“SADI has helped my high school art students immensely. Many of their college portfolio pieces were from this program.” — L. Harned, Art Teacher, Long Island INSPIRING Cover Art by N. Rosen, SADI Student.
Welcome to Moore College of Art & Design The purpose of the Graduate Student Handbook is to provide information on all aspects of student life at Moore College of Art & De- sign. Included in the Handbook are the College’s calendar for 2014–2015, a directory of administrative services, an explanation of the College’s administrative services, College policies, and academic policies and regulations. It is the responsibility of Moore College of Art & Design to formulate the policies and regulations contained in the Handbook. These policies and regulations govern the relationships of all of the College’s constituencies. By enrolling in Moore College of Art & Design, students agree to subscribe to the rules, regulations and policies found in the Handbook. Therefore, it is very important that students familiarize themselves with this material. The Handbook is based on the most current information available at the time of publication; however, policies, regulations and proce- dures are subject to change. Whenever possible, students will receive notification of changes either through an email or at the registra- tion period following the change. Once changes in policies, regulations or procedures are published, students are governed by t hem rather than by the ones that might have been in effect when they originally matriculated at the College. Therefore, students ar e advised to verify that the information in the Handbook is current by contacting the appropriate College office. The Handbook is not a c ontrac- tual or legal statement. The Director of Graduate Studies and the Dean of Students oversee the preparation of the Graduate Stud ent Handbook. A pdf version will be available at www.moore.edu . Students who would like a printed copy of the Student Handbook should see Stu- dent Services. Published May 19, 2014 Cover image: Betty Draper, by Marie Lauver (MFA, 2014)
Image: Kate Leibrand, Snug, 48” x 96” x 4” felt, lace, yarn, mesh, sculpey, 2012. 2014 GRADUATE EXHIBITION MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations MFA in Interior Design MFA in Studio Art August 9 – 30, 2014 Levy Gallery for the Arts in Philadelphia MA IN ART EDUCATION: Carlie Enlow Cathy Hall Krystal Klunk Leila Falcon Lindo Carla Montalvo Sunnylee Mowery Allison Schellenger Regina Scott MFA IN INTERIOR DESIGN: Mary Bowman Danielle Puccini Marsa Sadighi MFA IN STUDIO ART: Kenny Harris Marie Lauver Kate Leibrand THE GALLERIES AT MOORE 215.965.4027 firstname.lastname@example.org thegalleriesatmoore.org Gallery Hours Monday – Thursday: 11 am – 5 pm Friday: 11 am – 8 pm Saturday: 11 am – 5 pm Closed Sundays and all academic and legal holidays Admission is FREE
COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN the artistic potential Summer is a wonderful time for young people to discover and grow their for High School ANNUAL HIGH Pre-College PRE-COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Painting Studio