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The Alumnae Association consists of nearly 5,700 alumnae residing in the US and abroad. Alumnae stay connected through the collaborative efforts of the Alumnae Affairs Office and the Alumnae Council. They work to connect alumnae to the College and each other.
The Association’s goal is to promote and share the achievements of alumnae, encourage volunteerism, provide educational and enrichment programs and actively support the College’s fundraising efforts.
Welcome to the alumnae section of the Moore website. This is a great resource with many ways to connect – or reconnect – with other alums. Find a calendar of programs and events, exhibition dates and opportunities specially designed for Moore alumnae. Visit our online exhibition featuring the work of six alumnae annually. You can update your contact information and send us your news for publication in Moore magazine or the online exhibition listing. You can also connect to Moore’s Alumnae Facebook page to share. Whatever your interest, there is something for you here.
I am excited to lead the Alumnae Association and honored to continue the work of my predecessors. A few of the things we are working on are new programs for recent alumnae, expanded exhibition opportunities and events for all alumnae.
You can access support for your professional goals here too. As a Moore alum, you have the life-long benefit of the services of the Locks Career Center. You can also search links to alumnae professional websites, and click to see which alumnae are currently exhibiting and where.
Supporting Moore has always been one of my priorities. It's essential that we all do what we can to guarantee that Moore continues to provide the finest education for women pursuing careers in the visual arts. I encourage you to include Moore in your annual giving. Your gift, in any amount, will ensure the College’s ability to offer scholarships to talented, deserving students, to attract first-rate faculty and maintain state-of-the-art facilities.
I would like to challenge you to help me involve even more alumnae and encourage you to contact me or Doris Chorney, our Director of Alumnae Affairs, with your thoughts and suggestions.
I hope you’ll accept my challenge. I look forward to hearing from you and working with you soon.
Heather Bryson, jeweler, fine artist, and owner of B Square Gallery in Philadelphia has accepted the presidency of Moore College of Art & Design's Alumnae Association. She succeeds Joanne Adams who completed her two-year term in June.
Bryson graduated from Moore in 1992 with a BFA in sculpture. She taught in both the Young Artist Workshop and Continuing Education programs, as well as an Introduction to Metals course. In 2000 she opened B Square Gallery, a vehicle to showcase all the talented people she knows and respects, which also allows her to concentrate full time on her artwork.