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  • Shizu Saldamando: All Tomorrow’s Parties 10/13 '12

    Shizu Saldamando’s work proposes a decidedly contemporary take on portraiture, in which the conventional constructs of identity are challenged by layering signifiers and hybrid meanings that hint at the complexity of ethnicity, race, class and gender.

  • Joel Katz Artist Lecture 02/25 '14

    We welcome Joel Katz back to Moore to talk about his experiences as a photographer and designer. As a Yale senior, Philadelphia-based graphic designer Joel Katz photograped the people of Mississippi during thegreat civil rights effort of Freedom Summer, 1964. This exhibition of black and white photographs, And I Said No Lord, captures images of hope and hate that are still fresh 50 years later. Exhibition on view in Graham Gallerythrough March 15.

  • Film al Fresco / Program IV 07/26 '14

    Tonight's program is a series of eight shorts including: Alles Nahe Werde Fern ( 1 min. 33 sec.) / Doom Jazz ( 1 min. 4 sec.) / Physical Dialogic ( 58 sec.) | Tyler Kline Three animated shorts depicting tone impressions of memory, lineage and longing.  Memory Untitled (2 min. 30 sec.) | Naomi Levine This experimental documentary recounts the filmmaker's unsettling recurring dream about a childhood friend through a mix of 16mm reversal footage and photographs.  Seeing in the Dark (12 min....

  • Liminal Sites: 2013 Faculty Triennial Exhibition 10/26 '13

    A tri-annual exhibition showcasing the diversity of work being produced by Moore College of Art & Design’s faculty. Participating artists include: Stefan Abrams, Alessandro Codagnone (Lovett/Codagnone), Terri Saulin Frock, Robert Goodman, Asuka Goto, Alexis Granwell, Jim Johnson, Jay Haon, Stephanie Koenig, Andrea Landau, Andrea Miller, Alice Oh, Lynn Elizabeth Palewicz, Sreshta Rit Premnath and Cindy Stockton-Moore

  • Faculty Lecture: Sheetal Prajapati & Elaine Erne 10/20 '16

      In conjunction with Altered States: 2016 Faculty Triennial, exhibiting artists Sheetal Prajapati and Elaine Erne present on their practice, work, and projects. 

  • Moore Presents: A Pop Up Party 10/14 '15

    Moore is pleased to present an evening of live music with Brooklyn-based Jarana Beat and an informal reception with light refreshments. Presented as part of DesignPhiladelphia, the performance celebrates an exhibition of Moore's student and faculty work created in response to The Galleries at Moore’s exhibition Strange Currencies: Art & Action in Mexico City, 1990-2000. The student work will feature poster designs and animated projections while the faculty work will be an assortment of media...

  • THE GALLERIES ARE CLOSED / THANKSGIVING 11/27 '14

    We will reopen Monday, December 1st at 11am and resume regular gallery hours. Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving...

  • 5 INTO 1 (EXHIBITION) 06/04 '16

    Hosted annually by Moore and organized by Philadelphia Sculptors, 5 Into 1 features work by recent graduates from BFA and MFA programs at five Philadelphia art & design schools. Participating schools include, Moore College of Art & Design, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Tyler School of Art, University of Pennsylvania and The University of the Arts. Opening reception: Friday, June 3, 2016, 7 – 8:30 pm Free presentation preceding the opening reception by Ellen Owens, Merle-Smith Director...

  • Graduate Thesis Exhibition 08/08 '15

  • NAVIGATING CITYWIDE: A PANEL DISCUSSION 11/13 '13

    A panel discussion exploring the potential futures of artist-run activity. Moderated by Richard Torchia and featuring distinguished speakers Salem Collo-Julin, Matthew Higgs, Kaytie Johnson and Nicola Trezzi. For more information about CITYWIDE, visit them on the web here.

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