Moore College of Art & Design

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Since the SADI program is still up in the air- if this gets cancelled I'm hoping we will be refunded the $200 down payment. I received a call regarding online programs but my daughter said she cannot do any more online classes, the last few months of doing it have been too stressful.
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North x Northwest: Women’s Work CALL FOR ENTRIES [Billings Montana] EXHIBITION DATES May 28, 2020 - August 2, 2020 CALL DEADLINE: March 13, 2020. JUROR Jill Ahlberg Yohe, Associate Curator of Native American Art at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. OPEN TO: all artists of all genders and backgrounds working in fine art or craft medium AWARDS: Juror's Award, People's Choice, Exhibition will fund $5000 in purchase awards for the YAM's permanent collection The Yellowstone Art Museum’s second annual North x Northwest juried exhibition features the theme “Women’s Work.” The exhibition is intended to introduce new artists to the region, showcase regional favorites, and exhibit emerging artists alongside their more established peers. In addition to Juror’s Award and People’s choice, the exhibition will fund $5,000 in purchase awards for the YAM’s permanent collection. We are currently accepting submissions of fine art and studio craft for the exhibition. The exhibition is open to artists of all genders and backgrounds, working in any fine art or craft medium. The Yellowstone Art Museum celebrates the 2020 centennial of women’s suffrage with a series of exhibitions foregrounding diverse perspectives applied to creative work. This year’s North x Northwest exhibition will be organized under the theme of “Women’s Work.” We anticipate that the exhibition will include work focused on women’s perspectives, media traditionally defined as feminine, art that honors the social and political contributions of women, and art that highlights women’s often invisible labor. THE JUROR is Jill Ahlberg Yohe, Associate Curator of Native American Art at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. In 2008, Ahlberg Yohe received her PhD from the University of New Mexico; her dissertation focused on the social life of weaving in contemporary Navajo life. Along with Teri Greeves, Jill co-curated Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists. At Mia, Jill seeks new initiatives and to expand understanding and new curatorial practices of historical and contemporary Native art. Application deadline: March 13, 2020. Exhibition Opening Reception: Thursday, May 28th, 2020, 6-8 p.m. Juror’s Lecture: Hearts of Our People – Friday, May 29th, 2020, 10 – 11 a.m. People’s Choice Award Reception: July 23rd, 2020, 6-8 p.m. The nationally accredited Yellowstone Art Museum is the region’s largest contemporary art museum offering changing exhibitions, adult and children’s art education, café, museum store, and the Visible Vault, housing the YAM’s permanent art collection. Please check the museum’s website, www.artmuseum.org. Find us on Facebook at www.fb.com/YellowstoneArtMuseum. For more information contact Susan Barnett, Curator, Yellowstone Art Museum [email protected] https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=6259
Nasheli rocks. Too bad her Next in Fashion design partner is not talented. Such a shame she was eliminated with him. It wasnt fair that NIF began the program with a collaboration assignment!
Sound and Design: Practices and Ideas Without Boundaries is a new Medium publication open for contributions on a rolling basis. The publication seeks articles and works suitable for the Medium format. https://medium.com/sound-and-design You can submit your own Medium article to the publication, already-published blogs you are seeking a wider audience for, or a Google Doc ready for copy/paste. Topics can include aesthetic explorations, code walkthroughs, project showcases, manifestos, prototypes etc. so long as it connects to the theme of sound and design.
Which National Portfolio Days will Moore be attending?
Hey folks! is there anyone here that has taken classes at CCP that have transferred over to Moore? If so, what classes? Please let me know! I know that a lot of classes do not transfer in, but any info would be incredibly helpful. Thank you!
ARTISTS: JOIN US! Just a few spaces remain for the 2019 Annual Conshohocken Arts Festival on Saturday June 1! The Conshohocken Art League is accepting applications from artists with original paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs. Application deadline is May 15. To apply, visit: www.conshohockenmayor.com/artsfestival
This looks like a great exhibit for the fashion and textile students.
Hello! On behalf of Conshohocken Art League and Conshohocken Mayor Yaniv Aronson, I’d like to formally invite you to the second annual Conshohocken Arts Festival and Car Show! We are currently accepting applications from artists with original paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs. We hope that you’ll share this with your networks. To apply, please visit the link listed below:
Ready to Run™ Philadelphia Ready to Run™ Pennsylvania provides non-partisan political training to encourage women to run for government leadership positions. The day-long program targets women considering or recently deciding to run for political office, providing training and mentoring by campaign professionals, political women, and officeholders. Saturday, February 23, 2019, 8:00am-5:00pm Jefferson University East Falls Campus 4201 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144 Registration Fee: $95 Register Here: http://www.chatham.edu/pcwp/education/readytorun/philadelphia.cfm
Hey Moore College of Art & Design, did you know that your students get free skate admission every Monday - Thursday with valid student ID at Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest? Also, throughout the Month of February, we’re offering a special February Fun Package featuring a $4 draft beer Happy Hour and free cabin rentals (limited availability. Reserve your free cabin here: http://waterfrontrentals.ticketfly.com/ ). Monday through Thursday from 5 pm to 7 pm. BONUS: Come skate Monday through Thursday from 5 pm to 11 pm for our open skate. That’s right, no timed sessions, skate as long as you want at Philly’s winter wonderland. See you there! (Please note: This special deal excludes Valentine’s Day). For more information, contact [email protected]

