The Tyler School of Art and Architecture is planning for a safe return to its world-class facilities, taking many precautions that will keep students and the entire community safe while supporting creativity, socially-distanced collaboration and bold thinking and making.
"How will I be able to blow glass and social distance?" "How will I throw clay on the pottery wheel safely?" "Will I have access to Tyler's wood and metal shops?" Below, you'll find videos that address some of the common questions about how the Tyler experience will look during the onging COVID-19 pandemic.
The studio technicians at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture are hard at work preparing our facilities for a safe fall return:
Neal Paustian, Glass Technician at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, leads an in-depth tour of how we're preparing the glass studios, including how glass flameworking practices are being updated in response to COVID-19:
Natalie Kuenzi, Ceramics technician at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, explains how the clay-making spaces are being transformed to accommodate safe creating:
Matt Speedy, Sculpture technician at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, walks you through their preparations for a safe fall return to the wood and metal shops: