CONTENTS 2 FLEXIBLE PROGRAM OPTIONS 4 FIND YOUR FUTURE 6 DIGITAL DESIGN 12 FASHION STUDIES 18 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIES 22 FACULTY 25 ONLINE & INDEPENDENT FIELD STUDY 26 REGISTRATION INFORMATION 28 MAP/PARKING/TRANSPORTATION 29 REGISTRATION FORM DA
WELCOME TO IN/OUT Presented by Moore’s Graduate Social & Studio Practices department in conjunction with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, this three-day event highlights local and national practitioners concerned with facilitating deeper
Moore’s Teachers Summer Institute is designed to enhance the culture of teaching and empower learning in visual art. This professionally directed program of studio-based worksh
FIND YOUR FUTURE an inspiring visual arts program that gives independent young women the creative skills, insight, and support needed to dene and achieve their goals. SADI is open to all students in grades 10-12 who wish to develop their art and design
Moore's BFA programs are designed to cultivate each student's creative talents, and provide the technical and professional skills essential to building a successful career in the visual arts. Students learn from award-winning, professionally active faculty who bring real-world knowledge and expertise into the classroom and encourage excellence, creative exploration and self-expression to prepare students for lifelong learning and leadership in their chosen field. Moore also offers its students an array of minors that complement their course of study and allow them to advance their interests in support of their artistic and professional goals.
Young Artists Workshop students connect with and expand their creativity with others who share the same interests in a beautiful campus setting along the picturesque Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The program, founded in 1921, maintains a rich legacy of offering exceptional art and design educational experiences for youth and high school students in grades 1-12. Young Artists Workshop provides a strong grounding in the visual arts and encourages artistic and personal growth through inventive self-expression. Each course creates a dynamic environment where students build self-confidence along with a foundation of creative and technical skills. Classes are offered year-round – on Saturdays in the fall and spring and on weekdays during the summer.
These are the theses posters for candidates graduating on August 15, 2015 with MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations degrees from Moore.
Presented by Moore’s Graduate Social & Studio Practices department in collaboration with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, this two day-long symposium focused on selected case studies from local, national and international contexts that that highlight socially-engaged art from multiple perspectives.
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