Moore College of Art & Design prepares students for learning and leadership in the fine arts, design arts, art history, art education and curatorial studies.

Moore College of Art & Design prepares students for learning and leadership in the fine arts, design arts, art history, art education and curatorial studies.

Mission: Moore College of Art and Design is dedicated to excellence in art and design. Founded in 1848, Moore is the first and only visual arts college for women in the United States. Through its undergraduate bachelor of fine arts degrees for women and its coeducational graduate programs, Moore cultivates creativity, promotes scholarship and prepares its students for professional careers in the arts by emphasizing critical thinking, problem solving, risk-taking, and strong communication skills. Moore is dedicated to producing graduates that distinguish themselves as leaders in their fields. As a cultural leader, Moore promotes access to the arts throughout the broader community. The Galleries at Moore introduce the work of significant regional, national and international artists to the community through distinctive exhibitions and educational programs. The wide-ranging Continuing Education programs also serve the community by providing opportunities for men and women to learn new skills for personal and professional growth. Through Moore’s acclaimed Young Artist Workshop, founded in 1922, the lives of children and youth are enriched through creative arts education. Building on its historic legacy of educating women for successful careers in the visual arts, Moore is committed to adapting to the needs of future generations of artists, designers, scholars and educators throughout its diverse educational programs.

Welcome to Moore, Accepted Students!

If you think you belong at Moore, you’re not alone—we think you belong here, too! We’ve shifted this year’s deposit deadline to June 1, to give you a few more weeks to finalize your plans. If you’re still unsure about what comes next, let us know how we can help! If you have questions, need assistance, or would like to set up a meeting with our Financial Aid office, send us a message to be connected to our Admissions team. See you soon, #mooreacceptedstudent!

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Read an update from President Cecelia Fitzgibbon regarding the College’s planning for the fall.

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This week’s #mooreseniorspotlight is Illustration major Brianna Cronin ‘20! Brianna shared insight on their favorite memories from this year: “My favorite memories are the snapshots of time my peers & I had together. Gallivanting about Moore & Philadelphia, chit-chatting and laughing between classes, and surprisingly, taking the train to school every day. And, best of all, the times in senior studio where we shared pieces of our lives with one another, growing close and relieving each other from the stresses that come from day-to-day life as art students.”

🎨: Brianna Cronin, "Is This What You Really Wanted?," comic zine.

Congratulations to our 2020 Distinguished Alumni: Kathy Vissar '80 and Kia Weatherspoon '10! Vissar is an entrepreneur and first-generation college graduate who creates highly unique, large-scale architectural installations with Wells Vissar Inc., a design company that she founded in 1993 with a fellow Moore classmate. Weatherspoon runs her own interior design firm, Determined by Design, where she focuses on affordable housing and senior living spaces in light of her driving mission: to advocate for design equity so every person’s value is uplifted by the spaces they inhabit. Read more about this year’s honorees and learn more about the many distinguished alumni we’ve honored since 1995: https://moore.edu/alumni/distinguished-alumni

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Moore College of Art & Design – Memos from Moore: Dean Phillips on Academic Updates and Summer Programs

In this week’s Memos from Moore, hear from Chief Academic Officer Patricia Phillips regarding updates on online events and summer 2020 academics, as well as adjustments to Moore's internship policies. Several summer programs will transition to online formats, including our Summer Art and Design Institute (SADI), Young Artists Workshop (YAW), Adult Continuing Education, and the summer 2020 term of our Master of Arts in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations. Read her full letter to the Moore community below.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Stay up-to-date on Moore's plans for the end of the spring 2020 semester and summer 2020 academic programming. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest news and our FAQ.

