Arts & Culture
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
The Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection is the perfect place to visit for Black History Month.
February 7, 2020
A look behind the scenes at the play, receiving its world premiere at Temple.
February 4, 2020
Africology and African American Studies lecturer Timothy Welbeck shares his recommended reading and viewing list.
“Love, A Beautiful Force,” penned by superstar composer and arranger Vince Mendoza, features the Temple University Studio Orchestra.
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.
The memorabilia includes a dozen handwritten documents and bullet-dented medallion.
Associate Professor Lisa Grunberger’s play brings levity to the serious subject of infertility.
Two full-scholarship programs funded by the Tyler School of Art allow local high school students to continue their art education during the summer.
Associate Professor Brad Windhauser discusses Philadelphia’s LGBTQIA+ history in celebration of Pride Month.
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.
Paley Library is hosting an exhibition of photos of Michelle Obama taken by former White House photographer Amanda Lucidon.
Olshefski began filming the documentary while studying at Temple.