Explore the Exhibition

Read the artist statements for each section of the exhibition below. 

Collaboration and People

This space explores how people can inspire one another in the artistic process and creates an echo-chamber of creativity. The room features artists working in collaboration with one another and artists inspired by individuals in their lives.  

Family and Culture

This space explores how families and culture inform the creative process. How artists can develop relationships and understandings of what shapes themselves and society connecting us as a part of a whole. 

Environment and Perspectives

This space features artists understanding nature, environments, and perceptions. These artists examine how this can inspire to create, transform our perceptions, and shift our perspectives, creating a series of echo-systems.  

Echo-Systems: An Exhibition of Temple Students, Faculty, and Staff

Curated by Mollie Hansen MFA '25 in collaboration with students, faculty, and staff at Tyler School of Art and Architecture

May 8–31, 2024

Reception: Wednesday, May 8, 3–7 p.m.

Creativity ripples, resonates and spreads. Collaboration relies on a vast network of artists and professionals. These relationships form a dynamic ecosystem in which art making thrives. Echo-Systems explores the relationships of environment, culture, people, and perspectives that make up Tyler.