Arts & Culture
Three faculty members and one alumnus are recipients of 2015 Pew Center for Arts & Heritage fellowships, which support the arts in Philadelphia.
July 30, 2015
A review of two new exhibitions by Stanley Whitney, professor emeritus of painting and drawing at Tyler School of Art, was published in ‘The New York Times.’
July 23, 2015
Sculpture Professor Karyn Olivier was chosen by the city of Philadelphia's Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy to construct a public art installation in Philadelphia's Stenton Park.
July 16, 2015
John Creveling, EDU '93, is one of 13 artists whose work was selected to appear in the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation’s 2015 Creativity and Parkinson’s Calendar.
Letterer and type designer Jessica Hische, TYL '06, whose many clients include Starbucks and Tiffany & Co., reveals to Oprah.com what inspires her work.
Paula Scher, TYL '70, and Keith Hartwig, TYL '11, collaborated on a large-scale installation that provides a look at the entire city through a hand-painted map covering the walls and floor of Temple Contemporary.
The Huffington Post lists 21 ways Philadelphia is the coolest city in America, the latest accolade for the City of Brotherly Love.
As a follow-up to last month’s feature on springtime Philly attractions comes this list with all-new events and locations to explore this summer.
Temple University's theater program tops Onstageblog.com's list of most-underrated theater schools in the Northeast.
Through the Tyler School of Art's Distinguished Alumni Mentoring Program, Paula Scher, TYL ’70, and Keith Hartwig, TYL ’11, have come together to create a Philadelphia-based exhibit.
For his latest project, Tyler School of Art Professor Pepón Osorio will transform the inside of a Tyler classroom using salvaged materials from a vacant neighborhood elementary school. Read about this innovative project, as noted on Philly.com.
Climate fiction, or “cli-fi,” classes are emerging at college campuses around the world. English PhD candidate Ted Howell’s popular ‘Cli-Fi’ course was featured in a Reuters story that was picked up by ‘The New York Times.’
Art history professors Anna Arabindan-Kesson and Therese Dolan were featured in a segment on visual literacy in a recent episode of a new WHYY-TV program.