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January 30, 2017

Penland Summer Scholarship Talk with Neil Patterson

Author: Dennis Ritter

Please join Tyler Ceramics on Wednesday February 1st at 3pm in the Ceramics Piazza for a talk focused on scholarship opportunities at the Penland School of Craft. Neil Patterson, co-founder of Neighborhood Potters in Philadelphia, will talk about the various opportunities for students in multiple disciplines to attend workshops at the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina. Neil will also speak about opportunities at other craft centers, including Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and the Haystack School of Craft.  Read More

January 23, 2017

AECAP Faculty Presenting at the 2017 National Art Education Association Convention

Author: issarevell

Art Education and Community Arts Practices faculty will be presenting several panels and presentations at the 2017 National Art Education Conference in NYC on March 2-4, 2017. Scheduled times for these panels and presentations are to be announced. March 3, 2017 CAC Forum: Alliance for Creative Change - Socially Engaged Arts Education Along with socially-engaged artists and community arts educations, Pepón Osorio will explore related goals, strategies, and possibilities for cross-pollination of practices, while considering the implications of creating a more direct dialogue between the disciplines. Changing the Discourse: Aren't We All "Special"? Lisa Kay will join members of the NAEA Special Needs in Art Education and the Women's Caucus on a panel to dialogue about the language of "special" in current educational discourse. Read More

January 12, 2017

Temple Graduate Challenges Stereotypes

Author: mary stiger

Recent M.Arch graduate Opalia Meade is challenging the stereotypes associated with the architecture profession.  Along with 4 other young professionals, she co-founded Designing in Color, a think-tank collaborative whose goal is to “challenge forms of oppression in architecture education and practice, defined by systems of socioeconomic class, racism, and patriarchy.” They are developing a platform that students and professionals can use as a resource to begin to deconstruct forms of oppression in architecture.   Designing in Color hosted a workshop at the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) Conference in Los Angeles at the beginning of 2017.  The goal of the workshop was to engage students and professionals in a conversation about oppression, and to raise awareness of this pressing matter.  The discussion topics were threefold:   Read More

January 5, 2017

Spring Courses in Horticulture Open to All Majors!

Author: Gracie A. Laychock

Winter Intersession Course Elective open to all majors. January 9-13 Trees in the Urban Landscape Horticulture 2552.402 CRN: 29910 Michael LoFurno, ASLA                                              2 credits Mon-Fri 9:00 am-2:00 pm                                                      Temple University Center City Campus Read More