Tyler School of Art and Architecture

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
Tyler student Katie Fish designed the "I Voted" sticker for Philadelphia.
Tyler student designs city’s new ‘I Voted’ sticker
Type: News Story
Katie Fish beat out more than 150 submissions in a citywide competition to replace Philadelphia’s previous Election Day sticker.
September 28, 2020
student organizing face shields for delivery
‘A World War II kind of effort’: Task force produces equipment for Temple University Hospital
Type: News Story
Forces from across the university have joined to produce materials to aid in the fight against COVID-19.
April 14, 2020
a student working on the exhibit
Temple invites Flower Show visitors to 'ungarden' their gardens
Type: News Story
At the 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show, Temple University landscape architecture and horticulture students and faculty are encouraging visitors to rethink their notions about the suburban landscape.
February 26, 2020
Tyler faculty and students roll pinhole camera
Tyler School of Art and Architecture creates giant mobile camera
Type: News Story
Tyler Photography and Architecture students and faculty collaborated to build a room-sized pinhole camera and “mobile gallery” to activate public spaces and spark curiosity.
April 26, 2019
Doug Bucci and Mallory Weston in studio
New vision for Tyler Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM
Type: News Story
The trendsetting program has hired two new faculty members and metals artists: Doug Bucci, who takes the helm as program head, and Mallory Weston.
October 23, 2018
Cardboard sculptures on display at the Tyler School of Art.
Mind to paper, Tyler gives high school students space to create
Type: News Story
Two full-scholarship programs funded by the Tyler School of Art allow local high school students to continue their art education during the summer.
August 20, 2018
a wearable art table illusion created by a Tyler student
Wearable Art Show celebrates “art that moves”
Type: News Story
Don’t call it a fashion show­—this annual end-of-academic-year event at Temple’s Tyler School of Art breaks down barriers separating artistic disciplines.
May 18, 2018
Associate Professor Lisa Kay teaching a class.
Tyler offers undergraduate art therapy program
Type: News Story
The new art therapy BA is a response to the No. 1 program requested by current and prospective students.
May 22, 2017
A man in a garden holding a sign that reads Next Stop: Kimley Horn.
Next Stop: Kimley Horn
Type: News Story
Derek Suomi transitioned from the U.S. Coast Guard to Temple, and now he's ready to begin his landscape architecture career at Kimley-Horn.
May 10, 2017
Susan E. Cahan, the newly appointed dean of Temple University’s Tyler School of Art.
Susan E. Cahan appointed dean of Tyler School of Art
Type: News Story
Temple University President Richard M. Englert has announced the appointment of Yale arts administrator as Tyler’s new dean, concluding a national search.
May 8, 2017
Stuart Holzer unveiling a plaque dedicating a painting studio to his wife
Tyler dedicates studio, scholarship in memory of 1973 graduate
Type: News Story
The Rhoda Psaty Holzer Painting Studio and Memorial Scholarship will carry on the painter’s creative spirit.
April 24, 2017
The alphabet of social justice
Type: News Story
The students created a social justice poster for each letter of the alphabet.
April 5, 2017
renowned artist Judy Pfaff, the first Jack Wolgin Annual Visiting Artist to come to Temple University’s Tyler School of Art
Renowned artist Judy Pfaff comes to Tyler School of Art
Type: News Story
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
Michael Latini holding a furry red puppet.
Tyler graduate builds podium for ‘Saturday Night Live’
Type: News Story
Michael Latini, TYL ’01, co-owns the production company that created the prop used in the show’s White House press briefing sketches.
March 17, 2017
A man and woman standing in front of a painting.
Behind the scenes of ‘Create TU’
Type: News Story
Meet the student stars of Temple’s newest video.
December 22, 2016
A large display of musical instruments and chairs hanging on a gallery wall.
Symphony for a Broken Orchestra
Type: News Story
The broken instruments on display at Temple Contemporary will be used to create an original composition performed by artists from around Philadelphia.
October 24, 2016
Pepón Osorio standing in front of a green wall.
President Obama to nominate Temple professor
Type: News Story
President Barack Obama will nominate Tyler professor to the National Council on the Arts.
October 7, 2016
The Bell Tower and a bright blue sky with a few white clouds in the background.
Temple seeks permanent deans for art and law schools
Type: News Story
Two vital searches are underway for candidates to lead the Tyler School of Art and Beasley School of Law.
September 27, 2016
A colorfully painted DNC donkey representing Tennessee.
Temple artists design donkeys
Type: News Story
As delegates flock to Philadelphia for the 2016 DNC, they’ll be greeted by a drove of Temple Made donkeys.
July 20, 2016
Elizabeth Bolman and President Neil D. Theobald wear flower leis and smile.
Uncovering art
Type: News Story
Professor of Art History Elizabeth Bolman received a 2016 Great Teacher Award for her work in and out of the classroom.
July 7, 2016
A man in a striped shirt drawing on paper at a desk.
Bringing newsprint to life
Type: News Story
Kevin Sprouls, TYL ’77, credits a Temple connection with helping him get his start at "The Wall Street Journal."
May 10, 2016
Lisa Kay wearing a teal jacket and standing in front of a bookcase.
Tyler professor receives national award for special needs art education
Type: News Story
The National Art Education Association and two other groups honored Kay, whose work pairs art therapy with art education.
March 25, 2016
Tables and chair arranged to look like a classroom in the reForm exhibit.
'reForm' exhibit at Tyler keeps local students connected
Type: News Story
Students from the shuttered Fairhill Elementary have used the reForm exhibit at Temple to hold meetings with organizations such as the School Reform Commission.
March 23, 2016
A group of students working on a design.
Division of Architecture and Environmental Design formed in Tyler School of Art
Type: News Story
Students will benefit from opportunities to work collaboratively across disciplines.
January 14, 2016

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