Gregg Moore, Visual and Performing Arts professor, was featured in a Dec. 5 The New York Times article for his collaboration with Chef Dan Barber of Blue Hill at Stone Farms restaurant.
Moore approached Barber about a “farm-to-table” approach to not only the food served at Blue Hill, but the...
Arcadia Exhibitions received a grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage that will support a multifaceted project by award-winning visual artist Polly Apfelbaum, who has accepted a residency with the University’s Ceramics program.
“This is Not a Rug/A Sun Bonnet Woman” will examine...
Gregg Moore, associate professor of Art and Design, opened “Soil, Stone, Bone”—a ceramics exhibition featuring bone china made from animal bones ashes and farmland earth—at The Clay Studio in Old City, Philadelphia.
Moore’s collection of bone-ash ceramics is inspired by the cycle of life,...
By Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Tobias Landberg and Associate Professor of Art and Design Gregg Moore
Gregg Moore, associate professor of Art and Design, and Dr. Tobias Landberg, assistant professor of Biology, were awarded a $10,000 Materials-Based Research Grant from the Center...
Gregg Moore is an artist, designer and Professor at the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Science, Arcadia University. Moore teaches in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts where he directs the Ceramics program. His studio practice explores the relationship between ceramics and new media, drawing from fundamental historical foundations while questioning and investigating perceptions of the ceramic field. His most recent project consists of a line of earthenware and porcelain tableware, mixed media sculpture and multimedia and video based installation examining the practices of gardening, farming and eating.
Areas Of Focus
Ceramic art and design, sculpture
Hometown Glenside, PA
Home Country USA
B.A., Major in Geo-Sciences
Minor in Environmental Studies
New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University