Getting work done with the interns! Love these guys @marriecay and #Irma #summer #fashion #fashiondesign #errands (at Fabric Row)
Hear from Pamela Foulke, a Fine Arts Sophomore, at Moore College of Art & Design. Learn about her experience drawing Anime, and how it introduced her to the world of Fine Arts, (0:08) her excitement at the response to her work at National Portfolio Day, (0:23) her apprehension at going to an all-women’s BFA college & and her resulting enjoyment and confidence from the environment, (0:32) frequenting Chinatown and South Street, (0:51) some of her favorite classes, (1:19) explains the print-making processes she’s using and experimenting with at Moore, (1:39) Moore is… (2:47)VIDEO PRODUCTION:Moore College of Art & Design Marketing & Communication DepartmentDirector & Interviewer: Roy WilburMultimedia Producer & Editor: Dave RizzioADDITIONAL FOOTAGE:Generously provided by our friends at:VisitPhilly.com and the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation (GPTMC):http://visitphilly.com— StillSoundlyAwake: https://www.youtube.com/user/stillsoundlyawake— RuleOfYum: https://www.youtube.com/user/RuleOfYum— Caitlin Morris: http://about.me/caitlinmorris— Hannah Eshleman: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/hannah-eshleman/5a/489/211MUSIC:Artifact, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Hear from Lydia Knopp, a Graphic Design and Curatorial Studies Junior, at Moore College of Art & Design. Learn about her experience with coming right out of a public, co-ed school in Kansas, and going to a private, all-women’s art college in Philly, (0:06) specifically experiencing the all-women academic environment, (0:36) the value of the opportunities she’s had at Moore, (1:05) going out and experiencing a city with over 300,000 other college students (1:17) the challenge a double major has in choosing her internship, (1:58) moving to Philly and finding her way through Mural Arts murals, (2:28) experiencing an internship on the west coast, and how her travels are creating a more well-rounded artist and person, (2:38) Moore is… (2:55)VIDEO PRODUCTION:Moore College of Art & Design Marketing & Communication DepartmentDirector & Interviewer: Roy WilburMultimedia Producer & Editor: Dave RizzioMUSIC:Enthusiast by Tours is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
Our Senior Show is up until May 17th. If you are in the area come check out these and many other amazing pieces by our graduating seniors!
Check out Rae Vittorelli’s ‘06 endeavor in sweets!
Celebrate Earth Day in our outdoor galleries! Watch the installation of Sol LeWitt’s exhibition “Lines in Four Directions in Flowers” here and visit often to see it bloom!
“Lines in Four Directions in Flowers,” Commissioned by the Fairmount Park Art Association in 1981, Realized by the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 2012 in cooperation with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, Sol LeWitt
On Tuesday, April 29th, I will host a pop-up shop at Knit Wit, unveiling my Spring 2014 Capsule Collection!!!
Please join me for a sip-and-see with refreshments and light bites and take an exclusive first look at the collection before its available online at dominiquestreater.com!
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MOOREcycle began in 2009 with a challenge to create an opportunity for Moore students to get involved in cross-disciplinary activities that build school pride and energize the student body by bringing together the campus community. Listen to Moore’s Foundation chair Lynn Palewicz, and TerraCycle (https://www.terracycle.com) Senior Designer (and Moore Alum) Lori Anselm (‘87) discuss what MOORECycle is all about!
Student Services, who leads the project, has been making MOOREcycle an annual event that engages all members of the Moore community, while creating environmental awareness. Moore partners with TerraCycle, one of the fastest-growing green companies in the world. TerraCycle’s mission is to eliminate the idea of “waste” by converting post-consumer products of all kinds into a wide variety of useful wares and materials for major retailers, often through a process called “upcycling.”
Moore students upcycled materials provided by TerraCycle that would otherwise be put in a landfill, for art and design assignments. For MOOREcycle, the company donated enough raw materials to cover the length of both sides of The Parkway! The College was able to partner with TerraCycle thanks to the connection made by alumna Lori Anselm ‘87, a textile design major who is a project designer at the company.
Special thanks to:
TerraCycle is a proud triple-bottom line company
Founded in 2001 by Tom Szaky, then a 20-year-old Princeton University freshman, TerraCycle, Inc. began producing organic fertilizer by packaging liquified “worm poop” in used soda bottles. Since the inauspicious start, TerraCycle has become one of the fastest-growing green companies in the world.
More than just a recycling company, TerraCycle strives to be a driving force behind increasing environmental awareness and action. Their goal is to be a trusted resource for families, schools, communities, and even corporations to find tips, stats, facts, tactics, and news to help them live a greener, cleaner lifestyle. They are Eliminating the Idea of Waste®.
Today, TerraCycle is a highly-awarded, international upcycling and recycling company that collects difficult-to-recycle packaging and products and repurposes the material into affordable, innovative products. TerraCycle is widely considered the world’s leader in the collection and reuse of non-recyclable, post-consumer waste.
TerraCycle works with more than 100 major brands in the U.S. and 22 countries overseas to collect used packaging and products that would otherwise be destined for landfills. It repurposes that waste into new, innovative materials and products that are available online and through major retailers.
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Director & Interviewer: Roy Wilbur (http://moore.edu/about-moore/contact-…)
Multimedia Producer & Editor: Dave Rizzio (http://moore.edu/about-moore/contact-…)
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