Arts & Culture

students and professor on a row boat
Five unique ways to experience Philadelphia’s past
One professor wants his students to think outside the box when learning about Philly history.
September 17, 2021
Michelle Wu wearing a white shirt and smiling outside of a building.
Justice Through Art gives students a creative outlet
Justice Through Art, a social justice-themed competition, provided a platform for students’ self-expression.
June 22, 2021
Mat Tomezsko holding the collage example piece for Revolutionary Philadelphia.
Temple takes on U.N. art challenge, forges path toward equality
Temple-sponsored art competition showcases commitment to the U.N.’s principles of reducing inequalities.
June 7, 2021
A student poses during the Wearable Art Show.
2021 Wearable Art Show goes virtual
The annual show hosted by the Tyler School of Art and Architecture will bring the runway and cutting-edge work into viewers’ homes with a virtual screening of a unique film.
Students and faculty working together to film a theater performance in front of a green screen.
Transport yourself to the Forest of Arden with TFMA’s unprecedented project
The School of Theater, Film and Media Art will stream their vibrant rendition of "As You Like It" on May 10.
Temple University faculty try out a new projection mapping system.
A new way to design plays
With help from a new projection mapping system, Temple actors and crews can better visualize their sets.
students tending an urban garden
Tyler supports program addressing inequities created by climate change
Students use their arts disciplines to tell crucial stories from Philadelphia neighborhoods hit hardest by excessive heat.
El Viaje host David Ortiz at the WRTI studio.
David Ortiz keeps the Latin jazz flowing on WRTI
The “El Viaje” host talks about Latin jazz and Latino culture in Philadelphia.
The US flag flying against the Philadelphia skyline.
Members of Temple’s community celebrate Kamala Harris’ historic win
Temple students, faculty and staff share their thoughts on Kamala Harris’ election victory.
Martin Luther King at 40th and Lancaster streets in 1965
The Philly roots of MLK’s legacy
In his research, Professor of Journalism Linn Washington highlights the influence Philadelphia had on Martin Luther King Jr.
The cast of the Temple University Opera Theater production of "The Turn of the Screw"
Temple University Opera Theater’s 'The Turn of the Screw' in pictures
See a gallery of photos from the production, which was adapted to meet the safety restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
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.