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Virtual Faculty Panel

Accepted students: Learn about what your first year at Moore will look like with Wednesday’s virtual faculty panel, where you’ll connect with faculty from our first-year Foundation program and an admissions counselor. Foundation classes at Moore integrate traditional processes and evolving technological tools to provide you with a strong artistic basis to prepare you for any area of study.

🎨: Maggie Gahm ‘22

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This week’s #mooreseniorspotlight is Illustration major Allison Warren '20! Allison shared some thoughts on the cover of her senior thesis, “Back to Life”: "I like to work on projects that can go on for the long run. Projects that can be remembered so someone can go: ‘Hey! Remember [x]?’ Graphic novels are a treasure to me, they’re a time capsule of memories that I hold dear to me. Especially my first completed graphic novel, Back to Life. With taking reference photos, the evolution my artwork and going through countless nights in the studios… It sure was a blast."

Who remembers this awesome cake from Sarah Peter Day 2019? 😋 This year marks the 220th birthday of Sarah Worthington Peter, founder of Philadelphia School of Design for Women (now Moore College of Art & Design). Students, keep an eye on your mailbox for a sweet treat to celebrate with!

📸: Senia Lopez '19

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Moore College of Art & Design – Finding Comfort in "Illustration Home Companion" Project

Do you have a fluffy new “coworker”? Under the instruction of Associate Professor Richard Harrington, senior Illustration students created artwork featuring their pets, who are keeping them company while working at home.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

President Cecelia Fitzgibbon is showing off her Moore gear today for Spirit Week! Keep up with Spirit Week happenings by following us on Instagram: @moorecollegeart

“Moore has instilled a confidence in her that I’ve really seen grow.”

“Moore has instilled a confidence in her that I’ve really seen grow.” Parents: Learn what Moore has to offer for your student this Saturday at 1 pm EST / 10 am PST during our Virtual Parent Panel. Connect with various college departments, join our Q & A session, chat with a current Moore student and more: https://admissions.moore.edu/register/parentpanel

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Moore College of Art & Design – Give a Hoot for Earth Day's 50th Anniversary!

Assistant professor of Illustration Joe Kulka commemorated Earth Day’s 50th anniversary with a new illustration of Woodsy Owl for the U.S. Forest Service!

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

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Moore College of Art & Design – Passion for Fashion Leads to Full-Time Gig for Ivy McConnell '08

A passion for fashion led to a full-time gig for Ivy McConnell ‘08. Read about Ivy’s journey after graduating from Moore that led to her eventually leaving the corporate world to become a full-time artist in This Week’s Story.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

Memos from Moore: Joshua Wilkin, Dean of Students

“It is important to do everything we can to stick together as a community, even while we are physically apart, and for each of us to do our part to lift each other’s spirits.” In this week’s Memos from Moore, hear from Dean of Students Joshua Wilkin about all the activities Student Affairs is hosting for Moore’s second annual Spirit Week, happening this week, April 20–24!

Keep an eye on our Facebook Stories every day this week for updates on that day’s theme, and read Dean Wilkin’s full letter to the Moore community: https://moore.edu/student-life/health/coronavirus-advisory

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Moore College of Art & Design – Blue Lights Honor Health Care Workers During Pandemic

“We want Philadelphia’s healthcare workers to know we are thinking of them and are eternally grateful for the sacrifices they are making each day.” Moore is joining iconic buildings across Philadelphia in lighting up the night blue to honor healthcare workers. The “Philly Shines Blue” initiative will continue every Tuesday night throughout April.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

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Moore College of Art & Design – Senior Spotlight: Erin Winward

This week’s #mooreseniorspotlight is Fashion Design major Erin Winward ‘20! Erin shared some insight on “Nature Goddess,” inspired by and relating to her senior fashion collection, “Mademoiselle”: “This project was for my 'welding' class and [this] was our nature project due to the changes of the syllabus [in response to the COVID-19 pandemic]. Our objective was to go out in nature and find objects from outside to use in an art piece of our choosing. This project is a wearable jewelry necklace statement piece that incorporates elements from nature such as wood sticks, dried leaves and stones. By combining these natural elements along with manmade objects such as wire, beads and ribbon, I feel this piece successfully balances both sides of these spectrums while also tying into my senior thesis. This piece is meant to be worn and bring you back to nature while invoking your inner goddess.”

