Arts & Culture
On June 19, Temple University Libraries' Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection hosted “A Celebration of Philly Jazz in Observance of Juneteenth” featuring a discussion with and performances by legendary Philadelphia saxophonist Robert “Bootsie” Barnes.
June 25, 2014
The work of Tyler Distinguished Alumni Mentoring Program participants culminated in the exhibit "Polly Apfelbaum + Dan Cole: For the Love of Gene Davis," currently on display at Temple Contemporary.
June 18, 2014
Fourth-year architecture students designed the installation that covers the window bays of the front of that building, located next to the Tyler School of Art. “Patterning Porosity” will be on display in the Architecture Building until May 17.
April 29, 2014
Temple Theaters concludes its 2013–2014 season with a groundbreaking new drama, "Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls."
Inhabitants of the Schuylkill Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic made guest appearances in Assistant Professor Dan Featherston’s 'First-Year Writing' class.
The life’s work of Emeritus Professor of Religion Franklin Littell, one of the world’s foremost authorities on Holocaust studies, is now available in Temple University Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center. The collection opens Wednesday, April 9, with a discussion and a reception in Paley Library.
Temple Theaters' production of "Hair" is currently showing in Tomlinson Theater. The popular musical offers a countercultural commentary on love, war and youthful rebellion in the 1960s.
Melba Moore—Tony award-winning actress, recording artist and member of the original Broadway cast of “Hair”—visited Tomlinson Theater Friday, March 14, to share advice with student-actors from Temple's production of the hit musical.
Temple University Press authors Deborah Willis and Barbara Krauthamer's book, 'Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the End of Slavery,' has won an NAACP Image Award for 'Outstanding Literary Work—Non-Fiction.'
A walk through Temple’s Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit is a walk through time. Seventeen landscape architecture students and four horticulture students spent months developing the exhibit. In the Ambler Campus Greenhouse, horticulture staff have been working since August to help select the plant palette and ensure the plants and trees were ready for the show.
From a play about teen aggression to Hadyn at the Kimmel Center, performances of all kinds bloom at Temple this semester. Here are some highlights.
One of the foremost academic journals about the classics, “Classical World” is moving from New York University—where it was based for the past 20 years—to Temple.
Temple’s Diamond Marching Band is ready for its close-up: Among other high-profile performances this year, the band will appear in the new Martin Scorsese film, “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and in the remake of “Annie,” starring Jamie Foxx (pictured).