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  • Calendar 12/31 '69

  • Programs

    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 Programs Manager, 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 College of Art...

  • Gary Smith: Pick Up Sticks 06/08 '19

    Opening Reception: Friday, June 14, 5-8 PM Artist Gary Smith creates abstract objects out of found and recycled materials—such as old barn joists and repurposed construction debris—and combines them with natural wood harvested from his five acre property in rural Chester County. Smith shapes the wood, burns the wood, seals it, cuts into it with common tools and seals it again and again to preserve it. This juxtaposition of otherwise ordinary mediums are displayed in unexpected compositions...

  • MFA In-Progress Exhibition 06/08 '19

      Opening Reception: Saturday, June 8, 6–8 pm This exhibition is the first opportunity for the public to see works by candidates in Moore's MFA program: Sara Kleinert and Chelsey Webber-Brandis. After completing 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. Simultaneously, seminars in art history and ethics have posed questions and provided context for...

  • Or Both 09/28 '19

    Opening Reception: Friday, September 27, 5:30–8 pm Or Both is an experimental two-part exhibition that includes a solo presentation of work by Ulrike Müller alongside a group show of works by Martin Beck, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Jennie C. Jones, Eric N. Mack, Medrie MacPhee, Dona Nelson, and Deborah Remington. Moving in and out of painting, Müller employs a range of materials, techniques, and image formats including drawing, enamel on steel, collage, monotype, and woven wool rugs. Taking Müller...

  • Opening Reception: Or Both 09/27 '19

    Join The Galleries as we celebrate the opening of our inaugural Visiting Curators Initiative project, an exhibition organized by Mia Locks. Or Both is an experimental two-part exhibition that includes a solo presentation of work by Ulrike Müller alongside a group show of works by Martin Beck, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Jennie C. Jones, Eric N. Mack, Medrie MacPhee, Dona Nelson, and Deborah Remington. Moving in and out of painting, Müller employs a range of materials, techniques, and image formats...

  • Projects

    The Galleries at Moore are a dynamic site for exploring the contemporary experience through art. Our Community Collaborations reflect our commitment to including a diverse range of perspectives and an exchange of ideas shaping a larger conversation on contemporary art and art making.       How can a college art gallery and a public high school work together to reimagine both contemporary art and education? This question drives The Collaborative Lab – the ongoing partnership between The...

  • Opening Reception: Gary Smith: Pick Up Sticks 06/14 '19

    Join The Galleries as we celebrate the opening of Gary Smith's exhibition Pick Up Sticks. Artist Gary Smith creates abstract objects out of found and recycled materials—such as old barn joists and repurposed construction debris—and combines them with natural wood harvested from his five acre property in rural Chester County. Smith shapes the wood, burns the wood, seals it, cuts into it with common tools and seals it again and again to preserve it. This juxtaposition of otherwise ordinary...

  • Material Culture: Apsara Arts of Asia 06/08 '19

    Presenting "The Magnificent Textiles of Sumatra," an exhibition of textiles that will be featured in Material Culture's October 26-27, 2019 auction. Sumatra is the sixth largest island in the world and the second largest of Indonesia. It stands above all other islands in terms of its wealth of textile arts and amazing variety of textile designs.  This variety arises from the many diverse ethnic groups that inhabit the island—more than 50 different languages are spoken on Sumatra—as well as from...

  • Caroline Woolard 08/03 '19

    Closing Reception & Talk: Thursday, September 12, 5-8 PM Imagine you walk into a meeting room, sit down, and rather than getting out your laptop, iPad or notebook, you pick up a group of wood and glass spheres and start rolling them across the table to signal who is speaking, who is not, and for how long. Visual artist Caroline Woolard explores these ideas in a new exhibition that addresses collaborative dialog amidst the inevitable antagonisms of group work. The exhibition also features a...

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