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January 23, 2014

Moore College Of Art And Design Debuts Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk, An In-Depth Look At The Musicians Of The Groundbreaking Era, January 25-March 15

Opening this Saturday, January 25, Moore College of Art and Design welcomes Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk, an in-depth look at the world of punk from the collection of Andrew Krivine, a New York-based collector. Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk spotlights several hundred artifacts from the punk and post-punk musical era. […]

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October 3, 2013

The Mural Arts Program Presents A Dinner For 900 Guests, 70 x 7 The Meal, Act XXXIV, This Saturday, October 5 At New Location, Thomas Paine Plaza At The Municipal Services Building

This Saturday, October 5 the Mural Arts Program’s six-month-long public art venture, What We Sow, culminates in a grand outdoor performance piece and dinner, 70X7 The Meal, act XXXIV. Originally slated to take place on Independence Mall, due to the federal government shutdown, The Meal will now be held Municipal Services Building Thomas Paine Plaza […]

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September 26, 2013

Join The Conversation As What We Sow, The Mural Arts Program’s Six-Month-Long Heirloom Foods Project, Comes To A Grand Finale This Fall

This past summer, the Mural Arts Program launched a six-month public art venture, What We Sow, a visionary new undertaking that expands Mural Arts’ scope from visual public arts into the world of participatory, social and experimental art in a public space. Tapping the theme of heirloom foods as a jumping off point, What We […]

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June 3, 2013

Moore College Of Art And Design Presents Films By Local Filmmakers At Film Al Fresco, Outdoor Movie Screenings Paired With Food Truck Fare

Celebrate local filmmakers and food truck fare at Moore College of Art and Design’s Film al Fresco movie screenings. The event, which is a first for Moore College of Art and Design, showcases films by Philadelphia filmmakers on four Fridays in June and July. Pair the independent films with local bites from loved food trucks. […]

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May 31, 2013

Roundup: Our Guide To The Top Outdoor Movie Screenings This Summer In Philadelphia

Every summer brings sunny days, warm nights, picnics…and an overwhelming desire to spend every possible minute outside. After the work day ends, locations all over the city host outdoor movies to provide you with evening entertainment all summer long. Pack a picnic and a blanket and get ready to watch some of your favorite films […]

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May 31, 2013

The Galleries At Moore Opens Three New Exhibits Tomorrow, June 1, Including Sculpture By Students From Five Area Art Schools In 5 Into 1

This spring, Moore College of Art and Design brings three new exhibitions to the walls and halls of The Galleries at Moore. For the 14th year, Philadelphia Sculptors brings the work of students from five of the Philadelphia area’s art schools together in one comprehensive exhibit at The Galleries at Moore. In 5 Into 1, […]

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May 17, 2012

Moore College of Art & Design Presents All Together Now, Featuring 15 Local Artists In Celebration Of The Barnes Opening

Coinciding with the opening of the Barnes Foundation this weekend, the Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design present All Together Now, a special exhibition on view May 18 through July 28. The exhibition reinterprets Albert Barnes’s distinctive “wall ensembles” through the work of 15 Philadelphia-based artists, including Hiro Sakaguchi (recently featured in one […]

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January 25, 2012

Philagrafika Presents “Doing Time: Depth Of Surface,” A Photo Exhibition At Moore College

Here’s something for anyone who’s ever walked the empty halls of Eastern State Penitentiary: “Doing Time | Depth of Surface,” a print exhibition of the drawings, paintings and graffiti left behind on the walls of the historic, abandoned Holmesburg Prison. After operating for nearly 100 years, the Northeast Philadelphia prison closed in 1995, leaving behind […]

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November 22, 2011

Uwishunu’s Holiday Gift Guide: Our Top Picks For Where To Buy Locally Made Goods, Highlights From Each Place, And Upcoming Neighborhood Gift-Shopping Events

The tree lights are atwinkle, the store windows are bursting with red, green, silver and gold, the ribbon and wrapping paper and cards are calling your name from inside your cabinet. It’s officially gift-giving holiday heyday, and there’s no time like the present to stock up on Philadelphia-made crafts, clothes, food and more for the […]

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October 4, 2011

Moore College Of Art & Design To Host Its Annual Jump/Start Fashion Show Tonight, October 4

When one thinks of a fall fashion show, certain fabrics come to mind: chunky knitwear, light cashmere, perhaps wool. The annual student Jump/Start Fashion Show at Moore College of Art & Design is taking a different approach: paper. This year’s show is themed around the idea of temporary beauty and will feature intricate, sculptural paper […]

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