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January 23, 2017

AECAP Faculty Presenting at the 2017 National Art Education Association Convention

Author: issarevell

Art Education and Community Arts Practices faculty will be presenting several panels and presentations at the 2017 National Art Education Conference in NYC on March 2-4, 2017. Scheduled times for these panels and presentations are to be announced. March 3, 2017 CAC Forum: Alliance for Creative Change - Socially Engaged Arts Education Along with socially-engaged artists and community arts educations, Pepón Osorio will explore related goals, strategies, and possibilities for cross-pollination of practices, while considering the implications of creating a more direct dialogue between the disciplines. Changing the Discourse: Aren't We All "Special"? Lisa Kay will join members of the NAEA Special Needs in Art Education and the Women's Caucus on a panel to dialogue about the language of "special" in current educational discourse. Read More

February 3, 2016

Professor Wendy Osterweil Announces Workshop at Appalachian Center for Craft

Author: issarevell

Professor Wendy Osterweil of Tyler's Art Education department will be teaching an intensive fibers workshop at the Appalachian Center for Craft in Cookeville, TN, July 25th - July 29th, 2016. This workshop, Pattern in Process: Animating Functional Forms with Surface Design Techniques, will involve learning improvisational silkscreen printing techniques to create unique fabrics to use in art making, clothing, quilts, and more.   Learn more about the workshop here: https://www.tntech.edu/craftcenter/workshops/other-media/fibersworkshops Read More

December 8, 2014

C.T. Jasper (aka Professor Christian Tomaszewski) with collaborator Joanna Malinowska have been selected to represent Poland in the 56th Venice Biennale this summer!

Author: matthews

C.T. Jasper (aka Professor Christian Tomaszewski) with collaborator Joanna Malinowska have been selected to represent Poland in the 56th Venice Biennale this summer! Their installation and film, 18°48′05′′N 72°23′01′W, will fill the Polish Pavilion.  "It is an incredible opportunity for us to work on an ambitious international project." said Tomaszewski. Read More

April 10, 2014

Tyler Art History Professor Adele Nelson Awarded Fulbright

Author: Cate Wallace

Art History Professor Adele Nelson has been awarded a Fulbright Postdoctoral Research Award to Brazil for Spring 2015, one of only 5 scholars to receive the award. She will complete research for her current book project, which studies how abstract art developed in twentieth-century Brazil in close relation to new modern art institutions. She will be affiliated with the graduate art history program at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), one of the most respected institutions for art historical studies in Brazil. Image: Installation view of Alexander Calder’s exhibition at the second Bienal de São Paulo (São Paulo Biennial), 1953–54. Arquivo Histórico Wanda Svevo / Fundação Bienal de São Paulo Read More

September 18, 2013

Dr. Lisa Kay Interviewed by The Temple News

Author: jamieforslund

Dr. Lisa Kay was interviewed for a piece in the September 3rd edition of The Temple News concerning the status of public education in Philadelphia School District. In the article by Alexa Bricker, Dr. Kay emphasized the relationship between Tyler's Art Education and Community Arts Practices and the urban schools that help train Tyler students during their student teaching and internships. The Temple News   Read More

September 12, 2013

Architecture Professor Timothy McDonald Recognized for Achievements in Sustainability

Author: Michael Carwile

Congratulations are in order for Tyler architecture professor Timothy McDonald, president of the development/design/build firm Onion Flats.  This firm, which McDonald co-founded and runs with his partners Patrick McDonald, John McDonald and Howard Steinberg, has been selected for the 2013 Sustainable Business of the Year Award 2013 by the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce.  Part of a series of excellence awards given out by the Chamber in recognition of the creativity and civic involvement of small businesses in the Philadelphia area, the award joins Onion Flats’ many other recognitions and accomplishments.  With its Belfield Townhomes (pictured), McDonald’s firm designed and built the first Passive House Certified project in Pennsylvania, and one of the first in the country.  It has also developed some of the first LEED Platinum Certified projects in the United States. Read More

September 12, 2013

Architecture Professors, Rashida Ng and Sneha Patel, Release Book on Performative Materials

Author: Michael Carwile

Architecture professors Rashida Ng and Sneha Patel’s recently released book, Performative Materials in Architecture and Design, considers the confluence of innovations in areas of materials science, digital fabrication techniques, computational technologies, and interactive media.  Emerging from a symposium hosted by Tyler’s Architecture Department in October 2010 entitled INPUT_OUTPUT: Adaptive Materials and Mediated Environments, the book addresses the convergence of several significant and fundamental advancements in the ways that materials and environments are designed, evaluated, and experienced within architecture and related disciplines.  As an extension of the INPUT_OUTPUT events, this book presents a multiplicity of perspectives from researchers and professionals whose work is conducted beyond the traditional paradigm of architectural practice and includes a series of essays, six interviews, and over thirty projects. Read More

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