Arts & Culture
Temple’s Institute on Disabilities’ A Fierce Kind of Love initiative explores the story of the intellectual disability rights movement in Pennsylvania.
April 14, 2016
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the road to opening night for Temple Theaters’ production of a timeless Greek classic.
April 6, 2016
Jonathan Olshefski, SMC ’04, TFM ’11, spent nearly a decade documenting the happiness and hardship faced by the Rainey family.
March 15, 2016
James McClelland and Lynn Miller will lead a discussion the park system that coincides with the 2016 Philadelphia Flower Show.
Students and faculty drew inspiration for this year's exhibit from the nearby Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site.
Adam McKay's 'The Big Short' is the latest Oscar-nominated film with ties to Temple.
Temple College of Liberal Arts alumna is Philadelphia’s third poet laureate, and the third Owl in the post.
Winners will be awarded during a televised ceremony on Friday, Feb. 5.
Directed by Owls Keith Fulton, TFM ’95, and Lou Pepe, TFM ’97, ‘The Bad Kids’ offers insight into the effect of poverty on education in the U.S.
Adam McKay’s film 'The Big Short' is in the running for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Directing.
Theater students and faculty will collaborate with Kristoffer Diaz, Temple's first playwright-in-residence.
Graphic designer Bill Milnazik, TYL ’79, recently added a high-profile client to his list: the World Meeting of Families 2015 Congress, which includes the much-anticipated visit by Pope Francis to Philadelphia.
Temple Theaters kicks off its 48th season this week with a 40th anniversary production of ‘for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf’ by poet and activist Ntozake Shange.
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