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

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Moore College of Art & Design – Moore Alums' "Say Less" Studio Starting to Take Off

Graphic Design alumnae Randi Bellamy ‘17 and Cheyenne Jacobs ‘17 are working on turning what started out as a classroom project into a full-time business. Read about Say Less Design Studio’s inception and how their experiences at Moore helped them achieve their goals of breaking free of the typical 9-to-5 in this week’s story.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

Why Moore? Katerina Pak on Why You Should Transfer to Moore

Why Moore? Animations & Game Arts major Katerina Pak ’22 transferred to Moore in January 2020 and highlights insightful faculty and open-minded peers as one of many reasons you should transfer to Moore.

Connect with Admissions and Academic staff members as well as a current Moore student tomorrow during our virtual transfer student information session: https://admissions.moore.edu/register/transferring

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Moore College of Art & Design – Students Show Off Culinary Skills for Edible Book Party

In an event that gives new meaning to "devouring literature," Moore students whipped up fantastical food creations to celebrate their favorite books as part of the International Edible Book Festival on April 1. Read about their challenges of making with ingredients they had on hand, tales of family members snacking on their classwork and see the array of classics they captured in food form.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

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Moore College of Art & Design – Former Dean of Students Joan Stevens Passes Away

"Joan was a fierce advocate for young women, education and the arts. She led by example.” Please join us in remembering former Dean of Students Joan Stevens. We at Moore extend our deepest condolences to Joan’s family and loved ones.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

Memos from Moore: President Cecelia Fitzgibbon

In this week’s Memos from Moore, read a letter from President Cecelia Fitzgibbon and Chief Academic Officer/Academic Dean Patricia Phillips regarding the College’s plans for upcoming events and senior celebrations: https://moore.edu/student-life/health/coronavirus-advisory

Hear from President Fitzgibbon now about the ways we’re celebrating 2020 graduating students, including a virtual honors convocation ceremony, a website showcasing their artworks, fashion show updates and more.

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TAKE MOORE’S SHORT WALKING TOUR!

Welcome to Moore – virtually! Take a walking tour through Moore’s beautiful, intimate campus and explore all the places that each major calls home. What’s your favorite spot on campus?

In just over five minutes, Fashion Design major Tori Dallas will escort you on a tour of the entire Moore College of Art & Design campus, located on the Benj...

This week’s #mooreseniorspotlight is Animation & Game Arts major Sarah Barden ‘20! Sarah had this to say about her experience at Moore: "Moore has helped me grow into an artist that I would have never imagined. Looking back at my old art before I came here to what my art is now, it is truly incredible the amount of growth that I have gone through. This is a still from my senior thesis film, and it is still very much under the editing and fixing up process, but I really wanted to show this because looking at how far I have come makes me so incredibly grateful for everything that Moore has provided for me."

Why Moore? Kim Brickley's Top Reasons to Transfer to Moore

“Moore's walkable campus and small class sizes are among many reasons transfer students should consider Moore.” Find out what life at Moore could be like for you with our upcoming virtual residence life and transfer student information sessions! Chat with Admissions and Academic staff members as well as current Moore students via Zoom on April 14 (Residence Life) and April 16 (Transfer) at 5:30 pm EST / 2:30 PST.

Virtual Residence Life Information Session registration: https://admissions.moore.edu/register/residence-life

Virtual Transfer Information Session registration: https://admissions.moore.edu/register/transferring

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Utilizing Art to Navigate Public Access: A Panel Discussion. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Next week: Join Moore’s MA and MFA Candidates in Socially Engaged Art on April 16 from 1–2 pm for “Conversations @ Moore: Utilizing Art to Navigate Public Access,” an online panel discussion with Philadelphia-based thought leaders and culture workers in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. This timely event will address ongoing issues of public access to Philadelphia resources - such as transit, healthcare, and the arts - in direct conversation with people who are working in various ways to overcome barriers. http://moore.edu/conversations

zoom.us Moore College of Art and Design MA and MFA Candidates in Socially Engaged Art at present Utilizing Art to Navigate Public Access: A Panel Discussion. This online panel discussion will address issues of public access in Philadelphia to resources such as transit, healthcare, and the arts, with those c...

