Themes of collective identity, preservation of memories, living in a time of disease, and communal healing and catharsis permeate works by 25 graduate students.
With Afrofuturist awareness, Jeyifous’s multimedia works interrogate the relationship between building design, the community, and the environment.
The works of this visual and sonic artist — neither paintings nor sculptures — engage viewers in multiple sensory and physical ways.
Curator, educator, and transdisciplinary artist Jova Lynne is coming from MOCAD to lead Temple Contemporary exhibitions and public programs.
In Philadelphia, a series of solo shows delves into the interdisciplinary practices of graduates whose work explores identity, familial bonds, political constructs, and nature’s fragility.
In this annual show, works by Tyler graduate students find thematic common ground after an unprecedented year of societal, personal, and academic challenges.
The Tyler School of Art and Architecture’s new track prepares students to become innovators and leaders across a range of arts roles in commercial and nonprofit sectors.
APIARY, Black Quantum Futurism, Creative Resilience Collective, Grizzly Grizzly, and the Reentry Think Tank received $15,000 each as part of the regranting initiative.
Student work will be on view at Tyler on Temple University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia from February 5 through April 11. The series of exhibitions will “push the boundaries of both technical and conceptual practice.”
A new initiative offers graduating students from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art a unique gift of art created by a different alum each year.
Student work will be on view at Temple University in Philadelphia through April 13. The series of exhibitions will showcase a “spirit of collaboration and a hunger to transcend boundaries.”
Newly arrived scholars, artists, researchers, architects and designers will transform the academic experience of Tyler students.