Arts & Culture
Charles L. Blockson, founder of the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection, will receive the award at a ceremony on Temple’s campus on May 25.
April 25, 2017
The students created a social justice poster for each letter of the alphabet.
April 5, 2017
The pioneer will be the first Jack Wolgin Annual Visiting Artist, work with Tyler students and lecture to the public—all thanks to a generous gift.
April 3, 2017
Temple students worked with a Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright to bring 'Reggie Hoops', an original play, to Randall Theater.
Temple presented two wildly bold and funny operas rolled into one: ‘The Impresario’ and ‘La Canterina.’
Two alumni are working toward the creation of a Philadelphia-based union for film and television crews to continue luring productions to the city.
Through a theater makeup class, students get hands-on experience in applying different kinds of makeup for different settings—including a zombie apocalypse.
Associate Professor Elisabeth Subrin’s experience writing and directing her feature film debut has had a positive impact on her teaching.
From costume and set design to choosing the perfect wig, take a look at how Temple Theaters brought the musical "Hairspray" to the stage of Tomlinson Theater.
Graduates of the College of Liberal Arts and the Tyler School of Art are influencing the city’s art scene.
Dan Campbell, EDU ’11, frontman of the band The Wonder Years, shaped his perspective at Temple.
Natalia de la Torre, TFM ’06, designed beautiful costumes—and clothing that can withstand being thrown across stage—for three different shows at this year’s Fringe Festival.
Temple will partner the Philadelphia Jazz Project to present a series of events celebrating John Coltrane.