Implicit Intersections - Artwork of MED Graduate Students

Implicit Intersections is a collaborative exhibition celebrating the studio art practices of the Graduate students of Tyler School of Art's Art Education and Community Practices Department.

The art-making practice is an integral component to becoming an Art Educator or Teaching Artist. Implicit Intersections seeks to celebrate moments when the act of making art intersects with one's development as an educator and a researcher and informs or transforms that development. 

Implicit Intersections will feature the work of the following artists:

Maria La Rosa Benitez
John Darling-Wolf
Sarah Gregory
Laura Hricko
Caroline Kulp Kline
Maddie Lesage
Theresa Murtha
Kyle Psulkowski
Issa Revell
Michael Smaczylo
Daphne Smallwood

Work will be on view from Wednesday September 20, 2017 until Sunday, October 1st, 2017. The gallery is open Wednesday-Sunday, from 11AM to 6PM.

There will be a celabratory closing reception on Sunday October 1st, from 2PM to 4PM. All are welcome. Light refreshments will be provided. 

Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery (B02), Lower Level South
Tyler School of Art
Temple University
2001 N. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122

For Information please call 215-777-9267. 

Presented by the Art Education and Community Arts Practices Department of Tyler School of Art.

  • Date & Time

    2017-09-20 11:00am to 2017-10-01 4:00pm
  • Location

    Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Temple University