Tyler Ceramics Alum Named Resident Artist at The Clay Studio
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Bradford Davis (MFA '24), an alum of Tyler's Ceramics program, will join The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, one of the nation's oldest and most respected centers for ceramics, as a Resident Artist this fall. The residency program offers the top emerging ceramic talent in the U.S. and abroad the space, time, and resources to develop their artwork and their professional lives.Davis is an award-winning multimedia artist who uses ceramics to express his emotions and responses to his traumas and life experiences. As a retired Army Artillery Officer, his journey of healing fee ..read more
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Tyler Photography Alum Awarded 2024 Guggenheim Fellowship
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Visual artist Rachelle Anayansi Mozman Solano (MFA ’98), an alum of Tyler’s Photography program, has been selected to receive a 2024 Guggenheim Fellowship. The illustrious fellowships, administered annually since 1925 by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, are awarded to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.  Mozman is among 188 highly accomplished scholars, artists, photographers, scientists, and writers who were chosen for this year’s award from nearly 3,000 initial candidates throug ..read more
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Tyler GAID Alum Selected for Chronicle Books Design Fellowship
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Nghi To, a 2024 graduate of Tyler’s MFA program in Graphic & Interactive Design (GAID), has been selected for a prestigious Chronicle Books Design Fellowship, awarded by the independent book publisher to talented, emerging designers.   Chronicle Books is a San Francisco-based publisher and distributor of illustrated books, gifts, toys, and games for children and adults. To is one of three early-career designers chosen among a high volume of applicants for this year’s cohort of the publisher’s competitive design fellowship program. The fellowship runs from July 9, 2024, throu ..read more
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Two Tyler Programs Receive STEM Designation
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Two programs at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture have recently received STEM designation from the Department of Education and the Department of Homeland Security, a classification that benefits students while studying at Tyler and when they are ready to enter the workforce ..read more
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Golden Owls: Three Grads Reflect on Ambler Campus
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Students in the Landscape Architecture and Horticulture programs make their way to the Temple Ambler Campus to do some of the most important hands-on learning of their time at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture.  ..read more
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Tyler Alum Phoebe Bachman (BFA '14) Featured in The Philadelphia Citizen
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As an an artist and project manager for The People's Budget, an evolving Mural Arts Philadelphia public artwork, Tyler Sculpture alum Phoebe Bachman (BFA '14) helps bring everyday Philadelphians into the City’s complex budgeting process by creating opportunities for collaboration and civic engagement ..read more
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Tyler Student Named 2023-2024 Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award Winner
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Tyler Architecture student Russell Berg (BS Historic Preservation ‘24) has been recognized as a 2023-2024 Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award winner by Temple University Libraries. Berg was one of six students selected for the annual award, which celebrates excellence in undergraduate research projects across various disciplines ..read more
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Exhibition Curated by Helen W. Drutt English (BFA '52) Brings Tyler to Sweden’s Nationalmuseum
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An exhibition curated by Tyler alum Helen W. Drutt English (BFA '52), Beauty and the Unexpected: Modern and Contemporary Crafts, on view at the Nationalmuseum in Sweden, continues Drutt’s extensive legacy of ushering contemporary American crafts onto the global stage.   ..read more
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Meet the Student Speaker for Tyler’s 2024 Commencement
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Kalila Jones will receive a BFA in Fibers & Material Studies with a concentration in K–12 Art Education at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture’s 2024 commencement. A proud Philadelphia native, speaking at commencement has been a bucket-list item for Jones, and now that the time has come, she is feeling a range of emotions. “I was super excited to find out that I would be speaking at commencement,” Jones said. “I am a little nervous to speak in front of such a large crowd. Excited, nervous, curious, elated—you name it, I am probably feeling it right now.”Jones’s professor Dr. Lisa ..read more
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Life After Tyler: 2024 Graduates Share Their Plans
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Graduating senior Chloe Mordan (Ceramics BFA ’24) first had the opportunity to work at the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works in Doylestown, PA, as a summer intern last year. That experience has landed her a job with the working history museum, which still produces handmade ceramics tiles in the way its founder did in the late 19th century. “It’s a nice combination for my Ceramics concentration and Art History minor,” Mordan said of her position, which will involve demonstrating how the tiles are made using old equipment in the Arts and Crafts style of the time. She credits a class field tri ..read more
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