Charles Moore Curatorial Residency at International Studio & Curatorial Program
International Studio & Curatorial Program
Brooklyn, NY
July 1–August 31, 2020


Tariku Shiferaw, Killing Me Softly (Fugees), 2020

Charles Moore holds a Masters in museum studies from Harvard University. At Harvard, his Master’s thesis discussed the inequalities of partnership programs between schools in Black communities and art museums. Moore has published works with Artnet, Artsy, and Arte Fuse, on the subjects of contemporary art. Recently, he started a Doctorate program at Columbia University, where he is exploring art practice and artwork made by people of color. 


Charles Moore  is a participant in the Artis Curatorial Residency Program, which provides New York-based curators and writers with an opportunity to carry out research that brings contemporary visual artists from Israel into dialogue with their own research topics, while being immersed in a dynamic arts community at a partner New York-based residency program. Artis works closely with each Curator-in-Residence to help develop the scope of their research and make connections to arts practitioners and cultural organizations from Israel. Residents develop a final project to culminate their participation in the program, which can take the form of an exhibition proposal, essay, online publication, or digital project.