Arts & Culture

The Temple University Jazz Band in rehearsal.
All together now: The making of Temple University Jazz Band's 'Covid Sessions'
Produced during the pandemic and assembled from individual recordings students made separately, the album is one of the first of its kind.
November 16, 2020
An Owl statue spreads its wings on Temple's Main Campus.
Attorney Ben Crump joined TV host LaToya Stroman for in-depth conversation on racial injustice
Civil rights attorney Ben Crump and TV host LaToya Stroman discussed racial injustice and the importance of voting.
October 21, 2020
Christina Castro-Tauser at one of the destinations on the "Connecting the Distance" dance tour.
A new dance show reimagines performances for the pandemic era
Christina Castro-Tauser’s show "Connecting the Distance" is part walking tour, part virtual dance showcase.
September 21, 2020
A black and white image of a fan, part of the poster for "The Country Wife."
Temple Theaters launches fall digital season with “The Country Wife”
The play is the first of several virtual productions Temple Theaters will stage this fall.
Temple film students at work on set.
The TFMA Summer Blockbuster Series is a movie club with a twist
The School of Theater, Film and Media Arts is hosting live conversations about movies with the Owls who worked on them.
An illustrated copy of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Exploring the history of Juneteenth, a day of celebration and reflection
The holiday’s legacy stretches back 155 years.
Librarians Michael Carroll and Stefanie Ramsay are part of a team at Temple Libraries digitizing science fiction books.
Byte-size books: Digitizing Temple University Libraries’ science fiction collection
Librarians are making sci-fi books accessible in a new format.
A group photo of Temple's Class of 1900.
From our archives: The Class of 1900 yearbook
Highlights from Temple’s very first yearbook.
A Boyer dance student performs on stage.
The OwlTogether Arts Festival Online brings Temple’s artistic community together
The Center for Performing and Cinematic Arts will host an online showcase of student work.
Jazz host Bob Perkins in his office at WRTI
On WRTI, Bob Perkins gives self-isolated listeners a safe haven
The jazz radio legend talks about the power of music and radio.
Eric Battle at the "Black Lives Always Mattered!" exhibition.
A new graphic novel brings African American history in Philadelphia to life
"Black Lives Always Mattered!" highlights influential figures from the city’s past.
Temple's first Provost, Barbara Brownstein, in her biology lab.
From our archives: “Women in Temple History”
A vintage story highlighting the contributions of Temple alumnae and faculty.