Blog Archive

November 21, 2014

Center for the Arts Students Begin Scholarship Campaign

Author: Kylie Doyle

There is a scholarship fund on the horizon for students who have a creative voice that needs to be heard.  The Dean’s Student Advisory Committee of the Center of the Arts has announced that they will be taking donations for their newest project, an advocacy scholarship for LGBTQIA+ students at Temple University.  Despite the strides that have been taken in national as well as local policy regarding the rights of the LGBTQIA+ community, many teens within it still face a great deal of societal adversity. As many as 42% of LGBTQIA+ youth report feeling unaccepted in their communities. These students struggle to thrive both academically and creatively in an environment that is both hostile and oppressive.  However, it is movements and funds such as this that allow these students to thrive in an environment where they are free to express themselves and to get the education that they deserve.  Read More

November 18, 2014

Tyler Alumni Open the FLOODZONE

Author: Anonymous

Tyler grads are getting involved in a project that allows them to express themselves! FLOODZONE, a design studio not explicitly run by Tyler grads but with a high number of designers with a degree from Tyler is breaking into the apparel design realm. Doug Noe (2013), Lou Stuber (2013), Nate Kaszuba (2011), and Adam Trageser (2012) make up an excellent team of talented artists who are behind the FLOODZONE project. FLOODZONE was created after their founder, Charles Barrett and the artistic director Adam Trageser flew down to Georgia for a client photoshoot. On the way home, the plot to create FLOODZONE was hatched, turning into a full-scale apparel design company where their artistic overflow and unused ideas can take root and form a full-fledged project that allows them to express the ideas that they might have previously had to put aside. Read More

November 11, 2014

Tyler Architecture Alumni and Faculty - 2014 Philadelphia Chapter AIA Awards for Design Excellence

Author: Emily Furlong

The 2014 Philadelphia Chapter AIA Awards for Design Excellence program was an auspicious one for Temple Architecture Alumni and Faculty.  Winners included: Alumni Winners: Erdy McHenry Architecture, LLC David McHenry AIA (BArch 1983) Principal Merit Award – Built Category Courtyard Philadelphia South MGA Partners, Architects Robert Shuman AIA (BArch 1982) Principal/Project Director Honor Award – Built Category Merit Award – Divine Detail Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Hall, Temple University Read More

November 11, 2014

Adam Brody and Suzanne Seesman Are Each Winners of the 2014 Ilya and Emilia Kabakov Fellowship!

Author: matthews

The Ilya and Emilia Kabakov Fellowship is an honorary award established in 2012 in honor of the Russian-born, American-based artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. The fellowship will be awarded to a Tyler School of Art student from the Sculpture Department completing an MFA degree whose achievement has been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of artistic practice. Ilya and Emilia Kabakov are Russian-born, American-based artists that collaborate on environments which fuse elements of the everyday with those of the conceptual. While their work is deeply rooted in the Soviet social and cultural context in which the Kabakovs came of age, their work still attains a universal significance. Read More

November 7, 2014

Dimitra Ermeidou wins Award of Excellence

Author: Byron Wolfe

Tyler Photo MFA alumna and adjunct faculty Dimitra Ermeidou received an Award of Excellence in Photography by Creative Quarterly Journal of Art and Design. Works from her project “Demos - For a Hall of Portraits” were featured on the "Fresh Talent: Photography" section of Creative Quarterly double issue 34-35, Summer 2014. For more examples of her work, please visit: Read More

November 7, 2014

Byron Wolfe, Photography, talks at the UCLA John Muir Symposium and at the National Science Academy

Author: Sam Fritch

Byron Wolfe, Program Director for Photography at Tyler, will be presenting at UCLA as part of a symposium titled A Century Beyond Muir  on Thursday, November 13. The talk will be based on recently published work titled "Some Version of the Same River" found in BOOM: A California Journal. Wolfe’s photographs and the accompanying essay by poet and philosopher Troy Jollimore respond to some iconic 1914 imagery of Ishi “the last Yahi" from Northern California.   Read More