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Instructor: Carol Moore
Monday - Friday
July 29 - August 2
1pm - 4pm
5 Sessions

Interested in jump-starting your studio practice and stimulating your current approaches to making work? This course engages artists in challenging 2 and 3 dimensional drawing projects intended to expand their visual language and practice by referencing artists who have devised methodologies that effectively articulate their personal voice - whether using drawing to inform their larger body of work or redefining drawing as a final product unto itself. Students will bring their own drawing materials and some as requested by the instructor.

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Associate Professor Emerita, Carol Moore received the 2013 Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching from The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. Professor Moore’s drawings, prints, artist books, and interactive projects have explored and expanded the concept of the visual narrative in 2 and 3 dimensional formats. Since receiving her MFA from the Tyler School of Art, she has exhibited her work in US and international venues including: Galleria Nuovo Stazione, Florence, Italy; Tainjin College, China; Galleria O Cavalete, Brazil. She has received teaching and working residencies from The American Academy in Rome, Gallaudet University, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Philadelphia Mayor’s Grant, and The Federal University of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. International collections include:The Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt; National Museum of Women in the Arts; Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice; and Artist Book Collections of Bryn Mawr College, The Clark Institute, Swarthmore College, & Wellesley College. Professor Moore & her husband, Phil Schulman co-publish collaborative projects through Laughing Contessa Press. Currently represented by Cerulean Gallery, Philadelphia, her work may be seen at carolleottamoore.com & The Philadelphia Senior Artist Initiative Oral History Project at www.seniorartists.org/2010saiartists.