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  • Focus on: Alumnae – Tete a Tete 02/10 '11

    Open alumnae exhibition on the Philadelphia Wall at Moore College of Art & Design. All alumnae are invited to make a small, intimate work that will attract the viewer. The exhibition will run from February 10 – 28, 2011 and the reception will be held jointly with reception for Conversations, February 26. Works will be available for sale and proceeds will support student internships. You may make more than one piece but no more than three. Open alumnae exhibition on the...

  • Art for Lunch: We the Peeps! 09/16 '10

    We the Peeps! Gallery Talk with students whose works are on view in Focus on: Photography + Digital Arts – Constitution Day 2010 Join us to talk with students on view in this year’s exhibition celebrating the commemoration of the U.S. Constitution, signed right here in our city of Philadelphia. Part of a series devoted to providing a glimpse into what’s happening in the classrooms at Moore, Focus on: Photography + Digital Arts – Constitution Day 2011 on view from Sept 9 - 23...

  • Art for Lunch: Gallery Talk with Eleanor Schimmel 09/22 '10

    Join artist and alumnae Eleanor Schimmel (class of '84) as she talks about her practice and process, in conjunction with her exhibition which is a part of the Focus on Alumnae series that gives insight to the artists' working methods. Bring your lunch! Widener Memorial Foundation Gallery

  • NET Nights: Performance Equals Art 10/14 '10

    Join us for an evening of NETworking (New Emerging Talent) as we welcome members from the Painted Bride Art Center to discuss performance and its relevance to contemporary art as we move forward in the 21st century. Reception to follow. Stewart Auditorium Presented in collaboration with Painted Bride Art Center

  • Art for Lunch: Selections from the Faculty Triennial 11/03 '10

    Martha Gelarden talks about her recent body of work Legacy in Limbo, a collaboration that asks the questions "What do sealed adoption records look like?" "What do they sound like?" and Kathryn McFadden will present her recent paper “An Ethical Gaze: Male Nudes in the Oeuvre of Sylvia Sleigh." Both talks will be followed by a conversation with the audience. Bring your lunch! Stewart Auditorium

  • NET Nights: Trend Report - The Business of Fashion 11/11 '10

    Rock your spring trends and threads, meet designers from NYC and Philly, and see and hear what everyone is talking about wearing this spring at NET Nights at Moore – TREND REPORT: The Business of Fashion. What will you wear? Event includes a DJ cocktail hour with modeled spring collection pieces by our featured designers; video clips and images from 2010 New York Fashion Week and conversation with the designers about their careers in fashion and opinions on the next big trends....

  • An Evening for Art Educators 09/09 '10

    An Evening for Art Educators Young Artists Workshop Art Educators Scholarship Reception Featuring Wendy Ewald, award-winning artist and educator Wendy Ewald A special opportunity to meet with Wendy Ewald, a MacArthur “genius” award-winning artist and educator who is internationally-recognized for using photography as a tool for both teaching literacy and building bridges in communities decided by economics, social and cultural differences.  Ewald...

  • College Day on the Parkway 2010 09/25 '10

    Tour some of the city’s cultural institutions for FREE!  Sites include: The Galleries at Moore, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Eastern State Penitentiary, The Franklin Institute, The Rodin Museum and The Academy of Natural Sciences. FREE shuttles are available between sites; for more information visit: www.campusphilly.org

  • ENDOME: a collaborative performance by Holly Bittner and Heather Ujiie 10/22 '10

    ENDOME is a creative multimedia performance interweaving poetry with visual imagery and sound. Bittner, a writer, and Ujiie, a textile designer and installation artist, collaborated for the first time on the occasion of the Triennial Faculty exhibition to bring Bittner's long poem-in-progress to a live audience. The result is an ekphrastic exploration of the body's symptoms as a call to personal and spiritual discovery. Infusing medical records and surgery reports with images,...

  • Grace Ong Yan on The Pritzker Prize Laureates 10/15 '10

    Center for Architecture 1218 Arch Street 5 - 7 pm Booksigning, Talk at 5:30 pm Grace Ong Yan, Moore faculty in the Graduate Interior Design program, will be discussing her work as co-editor of ARCHITECT: The Work of the Pritzker Prize Laureates in Their Own Words (Blackdog & Levanthal Publishers, 2010), co-edited by Ruth Peltason. Grace Ong Yan is an architectural historian and architect who is also serving as the DesignPhiladelphia architect for The Design...

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