Tyler School of Art and Architecture

Tyler takes a new approach to gallery programming
Type: News Story
Instead of putting up one static exhibit at a time, the gallery will offer a more fluid approach to the arts through a rotating schedule of exhibits, coupled with lectures, film screenings and community forums on topics ranging from HIV to sustainability.
August 26, 2011
Temple Gallery commemorates Sept. 11 with "Moments of Silence"
Type: News Story
This month, Temple Gallery begins a semester-long exploration of the power of quiet, beginning with a collection of recorded moments of silence expressed in commemoration of September 11, 2001.
September 8, 2011
Led by Temple professor, ‘Guerilla altruism’ group helps underserved at home and abroad
Type: News Story
It’s nearly dawn in Bolivia, and a guerilla operation is underway in the dimly lit streets of La Paz.
September 13, 2010
Temple breaks ground on new home for Architecture
Type: News Story
September 15, 2010
Aspiring glassblowers feel the summer heat
Type: News Story
Although outdoor temperatures this summer seem to range from “unseasonably high” to “nearly unbearable,” they’re nothing compared to conditions inside the Tyler School of Art glass studio, where students in Daniel Cutrone’s summer workshop literally handle heat up to 2,100 degrees — all in the name of art.
June 21, 2010
One film, one Temple, one Philadelphia
Type: News Story
February 23, 2009