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Want to experience a Temple Contemporary program or exhibition?

Our project space is located inside the Tyler School of Art and Architecture.

Temple Contemporary
Tyler School of Art and Architecture

2001 N. 13th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122

This street address will bring you to the main entrance of Tyler’s Architecture building. Temple Contempoary is located in Tyler's Art building, which is connected to the Architecture building. You can also access Tyler's Art building at the main entrance on Norris Street between 12th and 13th street. As you enter Tyler's Art building, Temple Contemporary will be located to your right.

Note: Visitors are permitted to visit Temple Contemporary. All visitors must be met at the Security Desk at our Norris Street Entrance and escorted to the gallery. For an escort, please call 215-777-9140. All proper health protocols must be followed. For more information, please see Temple University's COVID-19 Policy page.

How do I get to Temple Contemporary from the subway stop at Broad St. and Cecil B. Moore Ave.?
A video is coming soon. In the meantime, you can follow these directions via Google Maps.

 

Contact

Adam Blumberg, Exhibitions Technician
adam.blumberg@temple.edu
215-777-9146

Adam began working for the Exhibitions and Public Programs Department at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture in 2010.  Prior to his arrival, he was a preparator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  He has also worked as a free-lance preparator and art handler at numerous institutions, some of which include the Fabric Workshop and Museum, the National Constitution Center and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Adam received his MFA in Advanced Photographic Studies from ICP-Bard College, New York and his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL.  From 2004–2005, Adam participated in the Research Program at the Center for Contemporary Art in Kitakyushu, Japan.  His own work has been exhibited in England, Germany and Japan in addition to the United States.