Students and activists have urged the museum at UPenn to abolish the Morton Collection and end use of data sourced from it.
Philadelphia activists accuse the museum of lack of transparency in its proceedings to repatriate the crania.
In this annual show, works by Tyler graduate students find thematic common ground after an unprecedented year of societal, personal, and academic challenges.
Jane Irish’s work offers an archive of painterly traditions juxtaposed with horrific acts of violence driven by the moneyed class.
Can non-representational art reflect social change?
Applications are open for the upcoming summer and fall semesters, with fellowship opportunities still available.
When experienced as a portrait of the artist’s psyche alone, Upstairs at Steve’s is a piercing representation of individual grief.
Pierce gave visual form to the bitter truths of slavery, as well as to his own experience growing up in the Jim Crow South.
The exhibition “Shofuso and Modernism” presents a synthesis of International Style and Japanese craft traditions.
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.
The online exhibition, curated by artist Jesse Krimes, is an expansive examination of mass incarceration and an unflinching depiction of the United States today.
APIARY, Black Quantum Futurism, Creative Resilience Collective, Grizzly Grizzly, and the Reentry Think Tank received $15,000 each as part of the regranting initiative.