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LTP at Moore // Imagination Invasion Project

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The first Learning through Photography at Moore School-Community Project (IMAGINATION INVASION) developed and led by artists and educators Kathryn Sclavi and Jebney Lewis with 6th grade students at …

The first Learning through Photography at Moore School-Community Project (IMAGINATION INVASION) developed and led by artists and educators Kathryn Sclavi and Jebney Lewis with 6th grade students at Warren G. Harding Middle School.

After developing alter-ego characters and collaborative movie plots, the characters were brought to life during a day-long professional photo shoot at Harding. Those images have been turned into large-format posters by Moore graphic design students and other design professionals, and will be on view at Moore through February 4.

The exhibition featured all three large-format movie posters, original movie scripts, and video interviews and in-process photographs with participating students and artists.

This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services

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  • 1. The first Learning Through Photography at Moore School-Community Project Developed and led by artists and educators Kathryn Sclavi and Jebney Lewis with 6th grade students at Warren G. Harding Middle School
  • 2. The project is part of a three-year grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) in support of communityoriented projects as extensions of classroom programs as part of LTP at Moore, the College’s outreach and professional development program in Philadelphia-area K-12 schools. LTP at Moore has been implemented at Warren G. Harding Middle School since 2011 in the 6-8th grades.