Moore’s Socially Engaged Art degree programs bring together artists and organizers in the same space, to critically and pragmatically engage in the discourses and practices concerned with art’s relationship to place, collaboration, ethics, material and interdisciplinary research. We are concerned with the role, history and potential of art in relationship to society. Through our classes, public programs, community partnerships, symposia and the work of our renowned students and faculty, we are making our way through the world, asking challenging questions together. 

Click through the names in the navigation above the artwork to view each student's graduate thesis work.

Header artwork: Elizabeth Kelly MFA '22, Socially Engaged Studio Art.

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