Our staff!

Elizabeth Gilly –  Coordinator of Learning Through Photography at Moore / Outreach and Public Programs Coordinator, The Galleries at Moore

Elizabeth (Liz) Gilly received her B.F.A. in Metalsmithing from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002 and her M.A. in Art History from Temple University in 2007. Liz joined The Galleries at Moore in 2005 as the Institute of Museum and Library Services Education Intern where she worked to develop and implement foundation programs in contemporary art education.  In September of 2007 she became the first full-time Outreach and Public Programs Coordinator to expand the established programs and enhance The Galleries’ role in art education in Philadelphia. Most recently she helped to develop and became the coordinator of Moore’s newest education outreach initiative through The Galleries for public schoolchildren, Learning Through Photography at Moore.

Gabrielle Lavin – Gallery Manager, The Galleries at Moore

Gabrielle Lavin received her B.F.A. in Sculpture & Printmaking from Pennsylvania State University in 2004.Immediately after, she attended the Fabric Workshop and Museum’s full time apprenticeship residency program, and upon completion, was asked to return as a Print Fellow where she assisted the studio staff in production of various artist projects and gained experience as the museum’s administrative assistant. For two years she served as assistant to Marion Boulton Stroud, the artistic director/founder of the Fabric Workshop and played an integral role in securing and managing the Fabric Workshop’s interim location, The New Temporary Contemporary at 1222 Arch Street. In addition to her current role as Gallery Manager at The Galleries, Gabrielle helped to establish the DesignLab series of collaborative exhibitions in 2010 in our Insights Gallery on Race Street.

 

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