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Moore College of Art & Design – Moore at Home: How Students and Faculty Are Adjusting

From lagging Wi-Fi to pet meet and greets, Moore faculty and students are navigating new challenges as they transition to online courses. Read stories of unexpected perks of virtual learning, how studio classes are translating, the difficulty of coming to terms with lost experiences and how the Moore community is supporting one another.

moore.edu COVID-19 Update: Moore has transitioned to remote and alternative learning methods for the spring semester. Visit moore.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and our FAQ.

Memos from Moore: Cecelia Fitzgibbon, President

“You belong at Moore.” In this week’s Memos from Moore, hear from President Cecelia Fitzgibbon as she reflects on our first-ever virtual Accepted Students Day hosted over the weekend and the importance of finding moments of joy in times of great difficulty. She looks forward to what the future will bring—including the excitement of being back on campus together, and how wonderful it will be to get to know a new class of bright and talented Moore students.

Read President Fitzgibbon’s full letter to the ever-growing Moore community: https://moore.edu/about-moore/blog-publications/blog/2020/04/06/memos-from-moore-president-fitzgibbon-on-accepted-students-day-and-the-future

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Coronavirus blight, transformed by art: Across Philly, signs of solidarity sprout amid the gloom

🌼 “Creativity is like the wildflowers that grow in a vacant parking lot. You can’t tamp it down.” Artists of all walks of life throughout Philadelphia are adapting to the unprecedented challenges of pandemic restrictions with a multitude of DIY public art projects, planting seeds of solidarity throughout the city as they allow creativity to continue to bloom. Budding artists are also helping bring vibrancy to Philly windows and streets, such as the weekly scavenger hunts and rainbow installations brought to life by participants of One Philly Art and Fishtown Doodle.

Read more about the ways Philadelphians are making their mark during this strange time, via Philadelphia Inquirer.

inquirer.com The rush of creative energy is coming from all angles: professional artists, shut out of museums and galleries, and families, stranded and stir-crazy at home.

Accepted students: Have you registered for tomorrow’s virtual Accepted Students Day? Join us from 1–3 pm EST / 10 am – 12 pm PST (don’t worry, you can still sleep in 😉) for a choose-your-own admissions adventure that will give you a peek into what you can expect when you choose Moore. Visit our website to register: moore.edu/2020accepted. In the meantime, check out some works by your soon-to-be classmates!

🎨: 1. @ok.gabi 2. @leslielippold 3. @spirits_in_the_stars 4. @juliana_r0se_

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Philly museums and med students band together to donate protective gear to front-line health-care providers

As hospitals around the country begin to run critically low on protective gear, Moore has donated 200 N95 masks and 250 gowns to Philadelphia’s Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, to aid in protecting medical personnel on the forefront of Jefferson Health’s COVID-19 treatment. Many other members of the Moore community have also offered their services, including Fashion Design department chair Nasheli Juliana Ortiz-González (Nasheli Juliana) with transdisciplinary practice 22 Studio, who formed an online sewing group, recorded a tutorial on how to make masks and sewed 20 of them in two hours on Thursday. Read more about what Philadelphia art schools and museums are doing to aid in this crisis via Philadelphia Inquirer.

inquirer.com Museums and art institutions have a stockpile of masks, gloves, respirators, and other PPE for use in art making and conservation. They've turned it all over to hospitals fighting coronavirus.

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Welcome to Moore, Accepted Students!
“Moore has instilled a confidence in her that I’ve really seen grow.”
Memos from Moore: Joshua Wilkin, Dean of Students
Why Moore? Katerina Pak on Why You Should Transfer to Moore
Memos from Moore: President Cecelia Fitzgibbon
Why Moore? Kim Brickley's Top Reasons to Transfer to Moore
Memos from Moore: Cecelia Fitzgibbon, President
Alisa Sepulveda '22 - Accepted Students Day
Memos from Moore: Elizabeth Cahill, Vice President of Institutional Advancement
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