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  • Mattie Brice: Play Artist, Design Researcher & Educator 02/21 '18

    Join The Galleries as we welcome play artist and design researcher Mattie Brice as she presents on her interdisciplinary body of work investigating games, politics, and social networks. This event is in conjunction with the exhibition Not Ready To Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls In The Artworld And Beyond on view until March 17. ... Mattie Brice is an artist and design researcher working with play and games to engage social issues and create new cultural practices. Her approach is...

  • Kara Springer in conversation with Imani Roach 02/15 '18

      THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Due to unexpected circumstances this event will not take place. For those who still wish to view the installation the gallery will remain open during the planned event time. If you have any questions or would like more info on this installation please contact Matt Kalasky at mkalasky@moore.edu ... Join The Galleries as we host a conversation between Kara Springer and Imani Roach. This event is in conjunction with Springer’s installation, Ten Days...

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    Be sure to join The Galleries at Moore for all of our public programs and events.  All events are free and open to the public and will take place at the Moore College of Art and Design unless otherwise noted.  Contact Education and Public Engagement Coordinator, Matt Kalasky with questions at mkalasky@moore.edu or 215 965 4045   Be sure to join The Galleries at Moore for all of our public programs and events.  All events are free and open to the public and will take place at the Moore...

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

    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. Participants should bring their favorite writing tools and ideas for intergalactic / inter dimensional / temporal exploration....

  • 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....

  • MOORE EXCLUSIVE: THE THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED: OCCUPY THE GALLERY 09/21 '17

    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...

  • Daniel de Jesús Performance 12/05 '17

      Daniel de Jesús presents new work utilizes imagery and animation inspired by the 1928 film The Passion of Joan of Arc by Director Carl Theodor Dreyer. The music that accompanies the video is an Artpop Requiem for Joan of Arc. It responds to the theme of her trial, passion, inner thoughts, repression, and search for divine conquest. The performance is accompanied by a String ensemble and projections of animated and video collages by the artist. This event is FREE and open to the public...

  • Batman: The Animated Series Rewatch (Season 1) 10/08 '17

      Topic: Interior Motives: How Trauma, Tragedy, and Fear Create and Shape Batman Heroes and Villains Lecturer: Ann Cornell Episodes: Two Face (Parts 1 & 2) + Joker’s Favor Recomended Readings: "Batman's Traumatic Origins" (Source: The Atlantic) "Are Batman's Enemies Insane? Sounder Minds Part I and Part II" (Source: Psychology Today) "Experts Ask and Answer: Trauma -- What Makes Heroes and Villains?" (Source: Newsarama) "Effects of Complex Trauma"...

  • BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES REWATCH (SEASON 3) 10/22 '17

      IMAGE: Storyboard Intro to Batman the Animated Series by Bruce Timm Topic: Orientalism and the Duality of Batman and Ra’s Al Ghul Lecturer: Derek Jones Episodes: The Demon’s Quest (Part 1 & 2) Readings: “Orientalism”, Edward Said and "Histories", Herodotus My lecture aims to understand how Batman the Animated Series dealt with creating identities and dualities. Batman grapples with his dual identity, as billion playboy Bruce Wayne and the Cape Crusader, as Gotham juxtaposes the...

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