February 4, 2021
Author: Zachary Vickers
Two Tyler School of Art and Architecture program heads will be featured in exhibitions (through April 8, 2021) at the recently reopened Ross Art Museum in Delaware, Ohio that celebrate urban and rural spaces:
Pattern Drift: Cityscape
The Kuhlman Gallery features Pattern Drift: Cityscape, a mid-career survey of art by Philadelphia-based printmaker Amze Emmons, Tyler's associate professor and program head of Printmaking. It presents selections from three main bodies of work in which the city serves as background and context for the art. Emmons’ images show his virtuosity as a printmaker and draftsman, as well as inspiration by mechanical illustration, cartoon language and newspaper journalism.
March 9, 2020
Leah Modigliani, program head of Visual Studies at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, has a solo exhibition, Rome 1947, on view at Grizzly Grizzly gallery in Philadelphia, now through March 29, 2020. Her work in the show “is made in response to our contemporary political climate to be exhibited in the midst of the democratic primaries in this important election year.” Modigliani uses photography, a political poster and a large-scale puppet to harken back to the Italian citizens’ protest of their right-wing government.
September 23, 2019
Author: Zachary Vickers
Come experience the work of Tyler alumni and other artists at the We the Women Poster Exhibition at The African American Museum in Philadelphia from Wednesday, October 2 through Sunday, October 13, 2019.
We the Women is a visual initiative made up of female, female-identifying and non-binary designers who are bringing awareness to the general public focused on women’s rights in the United States. Women designers were invited to contribute their talents in the form of poster designs. Each designer’s unique perspective is represented in the collection and is a response to the attacks on women’s rights.
April 3, 2019
Hundreds of students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends and parents gather at Temple’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture for the annual Wearable Art Show, a student-run event organized by Tyler’s Fibers and Materials Studies program that has rapidly grown into the school’s signature, high-energy closing statement of the spring semester.
The event is organized by students in adjunct faculty member Paige Fetchen’s Sculptural Garments class and adjunct faculty member Timothy Belknap’s Body Art and Adornment class. They solicit entries from students all over the school
The event will take place in the green hallway at Tyler on April 25th, 2019 at 7:30pm
March 27, 2019
Fibers and Material Studies Chair, Jesse Harrod, exhibited work at the Spring/Break Art Show in New York City March 5-11, 2019 in a booth curated by Danny Orendorff
Jesse's work was featured in Artsy.Net's review of the show - 7 Artists Who Stole the Show at Spring/Break . Congrats Jesse!!
January 28, 2019
SITE Seeing is a show about challenging the constructs of time and space and the potential to create new realities. Shifting possibilities of the real offers political agency and promise of new utopias. It is easy for us to imagine what could go wrong; and to see what has already gone wrong, but while we fight for a better world, it’s important to dream about what could be. The artists in this show slice through the fabric of reality to give us a glimpse of what could be on the other side.
Zines from Martaleah Sandler, Josh Graupera and Metropolarity
Thursday, November 1, 201812:00 PM Saturday, December 1, 201812:00 PM
January 28, 2019
Jesse Harrod, department head and Amy Cousins, department tech (and Tyler Printmaking MFA alum) are both in this group show at Fjord!
Curated by FJORD member, Doah Lee
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 13th | 6-9pm
On view: November 29th – January 12th
Closing Reception: January 12th | 2-6pm
Lip-Sync Parade: Queer meditations on history and visibility
January 28, 2019
First year Fibers Grad Mollie Caffey has work in the show Got It For Cheap at Pilot Projects in Philadelphia. The one-night event will occur on January 26, 2019.
Pilot+Projects is pleased to announce Got It For Cheap, a traveling series of group shows organized by LA curators Chirs Rexroad and Charlie Roberts of 0-0 LA. Featuring dozens of local artists and 750+ national/international artists, this sprawling, unwieldy exhibition takes the form of a one night art market where everything is a similar size and same price, presenting the opportunity for anyone to pick up one of a kind artwork by artists both famous and unknown. All works are original works on paper in various media at a maximum size of 8.5 x 11 inches and sold for the low price of $30 USD. The goal of GIFC is to make buying original art accessible to all people and to give young artists a platform to sell their work and be exposed to a worldwide audience.
May 20, 2018
Each year, the Art Education Department presents exhibitions of work done by student teachers and their pupils for display at the Stella Elkins Gallery. This year, four student teachers displayed the products of their time at a variety of schools as community members gathered in fellowship to appreciate the art made by friends and loved ones.
Wendy Osterweil, the supervising professor of this group of students, was one of the Tyler officials present for this installation. “What’s unique about this show is that it’s a rather small group. Each student put a lot of time into this exhibition, and it shows.” The student teachers exhibiting were Brooke Mulroy, Madeline Willis, Maria Chambers, and Anna Capriotti.
November 28, 2017
See Liene's work in the Land Marks exhibition at the Brooklyn Art Cluster and more of her work here.