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  • Emerging Philadelphia 01/25 '20

    Emerging Philadelphia brings together three solo shows by emerging Philadelphia artists Shona McAndrew, Matt Osborn and Stacey Lee Webber, and represents the range of materials, experiences, and backgrounds that our community of creative thinkers embody. The artists create individual gallery experiences that speak to their artistic inquiries and together, the exhibition invites viewers to consider the range of techniques through which contemporary works are realized—visitors can immerse...

  • Jill Bonovitz, June Kelly, and Paula Scher: Visionary Women 10/02 '19

    The Galleries at Moore are pleased to honor this year's three Visionary Women Awardees: Jill Bonovitz, artist; June Kelly, gallerist; and Paula Scher, graphic artist with presence in the fall exhibition season. Since 2003, the Visionary Woman Awards (VWA) has recognized outstanding women leaders who have made a powerful impact on the worlds of art and design—through our VWA scholarship program, Moore supports the extraordinary achievements of women who provide powerful role models for our...

  • Art at Lunch: Naomieh Jovin 09/19 '19

    Join The Galleries for a discussion with photographer and digital artist Naomieh Jovin '17, whose recent portraiture project with the students at the U School High School is on view on The Galleries’ Philadelphia Wall until September 21. Jovin will be interviewed by Deanna Emmons '20, a senior Curatorial Studies major at Moore. Jovin’s work has been influenced by the absence of her late mother as well as her experience growing up Haitian in America. In her work she utilizes found images of...

  • Art at Lunch: Renee Jackson 10/16 '19

    Join The Galleries at Moore for a presentation by artist, educator and scholar Dr. Renee Jackson. Jackson is an assistant professor and program head of Art Education at Temple University's Tyler School of Art and Architecture, in the Art Education and Community Arts Practices department. She is an artist, critical feminist educator and scholar, whose research interests relate to game design and game play as collaborative art forms and learning tools. Her priority is to provide middle-school...

  • In Conversation: Mia Locks & Ulrike Müller 10/24 '19

    Curator Mia Locks and artist Ulrike Müller discuss the ideas, practices and influences within Or Both, an experimental two-part exhibition that includes a solo presentation of work by 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.  "Or Both hinges on a desire to occupy multiple positions at once. It is both a solo show and a group show simultaneously. Rather than assume one...

  • Art at Lunch: Gail Anderson 11/01 '19

    Join The Galleries at Moore for a presentation by designer and educator Gail Anderson.  Anderson is the chair of BFA Advertising and BFA Design at the School of Visual Arts. Anderson also serves as creative director of Visual Arts Press at the College, where she has taught for close to 30 years. She is a partner at Anderson Newton Design and a member of the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee for the United States Postal Service. Anderson is the recipient of the 2018 National Design Award...

  • Free Art Exchange 10/11 '19

    The Galleries at Moore invite the public to our first-ever Free Art Exchange—an open art swap and two-day celebration of personal art-making and communal exchange. People and families of all artistic abilities are invited to participate by contributing their own art and giving someone else’s art a brand new home. If you don’t have any art to bring, there will be art-making stations for you to create and participate. Throughout both days, a series of discussions and performances will help fuel...

  • Black: Opening Reception 11/22 '19

    Join us as we celebrate the opening reception of Black: Mourning to Celebration, an exhibition recognizing form, texture, and history. Basic design teaches us that we first see color and then form. In early Western cultures, black clothing was a signifier of authority and also of mourning—and in many situations, remains so today. Black can evoke emotional responses related to mystery, exoticism, and fear and it can also feel chic and sophisticated, eliciting reason to celebrate. The...

  • Black: Mourning to Celebration 11/23 '19

    Basic design teaches us that we first see color and then form. In early Western cultures, black clothing was a signifier of authority and also of mourning—and in many situations, remains so today. Black can evoke emotional responses related to mystery, exoticism, and fear and it can also feel chic and sophisticated, eliciting reason to celebrate. The garments and accessories on view in this presentation are part of Moore’s Historic Costume Collection, originally gifted to the college in 1940...

  • Opening Reception: Emerging Philadelphia 01/24 '20

    EMERGING PHILADELPHIA: SHONA McANDREW, MATT OSBORN AND STACEY LEE WEBBER Join us for the opening reception celebrating Emerging Philadelphia on Friday, January 24 from 5:30–8 pm. The exhibition will be on view during regular gallery hours January 25 – March 14, 2020. Click HERE to RSVP for the opening reception on Facebook. Emerging Philadelphia brings together three solo shows by emerging Philadelphia artists Shona McAndrew, Matt Osborn, and Stacey Lee Webber and represents the range...

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