Maybe you're a natural leader.
If any of the above sounds like you, Art Education might be your major.
Our Art Education program will equip you with top-notch teaching skills and give you real-world classroom experiences in local schools, museums, community arts settings, and even Moore's own Young Artists Workshop program, for grades 3–12.
No matter where you end up, you'll apply what you learn to enrich the lives of others and make a huge impact.
Right: Laura Barrett ’22, Art Education.
Art Education Media Gallery
Check out sample student work and photos from Art Education classes and events!
WHAT CAN I DO WITH AN ART EDUCATION DEGREE?
Art educators are essential members of community spaces such as:
- K-12 schools
- Higher education
- Artist collectives
- Studios & maker spaces
- Non-profit organizations
The limit does not exist!
Photo: Academic Image.
MEET KENDYL BOYD ’21
Kendyl is an educator, fine artist and now, an admissions counselor at Moore, where her journey began! After graduation, Kendyl took on a community engagement role at a museum in Philadelphia, but it wasn't long before her enthusiasm for teaching drew her back to the classroom. She taught second grade at Friends Select School before pursuing her current role at Moore. “Moore prepared me well," she says. "I had a lot of opportunities to work with young people and observe classrooms, which gave me a lot of field insight into the age group that I wanted to work with."
Prepare to Be a Superstar
100% of Moore Art Education students kick start their future careers with a paid internship/student teaching experience! Art Education students are landing jobs and teaching experiences at places like:
The Barnes Foundation
Upper Merion Area School District
Moorestown High School
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Russell Byers Charter School
School District of Philadelphia
Society Hill Synagogue
ART FOR EVERYONE
EMILY BURKE '22, ART EDUCATION
Photo: Steve Weinik.