Arts & Culture

Image of spring flowers.
What to read, listen to and watch to learn more about AAPI communities
Associate Professor of Political Science Sean Yom recommends AAPI-themed media that sheds light on the AAPI experience.
May 24, 2022
Image of Temple University Jazz Band performing in the jazz championship.
Jazz band from Boyer College wins big at jazz competition at Lincoln Center
TUJB won second place in the Jack Rudin Jazz Championship hosted at Lincoln Center.
May 12, 2022
Image of the Le nozze di Figaro cast standing on stage.
Temple University Opera Theater’s ‘Le nozze di Figaro’ in pictures
Temple’s spring opera production of Le nozze di Figaro offers a fresh take on Mozart’s classic.
May 10, 2022
Historic markers ignite pride for Women’s History Month, again
Signs displayed throughout Main Campus proudly highlight the accomplishments of fellow alumni and faculty at Temple University.
WRTI hosts Melinda Whiting, Courtney Blue, Bobbi I. Booker, Susan Lewis and Maureen Malloy
Meet the female hosts of WRTI
Get to know Courtney Blue, Bobbi I. Booker, Susan Lewis, Maureen Malloy and Melinda Whiting.
Image of Joy Abbott speaking with other people.
Temple honors the legacy of Joy Abbott with a special celebration
Temple Theaters is hosting a concert celebrating alumna Joy Abbott and her husband George Abbott, “Mr. Broadway.”
Temple student Jenny Schadt
Narrative medicine gives Temple’s healthcare community the opportunity to reflect
The program has helped students and faculty process their pandemic experiences.
The cast of "Head over Heels"
Temple Theaters’ ‘Head over Heels’ in pictures
Partly planned and rehearsed virtually, the show will be performed live, in person.
Image of Temple mascot Stella the Owl.
International Owls make Valentine’s Day a global celebration
Temple students from Rome and Japan are no strangers to the holiday celebrating love and romance.
Image of the gate to Philadelphia’s Chinatown.
International students share how they ring in Lunar New Year
Students from China, Indonesia and South Korea talk about their Lunar New Year celebrations.
Two Black women read a page from a document together.
Four books to read for MLK Day
Professor of Journalism Linn Washington shares a recommended reading list for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Diane Turner, curator of the Blockson Collection, reads a copy of the collection’s new graphic novel, “Black Lives Always Mattered!”
"Black Lives Always Mattered!" invites all to see Philadelphia history in living color
"Black Lives Always Mattered!", a graphic novel about prominent African Americans in Philadelphia’s history, is being shared with high school students.
 Image of students exploring the Neon Museum
Klein on the GO excursions: shining a light on the Neon Museum
Students toured the Neon Museum of Philadelphia for one of the recent Klein on the GO excursions.