Jeanne Moore

Adjunct Faculty
PhD Candidate, Institute for Doctoral Studies MA, Wayne State University BA, Michigan State University

jmoore4@collegeforcreativestudies.edu

View some of Jeanne Moore‘s work

The intersection of art and community; in particular, the role of aesthetics in contemporary art and visual culture.

Professional Experience

Upon receiving her MA degree, Moore began teaching humanities, art history and visual culture at Madonna University, where she also spent ten years as Gallery Director for the Madonna University Exhibit Gallery. In 2013 Moore began her PhD studies in Art, Theory and Philosophy at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts (https://www.idsva.edu). She is currently a PhD candidate writing about aesthetic theory at the intersection of art and community. Moore has written extensively on contemporary art theory. She also has wide-ranging experience as a curator of contemporary art. She is co-owner of MOSAIC Productions, LLC and OFFICE SPACE Gallery, (https://www.mosaicproductionsllc.com) where she frequently lectures and holds exhibit-related panel discussions. In addition to her courses at CCS, since 2007 Moore has held the position of sessional instructor at the University of Windsor School of Creative Arts (SoCA) where she teaches Modern and Contemporary Art.

Significant Publications, Presentations and Exhibitions

2019 Presentation and Workshop: “The Curator as Artist” at the Arts Council Windsor & Region (https://acwr.net).
2018 Colby College Residency. IDSVA. “Communing in the Shadows: Ethics, Aesthetics and the Truth of Being.”
2018 Presenter/Panel Discussion Leader. Office Space Gallery. “Image Construction and the Role of Art in the City,” for group exhibition, D•Construction: Metamorphosis of the City.
2018 Panel Discussion Leader. Office Space Gallery. “On Reminiscence,” for exhibition, Reminiscence and the Unseen: Recent works by Darin Darby and Tim Tonachella.
2017 Panel Discussion Leader. Office Space Gallery. “The Bird as Visual Metaphor,” for exhibition, Vanity/Divinity: The Bird as Visual Metaphor.
2015 Berlin/Venice/Istanbul Residency. IDSVA. “Existential Reckoning, Spiritual Awakening: The Aesthetic Experience and the Autonomous Path to Self.”
2015 Presenter/Panel Discussion Leader. Madonna University Exhibit Gallery. “The Artifact of Truth in Museum Display,” for exhibition, Curio Artifacto: The Institute of Lateral Chronology.