate the organization’s complex impact on the art and people of Philadelphia.  This event is being held in conjunction with RAIR: Filthy Rich – Projects made possible by the waste stream on view at The Galleries at Moore from January 28...

  • Examining Cultures 11/16 '17

    Graduate Students in Moore’s “Examining Cultures” class present a night of performance and actions. This event is part of the Bodyworks exhibition and is FREE and open to the public and will take place in The Levy Gallery for the Arts in Philadelphia. Registration is not required, but if you would like to please click here at register for this event.   

  • In/Out: Ethics, Attention and Intention in Socially-Engaged Art 07/22 '16

    IN/OUT: ETHICS, ATTENTION AND INTENTION IN SOCIALLY-ENGAGED ART CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS EVENT AND TO PURCHASE TICKETS Friday, July 22nd – Saturday, July 23rd

  • Deb Sokolow: All Your Vulnerabilities Will Be Assessed

    A tangle of myth and reality, Deb Sokolow’s text-driven, diagrammatic drawings record the obsessive, inner-dialogue of a nameless, unreliable narrator who speculates on various topics relating to popular culture, politics, conspiracy theory and human nature.  

  • 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 

  • Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: I See Red, Paintings and Prints 1992-2005

    An internationally renowned painter and printmaker of Salish, French-Cree, and Shoshone heritage, Smith was born in 1940 in St. Ignatius, Montana, and raised on the Flathead Reservation. She earned a BA in Art Education from Framingham State College, Massachusetts, and an MFA from the University of New Mexico.  Smith has been awarded three Honorary Doctorates from Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts and Massachusetts College of Art. In addition to lecturing...

  • PECHAKUCHA - PRESENTATIONS BY SENIOR FASHION MAJORS (DAY 2) 12/07 '17

    Come hear Seniors in Moore’s Fashion Design program speak on their practice and inspirations in a series of rapid fire PechaKucha (20 slides - 20 seconds each) style presentations.  Fast paced, fun and informal this event will showcase these students as they get ready for the next phase of their design careers.   This is the second of two events and is FREE and open to the public. 

  • 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.

  • Film Screening @ IHP: Fronterilandia (Frontierland) 10/15 '15

    Experimental Grounds/Unexpected Sources Fronterilandia (Frontierland) dir. Jesse Lerner & Rubén Ortiz-Torres, Mexico/US, 1995, 16mm, 77 min., English & Spanish w/ English subtitles Introduced by series co-curator Walter Forsberg Frontierland juxtaposes nationalist and exoticizing views from both sides of the U.S.- Mexico border in order to dislocate the spaces where these cultures intertwine. The film challenges the common assumption of a border as a fixed entity, as a material divide...

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