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|Film al Fresco
Indie film and food trucks will converge this week with the launch of Film al Fresco, an outdoor film series presented by The Galleries at Moore. The 2013 summer series will dish up free independent films by Philadelphia-area filmmakers and tasty street snacks from local food trucks on the following Fridays: June 14, June 28, July 12 and July 26 at dusk (approximately 8 pm). The films will be shown on a large outdoor screen in Aviator Park, across the street from Moore, located at 1916 Race Street.
READ MORE ABOUT FILM AL FRESCO AND VIEW A LIST OF FILMS/FOOD TRUCKS
|KING ON 34th
Contestants for a competitive fashion reality show filming at Moore arrived at the college on Friday, June 7. Filming will last two weeks. “KING ON 34th” is centered around fashion and business icon J. Alexander Martin of FUBU and set in New York City on 34th Street. The show is built around 12 designers who will work in groups, potentially featuring Moore fashion design graduates, to compete in weekly challenges that lead to dramatic eliminations.
READ MORE ABOUT KING ON 34TH
|Detail of Eye of the Beholder, Elaine M. Erne||Faculty Activities
Moore faculty are busy this summer giving lectures and exhibiting their work. Faculty members Richard Harrington, Elaine Erne, John McDaniel and Lynne Horoschak are just some of the faculty with busy schedules. Read about what they’re doing this summer and please e-mail your faculty news to email@example.com
|Seeking Stories from Youth Program Alums
For more than nine decades, tens of thousands of youth have been enrolled in Moore’s Youth Programs. Were you one of them? If so, we’d like to hear from you as we begin a campaign to collect testimonials from those who experienced art-making at Moore during their early years. Please share your thoughts and the year you were enrolled by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have an idea for a person to profile.
|COME VISIT US AT MOORE! Tours are always available Monday through Friday for prospective BFA students. Contact the Admissions Office at 215.965.4015, 1.800.523.2025, or email us at email@example.com to schedule your appointment. Tours are led by our knowledgeable Student Ambassadors and include classroom observations, residence hall visits, and talks with our faculty and our students. During your tour you will also meet individually with an Admissions Counselor. We encourage you to bring your portfolio for an informal or formal review. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!|
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