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April 24, 2017

Past Program: Spring 2017 Beyond the Page public programming features Seeing Stories: Visualizing Sustainable Citizenship.

Author: Gracie A. Laychock

Andropogon on Sustainable Activism: The Role of Landscape Architects CLICK HERE to watch past program!   Kate Kennen on Phytoremediation: Pollution Purging Plants! CLICK HERE to watch past program!   These programs were part of our Seeing Stories: Visualizing Sustainable Citizenship series, co-curated by Temple Contemporary, Temple University’s Office of Sustainability, and Temple University Libraries, along with faculty and graduate students from the Tyler School of Art, the College of Liberal Arts, and the Center for the Cinematic and Performing Arts. Read More

April 24, 2017

Kaelin Jewell (PhD program, Art History) to participate in Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project (summer 2017)

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Kaelin Jewell will be traveling to Sicily during summer 2017 to participate in the Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project. Conducted by Stanford University along with Sicily’s Soprintendenza del Mare, the underwater archaeological excavation is focused on a 6th-century CE shipwreck whose cargo included, among other objects, large marble architectural fragments belonging to a church. See more here: https://marzamemi.stanford.edu Read More

April 24, 2017

Elisabeth S. Bolman's book reviewed in the NY Review of Books

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Elizabeth S. Bolman's (Art History) new book, The Red Monastery Church: Beauty and Asceticism in Upper Egypt (Yale, 2016) was reviewed by Peter Brown, an eminent scholar of Medieval Studies, for the NY Review of Books (April 2017). http://www.nybooks.com/articles/2017/05/11/gw-bowersock-muhammad-center-roiling-world/ Read More

April 24, 2017

Monica Anke Hahn (PhD program, Art History) awarded a dissertation fellowship from the Library Company of Philadelphia

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Monica Anke Hahn (ABD, PhD) has been awarded a Dissertation Fellowship for next year from the Library Company of Philadelphia. This is a short-term residency that will fund a month of dedicated research in their archives, and it comes on top of the fellowship Monica received earlier this year to spend a month at the Lilly Library of Indiana University. Read More

April 24, 2017

Summer 2017 Internships for Art History majors!

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Laura Dintzis will be an archival intern at the Barnes Foundation; Natalie Gearin will be serving on the Campus Outreach Council for 2017/8. You will find Emily Dugan as an Educational Interpretation Intern at the Philadelphia Museum of Art;  Hyemin Ju will be joining her there as a School and Teacher Programs Intern. as will Fiona A. Fackler, in the Art Marketing Department.  All three are part of the PMA Museum Studies Internship program. Natalie Gearin is heading to Boston to be a Visitor Assistant at the ICA Boston and interning at Somerville MA as a Cultural Events Intern at the Somerville Arts Council. New York City will be the home of Emma Pilker as she works as a Museum Seminar Intern at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Emma Roberts is heading south to be a Contemporary Interpretation Intern at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC. Read More

April 21, 2017

EVERYTHING MUST GO - Group Show At Paley Library

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: Read More

April 18, 2017

Artblog features Grimaldi Baez, MFA Printmaking 2015 alum

Author: Ryan Hewlett

Listen to his interview as he describes his work as a “Technological Disobedience Teacher” http://www.theartblog.org/2017/04/grimaldi-baez-is-teacher-community-art-practitioner-printmaker-drawing-machine-maker-driven-by-commitment-to-social-justice-and-hatred-of-poverty/ Read More

April 17, 2017

Xianlong Zheng (BS Arch'17) Attends NESEA BuildingEnergy Boston 2017

Author: Andrea Smith

Written by Xianlong Zheng, BS Architecture'17 Founded in 1974, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) is today the region’s leading membership organization promoting sustainable energy practices in the built environment. The BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade show is the region's leading event for professionals and practitioners working to build a more sustainable world. It brings over 2,500 industry leaders and emerging professionals together for three days to learn from and share ideas with each other. As one of the 2017 BE the Future Scholarship Recipients sponsored by NESEA and many other green design companies around the region, as well as with the support from the architecture department in transportation, I was able to attend the sustainability conference in Boston.   Read More

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