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  • Guerrilla Girls

        NOT READY TO MAKE NICE: GUERRILLA GIRLS, IN THE ARTWORLD AND BEYOND January 20 – March 17, 2018 A major presentation of the Guerrilla Girls collective, this exhibition illuminates and contextualizes the important past and ongoing work of these highly original, provocative and influential artists who champion feminism and social change. A selection of the group’s most iconic campaigns and actions from the 80’s and 90’s foregrounds their most daring and rarely seen international...

  • 2019

    OR BOTH September 28 – December 7, 2019 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's practice...

  • Percussion Workshop with Karen Smith 04/30 '20

  • Work on Wellness with Sonalee Rashatwar 02/12 '20

    The Galleries will kick off Work on Wellness, a new bi-monthly program series that links conversations about wellness and mental health to current exhibitions, with a workshop by Sonalee Rashatwar. Rashatwar is an award-winning clinical social worker, sex therapist, adjunct lecturer, and grassroots organizer based in Philadelphia. She is a superfat, queer, bisexual, non-binary therapist and co-owner of Radical Therapy Center, specialized in treating sexual trauma, body image issues, racial or...

  • Artist Walk & Talk 02/26 '20

    The Galleries invite you to take part in a conversation with local artists Stacy Lee Webber, Shona McAndrew, and Matt A. Osborn about their respective works and practices. This event is hosted in conjunction with Emerging Philadelphia, an exhibition of three solo shows that represents a range of materials, techniques, and experiences. Emerging Philadelphia is on view January 25-March 14, 2020. Shona McAndrew’s sculptures and paintings challenge the historically rigid social expectations of...

  • Art at Lunch: More Art at Moore 02/18 '20

    Bring your lunch on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 from 11:30-12:30 pm for a presentation on socially engaged public art by Micaela Martegani (Executive Director of More Art) and Jeff Kasper (Artist, Assistant Professor at UMass Amherst). Kasper and Martegani, co-editors of More Art in the Public Eye, will discuss their book and offer critical insight into the ever-growing field by demonstrating how the committed collaboration of artists, community members, and cultural producers can meaningfully...

  • Husnaa Hashim Poetry Reading 04/09 '20

    Join us on April 9, 2020 at 6 pm for a poetry reading by Husnaa Hashim.   Husnaa Hashim is the 2017-2018 Youth Poet Laureate of Philadelphia, and author of the poetry collection Honey Sequence (The Head and The Hand, 2018). She is an undergraduate student at the University of Pennsylvania from West Philadelphia and Silver Spring, Maryland. Husnaa has been writing and publishing since the age of ten. She has competed at Brave New Voices, placed first in the Free Library Teen Poetry Slam, and...

  • Conversations@Moore: Museums and Social Engagement 03/18 '20

    Join us on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 6:30–8 pm at Moore College of Art & Design’s Graham Auditorium for Conversations@Moore, featuring: Valerie Gay, Deputy Director for Audience Engagement & Chief Experience Officer, Barnes Foundation Dr. Tukufu Zuberi, Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations, and Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania James Claiborne, Public Programming Manager, The African American Museum Monique Scott (moderator), Faculty and...

  • Strange Currencies: Art & Action in Mexico City, 1990-2000

    Strange Currencies explores the emergence and development of experimental artistic practices in Mexico City in the 1990s, a decade defined by a catastrophic economic crisis, enormous social upheaval and poverty, political corruption, a chronic rise in violence, and continuous instability due to the effects of rapid globalization. In a time defined by hopelessness and pessimism, artists rejected traditional art forms in favor of radical, ephemeral, action-based, and socially-engaged practices...

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