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November 16, 2017

Art Therapy Class Visits Magee Rehabilitation

Author: Michael Smaczylo

Art Therapy students had a valuable chance to meet with Art Therapist Julie Nolan at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital! After a discussion on the varieties of approaches to art therapy and the connections to relational aesthetics, Julie took students on a complete tour of the facility. She also explained what the experience is like for patients, and provided insight on real life experiences of a practicing art therapist.  The art throughout the building, made by patients, shares stories about each artist. During the tour students learned to critique artwork in a non-analytical way, viewing  and viewed it as any other type of artwork. Read More

November 15, 2017

Jane DeRose Evans presents paper on her research on the excavation coins found at Sardis, Turkey, at the annual ASOR meetings

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Prof Jane DeRose Evans is presenting recent work on the excavation coins of Sardis, Turkey, "Coins and Pottery: Tracking the Numismatic Profile of 4th and 5th Century Sardis" at the annual meetings of the American Schools of Oriental Research, in Boston.  The talk is part of her forthcoming monograph, to be published by Harvard University Press. Read More

November 14, 2017

Temple Analytics Challenge Winners from Tyler

Author: Kelly Holohan

Graphic and Interactive Design (GAID) seniors, Luke Harding and Charles Attisano, were awarded the first place prize ($2500 award) in the graphics category for this year's 5th Annual Temple University QVC Analytics Challenge, presented by the Institute for Business and Information Technology at Fox School of Business. This year's challenge offered students three data sets from the following companies: QVC, Pfizer and Comcast. The winning entry utilized movie sales data provided by Comcast that included information on movie budget and box office profit. The winning entry, titled Directing Success, analyzed this data and created an animated infographic that can be used to predict box office success. Read More

November 8, 2017

Clay Lloyd (BS CRP '13) Hired by Temple Office of Emergency Management

Author: Tracy Purdy

Clay Lloyd is back at Temple, but this time, it’s for good. Before coming to Temple to earn a BS in Commuity and Regional Planning, he had worked doing outreach and education for the Awbury Arboretum in Germantown. Hoping to earn a degree that would allow him to continue working in community development is what brought Clay to Temple. Now he is back, and working as Continuity Planning Coordinator in the Office of Emergency Management. Read More

November 3, 2017

Alice Price chairs panel, Suzanne Singletary presents paper at SECAC Annual Conference in Birmingham

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Art History Adjunct Instructor Alice Price chaired a panel, "Illustrated Exchange: Text and Image in the Discourse of the Fin-de-siècle" on intertextuality at SECAC's annual conference on October 28, This panel considered how the interaction of text and image at the turn of the 20th century helped to define modernism as well as to transcend regional boundaries. Suzanne Singletary, Ph.D. presented her paper “The Whirlwind: Whistler and Mallarmé" at the panel. Read More

November 3, 2017

Jonathan Kline contributes two chapters to "Gli Affreschi delle Palazze / The Palazze Frescoes" (Gangemi Editore)

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Assistant Professor Jonathan Kline published two chapters in an edited volume on the frescoes of a thirteenth-century monastery in Italy. The bilingual volume is titled Gli Affreschi delle Palazze: Una Storia tra Umbria e America / The Palazze Frescoes: A Tale between Umbria and America. To mark the publication of the volume, Dr. Kline and colleagues from Italy gave lectures on their research at College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, and at Temple University. Read More

November 2, 2017

MoMA acquires sculpture by Barbara Chase-Riboud

Author: econover

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has acquired The Albino (aka All that Rises Must Converge/Black), 1972, its fourth acquisition of Barbara Chase-Riboud's work. Her solo show Barbara Chase-Riboud--Malcolm X: Complete is currently on view at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York.  Chase-Riboud received her Bachelor of Fine Art from Tyler in 1957.   Read More

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