Professor A. Doyle Moore retired from the School of Art and Design in 1991 after teaching graphic design for 33 years. Moore then developed and taught an advanced class in typography that led to the 2004 Finial Press production of a major work authored by Guy Davenport, taught a class at Japan House on the theory of Japanese aesthetics, and created hand-formed containers for incense used in the presentation of the tea ceremony.
The A. Doyle Moore International Travel Fund in Graphic Design provides supplemental funds to support oversees study and travel of students enrolled in the Graphic Design Program in the School of Art and Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The A. Doyle Moore Japan House Advancement Fund supports the outreach efforts of his beloved Japan House. Gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.