This Friday evening, June 6, come see the opening reception and presentation for 5 INTO 1: Philadelphia Sculptors’ 15th Annual Student Exhibition, at The Galleries at Moore. The show includes two Moore recent graduates, and is curated in part by a Moore alum!
Hosted annually by Moore and organized by Philadelphia Sculptors, 5 Into 1 features work by recent graduates from BFA and MFA programs at five Philadelphia art & design schools. Participating artists from the following schools include, Moore College of Art & Design: Lucy Heurich, Veronica Perez ; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: Eric Clark, Matthew Herzog; Tyler School of Art: Larkin Dugan, Theresa Sterner; University of Pennsylvania: Anthony Bowers, Theo Mullen; and The University of the Arts: Ryan Berardi, Ashley Carrega. This year’s exhibition is curated by former 5 Into 1 exhibiting artists Aimee Gilmore and Sarah Peoples.
For more information visit:
The Galleries at Moore
Published May 5, 2014
Events , Library News
Join us this Thursday and Friday for extended hours at Connelly Library!
The library will be open
8 AM till 12:00 AM May 8th and 9th.
Work on your papers or final projects.
Coffee and treats will be provided. We look forward to seeing you all there!
You’re invited to celebrate Sarah Peter’s 211th Birthday!
A cake-cutting will take place on Tuesday, May 10th at 11:30 am in the Dining Hall. Don’t miss it!
National Constitution Day is today, September 17th! Signed into law in 2007, Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution. Celebrate by reading up on the signers of the Constitution at the National Archives website.
Library Computers Celebrating Constitution Day!
Performance artist Karen Finley will be speaking about her work at Moore as part of the Studio Art Graduate Program Lecture Series. This exciting event will take place on April 21st from 6:30-7:30pm in Stewart Auditorium.
Karen Finley’s work spans a number of mediums, such as performances, books, and recordings, and is often considered controversial due to its graphic depictions of sexuality, abuse and disenfranchisement. Finley was one of the four artists whose grants from the NEA were vetoed in 1990, a dispute which brought art to the forefront of American politics.
For more of Karen Finley’s work, the library owns several of her books and videos. You’re sure to have a strong opinion about this provocative artist one way or the other!
Welcome back from Spring Break! An exciting event is taking place this Wednesday.
As part of the Studio Art Graduate Program’s Lecture Series, distinguished artist Chakaia Booker will discuss her work and her current medium of rubber tires. You may know Booker from her sculptures that were installed last year in Aviator Park across from Moore.
Booker, who frequently addresses social concerns and issues of identity, has work included in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Akron Museum of Art.
The lecture will take place in Stewart Auditorium from 6:00-7:30 pm. Don’t miss what’s sure to be an inspiring talk!
Welcome back everyone! We hope you had a restful and enjoyable winter break.
We want to share with you an exciting film screening coming up: Persepolis will be shown Tuesday, Jan. 26 in Stuart Auditorium, from 8-11 pm. This screening is for Moore and other art and design students, in preparation for the deadline of the One Book, One Philadelphia Graphic Art Contest (January 28th!)
If you’re on the fence about seeing this wonderful movie, here’s the trailer:
Published February 11, 2009
Art , Events , Library News , Quiz
Tags: Basquiat, connelly library, DVD, library quiz, One Film One Philadelphia, Spring Semester, Videos
What was Basquiat’s tag on his early work?
Be the first to answer this question and win a copy of the One Film One Philadelphia selection, Basquiat.