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ABOUT THE "CLASS OF 2020" VIRTUAL EXHIBITION PRESENTATION The MFA Thesis and BFA Thesis Exhibitions (AKA the Annual Senior Show) are being reimagined as a combined virtual exhibition, in the form of a standalone website representing “Moore’s Class of 2020.” The virtual exhibition will include all majors and all degree programs. We are treating this as we would the in-person exhibition, with the same expectation that we present only the highest visual/interactive quality of work/writing through the online platform. Each graduating student will have their own page on the site that will include: images of work, embedded videos for moving image/animations; bio and/or artist/designer statement; professional contact information; links to personal websites, social networking sites, etc.; and digital version of their business card. Senior awards will still be given, and those will be noted on the individual student pages. Additionally, we will provide an interactive engagement or “yearbook” space where students (and others) can receive, send and share comments & congratulations to/with the graduating class. The goal is to present this site as a professional tool for the class of 2020 while also highlighting Moore’s talented pool of graduates in one place.   


Calling ALL students of Moore's graduating class of 2020!!!  We want to make the virtual exhibition the very best it can be and in order to do that, we need your help. Please work with your thesis advisors to talk about revised deadlines for your department/major that are not reflected here. We understand that everyone's schedules have shifted as a result of the campus closure, and we will work together to accommodate everyone.

Review the "class of 2020 submission form template" .pdf below so that you can prepare your materials for upload through our Google form, link far below. We're asking for: IMAGES of your work—it's okay if you take them with your cell phone, they don't need to be hi-res, since their purpose is screen-viewing only. See the tutorial video below for some pointers. ARTIST/DESIGNER STATEMENT—if you have one; this should be no more than 250 words. ABBREVIATED BIO—if you have one; this should be no more than 150 words, you will see some examples in the .pdf. DIGITAL BUSINESS CARD—you should have one that would have been available for visitors to the gallery, but given the circumstance, we'll present our web visitors with a digital version. RESUME—you've been instructed to work with the Locks Career Center on this, we'll upload them once they're ready.

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