Tyler School of Art

Portable gardens are growth opportunity for Temple senior
Type: News Story
Tyler School of Art student Dylan DeVlieger has designed a portable garden as a solution for space challenges inherent in urban gardening.
June 4, 2012
Tyler grad is driven by passion for ideas
Type: News Story
Elisa Mosley, B.A., Art. One of Mosley's best known undertakings includes the creation of AKA, "the box" structure her erected with two classmates at the entrance to Tyler.
May 3, 2012
Temple staff, students work to reduce the bird deaths
Type: In the Media
April 25, 2012
Tyler's "house built on art and ideas"
Type: In the Media
March 30, 2012
New venue encourages thinking inside the box
Type: News Story
A plywood shanty at the front entrance to the Tyler School of Art building has fast become a venue for the free exchange of ideas and interests among Temple students, faculty and community members.
March 29, 2012
Temple programs shine in U.S.News' Best Graduate Schools rankings
Type: News Story
The release of the 2013 edition of U.S.News' Best Graduate Schools rankings shine a spotlight on the continued ascent of many flagship programs at Temple. Graduate programs at the Fox School of Business, the Beasley School of Law, the Tyler School of Art and the School of Medicine all moved up in the rankings, cementing their reputations as national leaders.
March 15, 2012
Faces of Temple: Gustavo Garcia
Type: News Story
When printmaking major Gustavo Garcia came to Temple's Tyler School of Art, working with a camera was at best an afterthought. But then he took a photography course at Temple Rome that changed how he sees the world and opened up new opportunities as an artist and a teacher. Learn more about Gustavo in the latest installment of the student profile series.
March 12, 2012
Tyler professor curates exhibit that's "against the grain"
Type: In the Media
February 19, 2012
Competition to produce bird-saving design
Type: In the Media
February 10, 2012
Wednesday’s Child visits Tyler School of Art
Type: In the Media
February 15, 2012
Bird collisions are focus of Temple graphic design exhibit
Type: News Story
Each year nearly 1,000 birds die after colliding with glass facades that cover many of the buildings on the Temple campus. In an effort to bring awareness to the issue of bird deaths, Tyler School of Art, the Audubon Society and Temple’s Office of Sustainability is hosting Bird’s Eye View, a juried exhibition of designs for protective window films.
February 8, 2012
Temple Gallery helps students learn about space
Type: In the Media
January 26, 2012
Architecture moves into dedicated building
Type: News Story
The Department of Architecture, which has shared space in the College of Engineering since the 1970s, recently moved into a new dedicated building on 13th Street, creating a win-win for faculty and students in both disciplines. Read more and view video [...]
January 26, 2012
Tyler professor wins first De Niro prize
Type: In the Media
November 18, 2011
Artist's work uses clay from Marcellus Shale
Type: In the Media
November 12, 2011
CARAS Program Project Grant Awards fall 2011
Type: Announcement
November 16, 2011
Sculptor’s Marcellus Shale cups bring fracking debate to a personal level
Type: News Story
Tyler School of Art adjunct sculpting professor Jennie Shanker has created 50 coffee cups made of Marcellus Shale, the Appalachian rock formation at the center of controversy over the extraction of its vast reserves of natural gas. Shanker discussed her motivation and process for creating the works at last week's multi-disciplinary Big Shale Teach-In.
November 8, 2011
Faces of Temple: Nicole Welk
Type: News Story
In the first of a continuing series profiling students and the opportunities available to them at Temple, anthropology major Nicole Welk discusses her work with the university's anthropology museum and Philadelphia Museum of Art.
November 7, 2011
Art rocks: sculpting mugs made from Marcellus Shale
Type: In the Media
October 27, 2011
Temple Gallery's new director is a man on a mission.
Type: In the Media
August 12, 2011
Temple grad student's work featured in NYC exhibit
Type: In the Media
August 16, 2011

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