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  • Project 35: Chapter 1 05/29 '10

    Project 35 is a year-long international video exhibition of historic and contemporary works selected by 35 curators from around the globe. Curators were invited to select one artist’s video that they think is vital to contemporary art audiences across the globe. The result is the opportunity to view a diversity of approaches to making video, as well as the interests artists are addressing in their practice. The works are presented in 4 chapters, each containing 8 to 9 videos, that will...

  • Focus on Curatorial Studies: Student Thesis Exhibition 03/11 '10

    Sergio Goes & Hawaii: The Seer and the Spectacle Curated by Watsuki Harrington Image: Sergio Goes, 317 (He' eia Fish Pond) 2008 (detail). Archival ink on archival luster paper, courtesy the Sergio Goes Foundation. Reception & Film Screening: Wednesday, March 17, 6:30 - 9 pm 7 pm - Screening of War Photographer Stewart Auditorium Free and Open to the Public Sergio Goes & Hawaii: The Seer and the Spectacle Curated by Watsuki Harrington...

  • Wendy Ewald: Secret Games - Collaborative Works with Children: 1969-1999 05/21 '10

    Graham Gallery: Chiapas, Mexico 1991: May 22 – September 4, 2010 Goldie Paley Gallery: Six projects 1969 – 1999: June 5  – October 16, 2010 Levy Gallery: Five projects 1992 – 1998: September 10 – October 16, 2010 In the early 1970s, Wendy Ewald was one of the early pioneers in investigating collaboration as part of her artistic practice. Starting as a documentary investigation of places and communities connected to teaching, Ewald's project has evolved over the years to focus on...

  • Art of Student Teaching - Reception 02/28 '10

    Widener Memorial Foundation Gallery

  • Focus on Curatorial Studies: Student Thesis Exhibition 04/03 '10

    A Sense of Place: Being and Belonging Curated by Ashley Valentine Philadelphia Wall Image: Still from Listening to the Floor by Janelle Adamska, courtesy the artist. The Galleries at Moore A Sense of Place: Being and Belonging Curated by Ashley Valentine Philadelphia Wall

  • 5 Into 1 Annual Student Exhibition 05/22 '10

    5 Into 1 is an exhibit annually hosted by Moore and organized by Philadelphia Sculptors featuring work by senior and graduate students at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Tyler School of Art, University of Pennsylvania, The University of the Arts, and Moore College of Art & Design. This year, the exhibition is curated by Catherine Martens Betz, a graduate of the School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania with an MFA in sculpture and a 5 into 1 participant in 2007....

  • VIP Reception: Emerging Artists & Designers 2010 04/28 '10

    Senior Show 2010, exhibiting works by seniors graduating from Moore’s Bachelor of Fine Arts programs. Be the first to: - RECRUIT creative talent - PURCHASE original artwork - ENJOY the exhibition and spread the word RSVP by 4/21/2010 to careercenter@moore.edu or 215.965.4064 RSVP by 4/21/2010 to careercenter@moore.edu or 215.965.4064

  • Essentially Pattern 04/03 '10

    Featuring alumnae, with works by: e Bond ’96, Mona Brody ’72, Marie Elcin ’00, Lana Heckendorn ’88, Katie Van Vliet ’07 and Angela Victor ’99  Moore Galleries at Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

  • Philadelphia Sculptors presents: Julia Guerrero: The Redevelopment Authority's Percent for Art Program: Imagining the Next Fifty 05/23 '10

    The Great Hall

  • NET Nights - Starting Off Right: from Contracts to Copyright 05/21 '10

    Career Advice for Emerging Artists & Designers Conversation and Networking Reception 6:30 pm – Join us for an informal conversation with area artists, design professionals and representatives from the Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (PVLA) who share practical advice and first-hand experiences about everything from contracts and copyrighting to distribution and reproduction of your work; all crucial steps to starting off right as an emerging artist and designer....

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