Tyler School of Art and Architecture

Temple Made: Jordan Artim
Type: News Story
If you climb to the top floor of Temple's Tyler School of Art in the middle of the night at almost any time of year and walk into the expansive painting studio, you'll probably find senior Jordan Artim at work on one of his large, colorful canvases. In this installment of the student profile series, meet a student who lives to paint.
March 29, 2013
Tyler students help restore a fading relic
Type: News Story
Two Tyler School of Art students worked with Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program last semester to help restore a faded sign for the Henssler Locksmith Company, at 13th Street and Girard Avenue. Restoring such ghost ads has become a popular pursuit for preservationists across the U.S., and Tyler students hope to play a larger role in Philadelphia.
March 7, 2013
Artists are inspired by Marcellus Shale
Type: In the Media
February 27, 2013
Game on! Tyler students sweep prestigious design competition
Type: News Story
Tyler School of Art students swept top honors at 20th Annual Collab Student Design Competition, held in conjunction with the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Their challenge: Either redesign and repackage an existing, iconic game or design a game of their own.
December 18, 2012
Frazier's bond with Philadelphia tighter in death
Type: In the Media
November 15, 2012
Temple Contemporary election night balloon drop
Type: In the Media
November 7, 2012
Temple Contemporary puts Philadelphia on the couch
Type: In the Media
October 24, 2012
Tyler School’s glass program gets $1 million donation
Type: In the Media
October 24, 2012
Tyler School of Art's Glass Program receives $1 million gift from Irvin Borowsky and Laurie Wagman
Type: News Story
Temple's Center for the Arts announced that the Glass Program at the Tyler School of Art has received a gift totaling more than $1 million — one of the largest ever given to a college glass program — to promote the study and creation of glass art from noted Philadelphia philanthropists and art collectors Irvin J. Borowsky and Laurie Wagman.
October 23, 2012
Temple event aims to bolster preservation efforts
Type: In the Media
October 16, 2012
Temple Contemporary's leading light
Type: News Story
The art gallery at the Tyler School of Art once known as Temple Gallery has a new name — Temple Contemporary — and a window full of neon signs. But the biggest changes are within, where Tyler Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs Robert Blackson has redefined the art gallery experience for visitors and enlisted the Temple and Philadelphia communities' to keep programming relevant.
September 25, 2012
Temple Architecture team fights to save Joe Frazier's Gym
Type: News Story
A team of students in Tyler School of Art adjunct faculty member Dennis Playdon's "Introduction to Architectural Preservation" class has been fighting to save a little-known building on North Broad Street that was boxing legend Joe Frazier's gym.
July 11, 2012
Temple student plants rolling garden
Type: In the Media
July 10, 2012
Board approves restructuring of Temple schools, colleges
Type: Announcement
Temple's Board of Trustees has approved the establishment of a Center for the Arts, a new academic unit that brings together the Boyer College of Music and Dance, the Tyler School of Art and a new Division of Theater, Film and Media Arts.
June 21, 2012
Art Aims to Protect Birds from Glass
Type: In the Media
June 1, 2012