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  • ANNUAL ALUMNI EXHIBITION 06/09 '18

    Featuring recent works by Moore alumni, the selections on view in this year’s exhibition represent a variety of degree programs including Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Illustration, Photography & Digital Arts and Textile Design, among others. Showcasing a wide variety of materials and skill sets, this presentation includes over fifty artworks in all mediums. This year's exhibition is juried by Molly Dougherty, a champion of contemporary artists and organizations whose experience includes the...

  • MFA IN PROGRESS Exhibition 06/09 '18

    Opening Reception June 9th 6-8pm This exhibition is the first opportunity for the public to see works by candidates in Moore's MFA program. Having just completed their first year of rigorous coursework in material research, the candidates have been exposed to a wide range of making while immersing themselves in the city’s cultural offerings and simultaneously, seminars in art history and ethics have posed questions and provided context for their explorations moving forward. Featuring...

  • Opening Reception: Summer Shows 06/09 '18

    Join us as we celebrate the opening of our summer exhibition season. Featuring recent works by Moore alumni, the selections on view in this year's "Annual Alumni Exhibition" represent a variety of degree programs including Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Illustration, Photography & Digital Arts and Textile Design, among others. Showcasing a wide variety of materials and skill sets, this presentation includes over fifty artworks in all mediums.    "MFA in Progress" is the first opportunity for...

  • Drawing On and On 06/09 '18

    This exhibition presents works that are the result of a draw-a-thon—a project organized by the graduate department—that engages alumni of Moore's graduate program, as well as current and incoming MFA students and faculty. Over the course of three hours, the group will create between five and ten works each on 9 x 12 sheets of paper and then collectively review the drawings, select one from each artist, and ultimately curate a small exhibition of very recent works on paper.   Image: Kristin...

  • Lecture & Reception Celebrating "Making Space: Leeway @ 25" 09/20 '18

    Join us as we celebrate the opening reception of LEEWAY FOUNDATION AT 25 YEARS, a survey of the foundation’s history. Realized in two parts, this exhibition features a curated selection of artworks by former award recipients, as well as historical materials that recognize Leeway's impact, honor its evolution and celebrate its future. The Leeway Foundation promotes artistic expression that amplifies the voices of those on the margins, promotes sustainable and healthy communities, and works in...

  • Collaborative Cataloging Japan Event 06/13 '18

    We invite you to attend this rare opportunity — presented by exhibition partner Collaborative Cataloging Japan (CCJ) — that celebrates Japanese experimental film and video works. The evening’s program will feature a presentation of short films and projects ranging from 1964-1987, followed by a reception and closing lecture by Julian Ross, curator at International Film Festival Rotterdam and Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Westminster, London. These films highlight the works and artists...

  • OPENING/CLOSING RECEPTION 08/03 '18

      Join The Galleries on Friday, August 3 from 5:00 - 8:00pm for a reception celebrating the closing of Integral Affairs and the opening of Survival Guide for the Future   Integral Affairs features recent work by our gallery preparators, a presentation that gives a glimpse into the varied studio practices our part-time staff maintain outside of their professional commitment to Moore. Their combined expertise as artist and art handler is an integral part of our ability to bring creative...

  • Learning Through Photography at Moore

    Learning Through Photography (LTP) was a multi-year initiative from The Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design that used photography and writing as tools for learning through art. LTP utilized in-classroom collaborative teaching, encouraged home and community participation in learning, and supported Philadelphia's goal of improving literacy and arts access for school-age youth. The project was inspired by the ground breaking work of photographer Wendy Ewald who started the Literacy Through...

  • Special Lecture by Carrie Mae Weems: Ways and Means 03/23 '18

    This Fabric Workshop and Museum event is co-sponsored by Moore RSVP required; $10 entry fee. Click here to register for this event   The Fabric Workshop and Museum is pleased to present Ways and Means, a special lecture by Carrie Mae Weems. Considered one of the most influential contemporary American artists, Carrie Mae Weems has investigated universal themes such as family relationships and cultural identity for more than 35 years. Her complex body of work incorporates mediums ranging...

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

    POSTPONED: Due to inclement weather this evet has been postponed. Please check back here for the rescheduled date and time. 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....

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