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|Moore Magazine Online
The Summer/Fall 2013 issue of Moore magazine is now available for viewing on Moore’s website! This issue, with the theme of technology, highlights the many technological advances Moore has made, including the iPad® intiative, and all the new ones to come, including the new major in Interactive & Motion Arts launching this fall.
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Detail of For Trane & Parker, Moe Brooker, 2010, mixed media on canvas
|New York Trip to See Moe Brooker Exhibition |
Please join President Cecelia Fitzgibbon and fellow friends of Moore for a New York City trip to see Special Assistant to the President Professor Moe Brooker’s current exhibition, Present Futures, Here and Now at June Kelly Gallery on Thursday, August 1. The proposed itinerary for the day includes visiting the exhibition, exploring SoHo, taking a group tour of the New Museum and more. The cost of the trip is $125 per person/$200 per couple and includes transportation and beverages/snacks. Please contact Allysson Cwyk at email@example.com or 215.965.4050 by July 17 to reserve your space for the trip.
|Peace Paper Project
Under the direction of Moore student Victoria Lattanzi, a Frieda Fehrenbacher Leadership Fellowship recipient, the college will be hosting the first-ever Peace Paper Workshop in Philadelphia next week. It will consist of taking articles of clothing that hold significant meaning and turning them into paper. There will be a 2-day free workshop for the Moore community on July 15 & 18. It will be a panty pulping workshop. However, if participants would feel more comfortable using other articles of clothing that have significance they are welcome to use them.
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Detail of The Universe, Heather Ujiie, 2013, digital inkjet print on cotton sateen
Heather Ujiie is having a busy summer. Ujiie, adjunct professor of Foundation, Fashion Design, Fine Arts (Textiles), and Interior Design, is exhibiting work in “Nature’s Mark” at the Hunderton Art Museum in Clinton, NJ through September 8, 2013. She has also been selected as one of two artists for the 2013/14 residency program at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library in Delaware.
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|Raptor, Marc Dickerson, 2012||Film al Fresco
Indie film and food trucks will converge once again this week with Film al Fresco, an outdoor film series presented by The Galleries at Moore. On Friday July 12, the 2013 summer series will dish up free independent films by Philadelphia-area filmmakers and tasty street snacks from local food trucks at dusk (approximately 8 pm.) The films, including Raptor by Marc Dickerson, will be shown on a large outdoor screen in Aviator Park, across the street from Moore, located at 1916 Race Street. The last Film al Fresco event will be July 26.
READ ABOUT THE FILM LINE-UP AND FOOD TRUCKS
|The Art Shop at Moore, now in its tenth year, provides a unique shopping experience, featuring handmade artwork by Moore students and alumnae. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!|
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