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  • Paper Giants: Lunch-time Lecture 02/28 '17

      In conjunction with our current exhibition Paper Giants, The Galleries at Moore invite you to join us for a lunch-time lecture featuring New York based artists Ky Anderson, Meg Lipke and Vicki Sher.  Ky Anderson's (b. 1973, Kansas City, MO) paintings are personal narratives of layered forms, colored washes and line work that illustrates the visible and invisible connections between the weights, pulls and supports of the landscape around us. Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Sherry...


    Join us as we celebrate the opening of our winter exhibitions Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Artworld and Beyond and Kara Springer: Ten Days Before Freedom, a Hymnal. This event is FREE and open to the public.   NOT READY TO MAKE NICE: GUERRILLA GIRLS IN THE ARTWORLD AND BEYOND On view 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...

  • Joel Katz: And I Said No Lord

    An exhibition of black-and-white photographs taken by Philadelphia-based designer Joel Katz during the ‘Mississippi Summer’ of 1964, at the height of the civil rights movement. 

  • Philadelphia Selections 6

    Guest curators: Thora Jacobson, Mary Ellen Mark, and Linda Nochlin Assistant curator: Nancy Lewis An exhibition of work by artists from the Levy Gallery Slide Registry:  Anda Dubinskis, Judith Harold-Steinhauser, Jane Irish, Teresa Jaynes, Eileen Lambert, Kass Mencher, Kate Moran, James Rosenthal, and Judith Taylor


    Join The Galleries at Moore as director and chief curator, Kaytie Johnson engagegs artist Chloe Piene in a conversation about Piene's process, influences and practice. This event is organized in conjunction with the exhibition The Sky’s Gone Out, on view at The Galleries at Moore through March 14, 2015.

  • Do It / Calendar of Events

    DO IT: VISIT OUR TUMBLR PAGE! For The Galleries’ presentation of do it, over seventy  artist instructions will be interpreted by Philadelphia-based artists, performers and the public, resulting in installations, objects, performances and events that range from the sculptural to the performative, the poetic to the absurd. Read more about the exhibition itself here.

  • Do It: Opening Reception 09/12 '14

    Join us as we celebrate the opening of do it. Featuring performances by Philadelphia-based artists Kate Watson-Wallace and Helen Hale. Light refreshments, free & open to the public. We will also be celebrating the site-specific installation by Philadelphia sign painter Gibbs Connors. #myshrinkinghead

  • Film al Fresco | ATTEND

    FRIDAYS JUNE 13 & 27 AND JULY 11 & 25 Film al Fresco 2014 will dish up independent films and videos by film & video-makers from the Greater Philadelphia and Delaware Valley regions and tasty street snacks from local food trucks on select Friday evenings this summer. The films & videos will be shown on a large outdoor screen in Aviator Park right in front of Moore and the Franklin Institute; all programs are free and open to the public. This year's screenings are scheduled for June 13 & 27...

  • 2007

    Community CoLAB: Greenfield Stories: School as Community December 14, 2007 – January 6, 2008 Greenfield Stories is an artistic collaboration between The Galleries at Moore, Moore College of Art & Design’s Art Education Department, and 4th through 6th grade students from the Albert M. Greenfield School. Consisting of large painted panels and photographs, Greenfield Stories draws its themes from conversations and interviews with current and former members of the Greenfield community—parents,...

  • Found Ground

    Paintings and drawings on readymade surfaces by sixteen Philadelphia artists, including: Alfred Bendiner, Rachel Bliss, Salvador Casco, Charles Crumb, Linh Dinh, Rafael Ferrer, Thomas Gartside, Todd Gilens, Anthony-Petr Gorny, Kate Javens, Virgil Marti, Beth McHenry, Quentin Morris, Gerald Nichols, and Paris/Holy Joseph.

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