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reForm

Installation by Pepón Osorio. Open Thursday - Sunday, 12:00 - 5:00 PM, through May 20, 2016.  

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Tyler School of Art

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Tyler is nationally ranked by US News and World Report?!
#13 Overall
#9 in Sculpture
#10 in Painting/Drawing
#10 in Printmaking
#13 in Ceramics
#20 in Photography

 

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Temple Contemporary

Creatively reimagining the social function of art through questions of local relevance and international significance.

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Teen & Pre-College Programs

For more than 25 years, Tyler School of Art has offered non-credit studio workshops designed to meet the needs of beginning, intermediate, and advanced level high school and adult learners. You will find a wide spectrum of hands-on studio workshops.

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Careers & Opportunities

Despite what you may have heard, an art degree can be one of the most useful college degrees you can get today.

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Welcome Alumni

Tyler has been challenging creators and designers, artists, art historians, art educators, and architects, to explore and create in a dynamic environment for more than 75 years. 

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The Tyler Annual Fund is a critical piece of fundraising that helps our students succeed.

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Alumni Benefits

Please visit the main alumni site to learn more about the benefits for all Temple University alumni. 

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  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie
  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie
  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie
  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie

Virgil Marti, MFA'90 at Wadsworth!

Original painting on vintage book page by artist, Danielle Kroll. Artwork depicts a new colorful hat for young King Tut.
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