March 9, 2019
The Tyler School of Art and Architecture is embarking on a major re-design of its admissions viewbooks, the publications used by prospective students searching for the right college, and this time the school will experiment with a new source for photography: Tyler students.
Starting after Spring Break, Tyler is asking all of its students, undergraduate and graduate, to share their best images of the Tyler experience, including scenes of the creative process, classrooms and studios, student life, student-teacher interactions, exhibitions and installations, museum and gallery visits, critiques, research in the field, facilities, social events, technology, spontaneous gatherings and more.
April 26, 2018
Congratulations to Nicholas Muellner for being named a Guggenheim Fellow. Nicholas received his MFA in Photography in 1994.
February 21, 2018
Author: Zachary Vickers
The Department of Exhibitions and Public Programs of the Tyler School of Art and Architecture is pleased to host solo thesis exhibitions for 32 of Tyler's MFA Candidates. The exhibitions will take place February 21 – April 21 with a new show opening each Wednesday. A free reception will be held every Friday, 6 – 8 p.m. Come enjoy refreshments and speak with the artists themselves!
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February 21 – 24
Opening February 23, 6 – 8 p.m.
Images left to right
Graduate Arts Community Group Show
Elmi L. Ventura Mata
January 8, 2018
Former MFA Photography Student (2000-2002) and Fulbright scholar Holger Krischke won the German Photo Book Prize 2018 in the category “Student Projects”. The Prize is awarded by Stuttgart Media University, Germany. Together with his students and his colleague from the print shop, Thomas Haubner, he won the prize for the self-published photo magazine “sensor”. Holger Krischke is currently head of the photo department of University of Fine Arts Muenster, Germany.
October 9, 2017
Professor Byron Wolfe's most recent book Phantom Skies and Shifting Ground: Landscape, Culture, and Rephotography of Eadweard Muybridge's Illustrations of Central America has just been released. Phantom Skies is a collaborative research project and publication (print and online) that responds to the largely unknown 19th-century photographs of Central America by Eadweard Muybridge. The photographs are significant as a benchmark for one of the largest and earliest bodies of photographic representation in Central America. The sometimes dark and moody pictures were taken during a two-year expedition immediately following Muybridge's involvement in a scandalous murder trial. Guided by Muybridge's sophisticated but problematic combination prints that merge multiple negatives into seamless views, photographer Byron Wolfe and cultural geographer Dr.