The Galleries at Moore receives major award from the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage to present Michelle Lopez's "Pandemonium."
In their last year as Art Education majors at Moore, our students engage in a rigorous program, exploring their own studio practices while simultaneously earning their teaching certificate through student teaching. This show is a culmination of months of hard work. They have explored ideas and materials to develop a body of work and a thesis paper, sharing their journey both visually and in text. In addition to growing their voice in their studio practice, they have developed their pedagogical approach to the classroom through their experiences gained while student teaching. Our students offer us impressive and unique examples of their ideas and experiences in a range of mediums. They graduate from Moore prepared to advance the fields of art, design, education and research through their own unique and creative voices.
Click through the names in the navigation above the artwork to view each student's individual thesis work.
Header artwork: Kendyl Boyd '21, Art Education.
SENIOR AWARD WINNER
Kendyl Boyd: Deborah Deery ’01, ’12 Memorial Award for Excellence in Art Education