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Tyler News Round Up September/October 2020

Author: Zachary Vickers

Stay up to date on all that is happening with faculty, students and alumni of the Tyler School of Art and Architecture:

  • Trenton Doyle Hancock (MFA '00) gives the origin story of his alter ego, Torpedo Boy, talks about what Philip Guston’s infamous Klansmen have to offer as well as discusses his latest exhibition, “Something American,” on view at James Cohan’s two New York City locations through October 17, 2020. (October 7, 2020)
  • Tyler Painting alumna GaHee Park (BFA '12) has been named one of "5 Artists on Our Radar This October" by Artsy. (October 6, 2020)
  • Tyler Printmaking alumna Madison Ketcham's (BFA '18) illustration of Fleet Foxes's lead singer Robin Pecknold is featured in The New Yorker. (October 6, 2020)
  • Tyler Graphic & Interactive Design student Katie Fish's ('21) design (pictured above) was selected to be the City Of Philadelphia's official "I Voted" election sticker. (September 25, 2020)
  • Professor of Painting Odili Donald Odita's new mural, "Procession," was unveiled at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. (September 25, 2020)
  • Philip Glahn, associate professor of aesthetics and critical studies, and program head of painting, and Cary Levine have co-authored "Satellite Arts: a television of attractions" in Parallax Journal, Volume 26, Issue 1: Networked Liminality. (September 10, 2020)
  • New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) unveiled its commission by Tyler Assistant Professor of Ceramics Roberto Lugo, entitled “Stunting” Garniture Set, a set of porcelain covered vases and sculpture that expands the parameters of NOMA’s ceramics collection to highlight New Orleans music icons Louis Armstrong, Lil Wayne, and No Limit Records. (September 1, 2020)