Arts & Culture
Associate Professor Brad Windhauser discusses Philadelphia’s LGBTQIA+ history in celebration of Pride Month.
June 26, 2018
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
Paley Library is hosting an exhibition of photos of Michelle Obama taken by former White House photographer Amanda Lucidon.
January 16, 2018
Olshefski began filming the documentary while studying at Temple.
Students collaborated with prestigious faculty soloists and Grammy-winning arranger Michael Abene on the new album.
Charles L. Blockson, founder of the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection, will receive the award at a ceremony on Temple’s campus on May 25.
The students created a social justice poster for each letter of the alphabet.
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.
Temple students worked with a Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright to bring 'Reggie Hoops', an original play, to Randall Theater.
Temple presented two wildly bold and funny operas rolled into one: ‘The Impresario’ and ‘La Canterina.’
Two alumni are working toward the creation of a Philadelphia-based union for film and television crews to continue luring productions to the city.
Through a theater makeup class, students get hands-on experience in applying different kinds of makeup for different settings—including a zombie apocalypse.
Associate Professor Elisabeth Subrin’s experience writing and directing her feature film debut has had a positive impact on her teaching.