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With thousands of alumni worldwide, members of the Tyler School of Art Alumni Association are part of the history of an institution that produces some of the most prolific thinkers, creators and innovators of this generation. 

Please explore our website to learn more about notable alumni, upcoming events and how you can stay connected with the Tyler community.  

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    Events

    From alumni exhibitions and shows to lectures, career networking and gala events, there are many ways to stay connected to the Tyler School of Art.

    Events
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    Get Involved

    Interested in becoming more active in the Tyler community? Consider mentoring a student intern or joining the Tyler Alumni Board. For more information contact Molly Clark Davis, Director of Alumni Relations at molly.clarkdavis@temple.edu

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    Contact Us

    Mollie Tronco Executive Director of Development molliere@temple.edu Christy Mauro Associate Director of Alumni Relations christy.mauro@temple.edu

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  • Le Lit (The Bed) by Barbara Chase-Riboud
  • Monument to Man Ray's "The Enigma of Isidore Ducasse," by Barbara Chase-Riboud
  • All That Rises Must Converge / Red by Barbara Chase-Riboud
  • All That Rises Must Converge / Red, detail by Barbara Chase-Riboud
  • Malcolm X #10 by Barbara Chase-Riboud
  • Malcolm X #10, detail by Barbara Chase-Riboud

Chase-Riboud BFA'57 at PMA

  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie
  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie
  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie
  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie
  • installation from Virgil Mart's Ode to a Hippie

Virgil Marti, MFA'90 at Wadsworth!

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Alumni Benefits

Please visit the main alumni site to learn more about the benefits for all Temple University alumni. 

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