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  • 2010 Fellowship Selections 05/01 '10

    Selected works by rising seniors who competed for travel fellowships this spring can be seen on view in Wilson Hall's Diamond Window Displays, located on the 2nd & 3rd floors. The Galleries at Moore Diamond Window Displays on Campus

  • Ideas in Motion: Moore Celebrates Bicycle Month 05/27 '10

    Opening in May, National Bicycle Month, and welcoming the TD Bank Philadelphia International Cycling Championship Race in June, Moore celebrates the art and design of the bicycle with a special installation in the InSights gallery designed by Bilenky Cycle Works, internationally renowned hand-built bike designers and co-presenters of the first Philadelphia Bike Expo to be presented in October 2010. The Galleries at Moore Window on Race

  • Mordechai Anielewicz Creative Arts Competition and Exhibition 06/03 '10

    The Mordechai Anielewicz Creative Arts Competition, now in its 35th year, provides students in grades 7-12 of all religious and ethnic backgrounds with an opportunity to respond to the Holocaust and its related issues through creative expression. Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony: Monday, June 7, 7:30 – 9:30pm Stewart Auditorium The Jewish Community of Greater Philadelphia Widener Memorial Foundation Gallery

  • DesignLab 2010: Carmelita Couture + Humalode LLC 07/17 '10

    Design Lab 20/10 pairs emerging fashion designers with emerging artists from Philadelphia in creative collaborations. Artists and designers will have the opportunity to respond to the work of selected fashion designers by creating an "environment" for displaying the designs in the Galleries' InSights Gallery, in the window on Race Street. This is the first of five pairings, featuring the fashions of Carmelita Martell of Carmelita Couture, whose boutique just opened at 17 North...

  • Practice + Process: 2010 Faculty Triennial Exhibition 10/22 '10

    Part of The Galleries' ongoing commitment to showcase the diversity of work produced by the Moore community, this triennial exhibition gives students a glimpse into the issues their instructors are currently exploring in their own practices. The exhibition is a curated exhibition and will feature new work produced in the last three years. The Galleries at Moore Levy Gallery for the Arts in Philadelphia Free and open to the public

  • Gallery Reception: Frank Agostino - The Architecture of Style 10/28 '10

    Widener Memorial Foundation Gallery Free and open to the public

  • Collectively Speaking, Then & Now: The Philadelphia Ten and The Other Woman 06/25 '10

    Selection of works from the 1920s, 30s and 40s by members of The Philadelphia Ten from Moore’s archives and new and recent works by members of The Other Woman, a Philadelphia-based art collective whose members are Aubrie Costello, Laura Graham, Darla Jackson, and Laura McKinley. Both groups were formed by female artists most of whom were students at Moore College of Art & Design (formerly known as Philadelphia School of Design for Women) in order to cultivate opportunities for group...

  • Art Education Graduate Thesis Exhibition 08/07 '10

    Thesis exhibition of the first graduates of Moore’s new MA in Art Education program with an emphasis in special populations. The exhibition documents each student’s thesis process, research, implementation and conclusion. Thesis presentations by: Amy Cardullo, Bridget Glenn, Alisha Hagelin, Cynthia Hartopp, Patricia Hutman and Gloria Rautman. The Galleries at Moore Levy Gallery for the Arts in Philadelphia

  • Focus on Alumnae: In the Studio with Eleanor Schimmel 08/28 '10

    Schimmel, a Moore Alumna (class of 1984) based in Philadelphia, is an accomplished painter recognized for her use of encaustic materials, creating unique surfaces and compositions open to interpretation and contemplation. This exhibition is part of a series designed to provide an intimate glimpse into an artist’s working process. The Galleries at Moore Widener Memorial Foundation Gallery

  • Judith Leiber- Art of the Handbag 09/10 '10

    Judith Leiber is widely recognized as one of the major figures in handbag design, having created more than three thousand different motifs during a career spanning over thirty years. Art of the Handbag, presented in conjunction with Moore’s 2010 Visionary Woman Awards, features twenty-five designs that highlight the breadth and range of Judith Leiber’s work including examples of early beaded bags from the 1970s to more recent creations from the 1990s. The...

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