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  • Philagrafika 2010: Meet the Artists Brunch 01/29 '10

    We welcome you to see the site-specific installations on view at Moore as part of Philagrafika 2010: The Graphic Unconscious by artists Gunilla Klingberg, Virgil Marti, Paul Morrison, Betsabee Romero and Regina Silveira. Meet the artists who have traveled from near and far to realize their projects. Join Lorie Mertes, Rochelle F. Levy Director & Chief Curator of The Galleries and artists Gunilla Klingberg, Virgil Marti and Regina Silveira for an informal gallery talk and tour. Free and...

  • CfEVA: Introduction '10 - Reception 02/03 '10

    Join the Center for Emerging Visual Artists and their Career Development Program in celebrating their annual exhibition that recognizes their 2010 fellows. Introduction '10 features the artwork of these Philadelphia-region artists: Noah Addis Christine Elfman Laureen Griffin Jordan Griska Mikhail Gubin Ana B. Hernandez Allison Kaufman Tim Portlock Bohyun Yoon Widener Memorial Foundation Gallery

  • Alumnae Exhibition Reception & Gallery Talk 02/19 '10

    Reception celebrating Elemental/Ornamental with works by Moore Alumnae Jill Bonovitz '71, Mary Judge '75 and Deborah Warner '69. 6:30 pm - Gallery Talk on transcendence through pattern and ornamentation with the artists in the exhibition and Craig Wallen, owner and director of Gallery 51 and specialist in antique textiles from around the world. Moderated by Lorie Mertes, Rochelle F. Levy Director/Chief Curator. The Galleries at Moore Widener Memorial Foundation Gallery

  • The Galleries at Moore - Open House 03/21 '10

    All Galleries will be open to the public, free of charge.

  • 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

  • Curating & Risk: A Day of Conversations 03/13 '10

    Curating and Risk: A Day of Conversations is the fifth in a series of public conversations about issues and ideas in contemporary curatorial practice. Through a series of grouped conversations with a roster of distinguished panelists, we will examine multiple ways in which curatorial activities can interrogate and engage risk. In this time of insecurities, rather than turning toward safety, what is a risky project/idea—financial, political, artistic, intellectual, aesthetic, moral,...

  • Focus on: Digital Print Design for Fashion and Textiles 02/18 '10

    In this course taught by professor Heather Ujiie, computers are used as a design tool for fashion and textile majors. The Galleries at Moore Philadelphia Wall

  • Art Education Department presents: Art of Student Teaching 02/23 '10

    Moore's Art Education Department presents their annual exhibition of student works. Participating schools include: Alexander Wilson Elementary School, Groveland Elementary School, Maritime Academy Charter School, Pennsbury High School East, Philadelphia Performing Arts Charter School, R.C. Molina Elementary School, Russell Byers Charter School, Springfield High School, Urban Promise. The Galleries at Moore Reception: Sunday, February 28, 1 - 3 pm Widener Memorial...

  • NET Nights: Building a Creative Life as a Teaching Artist 03/19 '10

    6:30 pm – Conversation with a range of working artists to learn how their role as an arts educator enhances and sustains their creative lives. Teaching artists participating in the conversation include: Teaching artists participating in the conversation include: Barbara Bickart, a filmmaker and multiple recipient of the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation's Artist and Communities grants whose work often engages communities in telling their stories; Beth Nixon, a visual and...

  • Reception - NCECA 2010: Earth Matters 04/02 '10

    The Galleries at Moore are hosting Earth Matters the 2010 NCECA Invitational Exhibition from March 13 to April 10, 2010. The exhibition is presented in conjunction with the 44th Annual National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference being held in Philadelphia in early 2010. Featuring 50 ceramic works by 28 artists from the US and abroad, Earth Matters offers a challenging and thought-provoking artistic experience, as viewers are encouraged to confront environmental issues...

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