October 16, 2017
Author: Michael Smaczylo
Check out the artwork of Tyler Alumni, Tyler Co-op teachers, and friends of Tyler Art Education and Community Arts Practices at The Art of Art Education show in Malvern, PA! Support our local art educators and stop by The Henry Gallery Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm till December 11th.
October 10, 2017
Author: Michael Smaczylo
Here are some pictures from Sunday’s celebratory closing reception for Implicit Intersections!
This was an exhibition showcasing the studio art practices of the Graduate students of Tyler School of Art's Art Education and Community Practices Department. The concept for Implicit Intersections was to celebrate moments when the act of making art intersects with one's development as an educator/researcher.
Implicit Intersections featured the work of the following artists:
Maria La Rosa Benitez
Caroline Kulp Kline
May 2, 2017
Tyler's Art Education and Community Arts Practices and Art Therapy Departments were proud to host a reception celebrating the artists of SpArc Services’ Cultural Arts Center exhibition, "Identity Crisis". The show was an exhibition of new work exploring the dichotomy between how people with disabilities represent themselves and how they are perceived by those around them.
May 2, 2017
On April 23, 2017, Tyler welcomed the families of K-12 students to a celebratory reception for Spring 2017 Art of Student Teaching Show. Organized and curated by Tyler's pre-service art teachers at the end of every semester, this semester's show featured student artwork from six Philadelphia-area K-12 schools. Over 200 people attended the reception - a wonderful turnout for an excellent exhibition!
April 21, 2017
Author: Kara Springer
Everything Must Go is an interndisciplinary exhibition taking place at Samuel Paley library April 22nd to 29th. The exhibition began as part of a graduate course in the Sculpture department taught be C.T. Jasper, and will include work by Zoe Berg, Jonas Denzel, Zero Desoco, Robin Donnelly, Christina Eltvedt, Enrica Ferrero, Sarah Heyward, CT Jasper, Maria Leguizamo, Matt Speedy, Kara Springer, Taylor Sweeney.
An opening reception will be held this Tuesday, April 25th, at 6:30pm in the library lobby.
Free admission. All are welcome.
The show statement reads:
February 13, 2017
Author: mary stiger
In a new exhibit coming to the DaVinci Art Alliance, eight artists/architects investigate Giovanni Battista Piranesi's etched 18th century veduta (views) of Rome as it pertains to the city of Philadelphia today. Piranesi's work blurs the line between past and present, depicting contemporary urban life on a backdrop of ancient ruins. This exhibit is part of the Temple University Rome 50th Anniversary Celebration.
The exhibition runs from March 1st to March 12th, with an opening reception March 1st from 6-8 pm.
A series of Artists' Talks will be held March 4th, from 3-5 pm. The following artists will be speaking:
Betty F. Bluvshtein*
John J. Pron*
Jordan M. Mrazik
Mark Lewis Krawitz*
*Temple Rome Alumni
Gallery Hours: Wednesday, 6 pm-8 pm; Saturday & Sunday, 1 pm - 5 pm.
February 6, 2017
The 7th annual Clay Programs of Excellence: Philadelphia Area High Schools Exhibition, supported by a collaboration between Tyler's Ceramics and Art Education and Community Arts programs, was a success! Over 70 people attended the reception for the exhibition on January 29, 2017, including one school superintendent.
This year was the largest exhibition yet, with 17 Philadelphia area high schools participating. There were 49 works submitted by the school art teachers, and ten of the 17 participating art teachers this year were also graduates of Tyler's undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Participating students received scholarship vouchers for Tyler's summer Continuing Education programs.
May 6, 2016
Author: Katie Steinberg
Victoria Ahmadizadeh (BFA '10) and Emily McBride (BFA '08) showed their MFA Thesis Exhibitions at Virginia Commonwealth University last month.
(above) the most unkind morsels of the self removed, dimensions variable, jean jacket, glass, tape, safety pins
Victoria Ahmadizadeh's show, free & content, was installed at The Depot Gallery in Richmond from April 8-24, 2016. All of the works included in free & content are based off of poetry that was published in a small zine of the same title. Viewers were invited to take a zine with them from the exhibition. The forms explore the text's ability to evoke visual imagery. Together in the space, the works become their own poem, made of objects, with blank white spaces becoming the pauses between words.
April 25, 2016
Opening Reception: April 10, 2016, 4-8pm
A tradition since 2001, Queens International is the Museum’s biannual exhibition of artists living or working in Queens. While each iteration has its own curatorial team and vision, what remains constant is the central aim of highlighting and contextualizing the artistic vibrancy of the borough through contemporary cultural productions in all media.
April 25, 2016
March 26-May 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 26, 6-8pm
Skin Game: Performance Schedule
Thursday April 7, 6pmNarcissus II: The Flesh is the Zombie Talk
featuring Wolfgang Meyer of Discoteca Flaming Star
Friday April 22, 6pmNarcissus III: A Night of Readings
Sunday May 1, 6pmNarcissus IV: The Final Stare
CANADA is pleased to present Skin Game, a solo exhibition by Michael Mahalchick. Mr. Mahalchick’s ability to make something out of nothing is rooted in corporeal materiality, visual puns, and loose conceptual framing. In Skin Game, Mahalchick presents a selection of poster collages, assemblage sculptures, and a series of four performances.