Photography

February 14, 2017

Visiting Artist: Jonathon Wells

Author: Maggie Flanigan

Guest artist, Jonathon Wells, will be giving a lecture in the Photo Lighting studio on on Thursday, February 23, starting at 5:45 (light refreshments first, and we’ll start at 6:00). Jonathon Wells is a geologist who made a mid-career detour to become an artist (and now he has two careers). He makes photo-geologic composites that are part map, part photograph, part visualization of a world that’s normally inaccessible and wholly invisible. I find them fascinating in and of themselves, but they also serve as a starting point for an investigation into what’s happening in the world of energy extraction and fracking. Read More

February 7, 2017

Congratulations to Daniel Seth Kraus!

Author: Maggie Flanigan

Our very own Daniel Kraus, second year MFA student in photography, was recently awarded a 2016 Professional Development Fellowship through the College Art Association. This is a highly competitive and prestigious international award given to only one graduate student across all visual disciplines. I've been told that he is the first Tyler Graduate student to ever receive the award. He will attend the CAA annual conference next week in New York City for an award ceremony. Here's his brief bio: Read More

April 25, 2014

Photography BFA exhibitions tonight!

Author: Byron Wolfe

The first of two straight weeks of BFA photography thesis exhibitions is going on now (April 23 -27) with the opening reception happening tonight!  This week's show features work from Hannah Close, Morgan Jones, Greg Klein, Jino Lee, and Amelia Martin. The work includes a wealth of ideas, expressions, and creative approaches.  Please join us for the opening reception Friday, April 25, from 6:00 - 9:00 in the Lower Atrium Gallery in the Tyler School of Art. For all of the show card announcements, please follow this Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/TylerArtPhoto Read More

April 9, 2014

Rebekah Flake FMA thesis exhibition: Till Death Do Us Part

Author: Byron Wolfe

Rebekah Flake, MFA candidate at Tyler, will have her thesis exhibition titled Till Death Do Us Part April 16 - 19, 11am - 6 pm. The opening is on Friday, April 18th from 6 - 8:30 pm at the Temple Gallery. Running concurrently is a companion exhibition titled Anniversary: Projections on 150 Years of North and South at the Icebox Project Space, Crane Arts Building, 1400 North American Street. Read More

March 10, 2014

Exhibition: Call + Response

Author: Byron Wolfe

Call + Response is a visual dialogue between UARTS + Tyler Photography students.  Group Exhibition: March 10th - 24th Opening Reception: Friday, March 14, 6 - 9 Tyler School of Art: Lower Level Atrium Gallery 2001 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122   It's a great idea for a show, and we hope to see you there! Byron   Read More

March 5, 2014

Dimitra Ermeidou Wins Dave Bown Projects Grand Prize

Author: Kayla Cropper

Peripheral views from the Parthenon, bearing Aristotle’s definitions of democracy in his “Politics” written through the code of punch cards. When Dimitra Ermeidou (MFA Photography '13) first received the email informing her that she was a winner in Dave Bown Projects 7th Semiannual Competition, she did not realize that she had won the $5,000 Grand Prize. "I was really surprised and happy, and then I realized that I was the grand prize winner and that was really crazy," Ermeidou said. "I just felt that this was very satisfying. That my efforts go somewhere, that there's a response, there's feedback, and that feedback is great." Read More

December 13, 2013

Photography Student Works on Susquehanna River Project

Author: Kayla Cropper

After taking her first darkroom class in high school, Havre de Grace native Hannah Close fell in love with photography. When she decided to further her education, Close found that Tyler's Photography Department was a fit for her. "I wanted to be further away from home than Baltimore, and Philly is a great city," Close said. "Both of my parents went to Temple, plus Tyler was a beautiful, brand new facility. By far the nicest facilities of any of the art schools I applied to." Now Close is a senior and has recently been awarded both a Diamond Peers Teaching Award and a CARAS Project Grant. With the grant, Close was awarded $1,900 to spend next semester assisting with research and production on a project at the Susquehanna River. Read More

November 1, 2013

The Photo Review Award for 2013 goes to Tyler Photography program

Author: Kayla Cropper

The Board of Directors of The Photo Review have chosen the Photography program at Tyler to receive The Photo Review Award for 2013. The 24th annual award is given in recognition of the support for photography and photography education in the Philadelphia region. "The award is for service to the field, and as a new faculty and member of the Tyler community, I can say that I've been wholly impressed with the level of passion and commitment demonstrated by the whole of the Tyler Photo program," Program Director Byron Wolfe said. "It is evident that Tyler has been a positive, active, and engaged force in the Philadelphia area for a very long time, and it is gratifying to see that dedication rewarded by a prominent outside organization," Wolfe said. Read More

May 10, 2013

New Photography Faculty Byron Wolfe

Author: webta

Tyler School of Art welcomes photographer Byron Wolfe as a new faculty member starting in the fall 2013 semester. Currently the David W. and Helen F. Lantis University professor at California State University, Chico, he has authored four books including, Third Views, Second Sights: A Rephotographic Survey of the American West. Byron Wolfe is an internationally collected and exhibited photographer and artist and has four book publications to his credit. He has designed and published interactive media and e-books. For more information about these works, please follow the Overview link to the left on his website www.byronwolfe.com. Much of his long-time collaborative work with Mark Klett can be seen on Klett&Wolfe.com andThirdview.org. Read More

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