Tyler School of Art and Architecture

A spectator looks at Temple's exhibit in the Flower Show
Temple University plugs into “The Power of Nature” for the Philadelphia Flower Show
Type: News Story
The Philadelphia Flower Show will feature an exhibit by Temple University landscape architecture and horticulture students.
March 3, 2023
Weathering the storm
Type: News Story
Temple Ambler shows resilience as it prepares to remember the one-year anniversary of when a tornado hit the campus.
August 31, 2022
President Wingard in a glassmaking course.
Shattering expectations: Leading a glass program through a pandemic
Type: News Story
Temple University President Dr. Jason Wingard discusses how the Tyler School of Art and Architecture glass program adapted once COVID-19 hit.
March 24, 2022
Image of professor of sculpture at Tyler School of Art Karyn Olivier.
Karyn Olivier reveals Black history through her art
Type: News Story
The Temple University professor reflects on a career of examining and celebrating Black history through her work.
March 17, 2022
yler A. Ray stands in front of one of 14 murals inside the Church of the Advocate.
Temple senior works to preserve a neighborhood staple
Type: News Story
Tyler A. Ray, Class of 2022, works to raise awareness about North Philly’s Church of the Advocate.
February 23, 2022
Image of Taylor Sanders standing in front of various paintings.
Alumna launches her own beauty brand after founding student organization
Type: News Story
Temple inspired Taylor Sanders to found the student organization Women of Color Creatives and launch a business.
February 17, 2022
Temple University professor Linda Earle
Striving for diversity, equity and inclusion in the arts
Type: News Story
Linda Earle, professor of practice in fine arts management, explains how institutions and artists are pushing for cultural equity.
February 14, 2022
mage of Assistant Professor at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture Emily Neumeier.
Tyler School of Art and Architecture launches new podcast network, STELLA RADIO
Type: News Story
The inaugural podcast is “Monument Biography.”
January 17, 2022
Temple alumnus Mat Tomezsko at work on the "Revolutionary Philadelphia" mural.
A new mural gives high school students the opportunity to show what fighting inequality means to them
Type: News Story
Reducing inequality through art
November 12, 2021
Flavia Astete pictured.
International scholarship recipients find themselves at home at Temple
Type: News Story
Temple international students thrive, thanks to scholarships.
October 26, 2021
Tornado damage at Ambler Campus.
The road to recovery begins
Type: News Story
Ambler Campus shows resilience in response to tornado.
September 22, 2021
Gabriel Kaprielian wearing a black button down shirt and black pants
Envisioning resilient cities
Type: News Story
Tyler professor and Fulbright scholar uses digital platforms to imagine how cities can respond to climate change.
September 1, 2021
Temple University professor Jenny Kowalski
Designing an experimental pathway to accessibility
Type: News Story
Tyler’s Jenny Kowalski recently received a grant to continue her work bringing accessible design to the screen.
July 23, 2021
Mat Tomezsko holding the collage example piece for Revolutionary Philadelphia.
Temple takes on U.N. art challenge, forges path toward equality
Type: News Story
Temple-sponsored art competition showcases commitment to the U.N.’s principles of reducing inequalities.
June 7, 2021
An image from Diploma Project
A Tyler tradition: “Diploma Project” is an annual special gift for graduating art and architecture students
Type: News Story
Feminist media artist and Temple graduate Angela Washko collaborated with Tyler students to create this year’s class gift.
May 26, 2021
Giant corpse flowers at Temple Ambler.
Photo gallery: Temple Ambler’s giant corpse flowers
Type: News Story
A close look at the two rare “Amorphophallus titanum” plants.
May 19, 2021
Ben Snyder among plants in the Ambler Greenhouse.
What's the big stink: nine things to know about the giant corpse flower
Type: News Story
Temple horticulturist Ben Snyder shares interesting facts about this unique and rare plant species.
May 12, 2021
One large and one small corpse flower prepare to bloom.
Rare flowers prepare to unfurl at Temple Ambler
Type: News Story
Find out how you can see Temple Ambler’s rare corpse flowers blossom.
May 12, 2021
A student poses during the Wearable Art Show.
2021 Wearable Art Show goes virtual
Type: News Story
The annual show hosted by the Tyler School of Art and Architecture will bring the runway and cutting-edge work into viewers’ homes with a virtual screening of a unique film.
May 7, 2021
students tending an urban garden
Tyler supports program addressing inequities created by climate change
Type: News Story
Students use their arts disciplines to tell crucial stories from Philadelphia neighborhoods hit hardest by excessive heat.
April 14, 2021
Tyler student Alexandra Dodge at work.
Reducing anxiety by design
Type: News Story
How a design student at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture created an app to help anxiety sufferers manage panic attacks.
February 18, 2021
Polly Apfelbaum wearing a pom-pom hat she designed
Graduating Tyler students receive a special class gift
Type: News Story
As a graduation gift, Tyler’s Class of 2020 receives pom-pom hats designed by one of Tyler’s most distinguished alumni, Polly Apfelbaum, TYL ’78.
December 9, 2020
Temple University and Drexel University students show off their art work.
Art as resilience in a time of isolation
Type: News Story
Students use Zoom therapeutic art workshops to connect and learn during the pandemic.
December 3, 2020
Marc Coleman, founder, president and CEO of The Tactile Group
Marc Coleman is not your typical CEO
Type: News Story
Coleman’s company values different voices, flexibility and kindness.
November 18, 2020
Helen Drutt English
A gift of books
Type: News Story
The donation from a Tyler alumna will bolster Temple’s robust resources for artists and scholars.
October 14, 2020