Visit the Art Market at Tyler, October 12-13

October 10, 2012

This Friday and Saturday, October 12-13, the Tyler School of Art Alumni Association will be hosting the Art Market at Tyler. It is a featured event during DesignPhiladelphia 2012. The event will showcase works of art created by 28 students, alumni, and other local artists. Their works include ceramics, fiber art, glass, jewelry, paintings, photography, and sculptures, with prices ranging from $5 to $3,000. The event will take place in the entire first floor of Tyler’s building, from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.

For more information about the Art Market at Tyler, visit
To learn more about DesignPhiladelphia 2012 and it’s events, visit

Class of 2010 T Shirts

January 19, 2010

Tyler students, Dennis Ritter and Dan Feeser, in the news

September 23, 2009

Clay sale at Temple Bookstore – Tyler Art Dept.

August 21, 2009

The bookstore is having a huge clay sale where all the clay and slip are 1/2 off their original price!
The clay and the prices are:
153 Beige Stoneware 50 lbs was $33.90 is now $16.95
Warm White Clay 105 (no Talc) 50 lbs was $23.00 is now $11.50
Warm White Clay 105 50 lbs was $23.00 is now $11.50
308 Brooklyn Red 50 lbs was $24.00 is now $12.00
Low Fire Slip 1 and 2 lbs was $8.00 is now $4.00

Temple Community Garden News

June 17, 2009

Dan Feeser, the president of the Temple Community Garden notified Student Life that the group has received a grant from Temple University Provost’s Office in the amount $1000.  Thanks to  Betsy Leebron Tutelman, Dean of Students, and Amy Hecht, Associate Dean  of Students, who helped make this happen.  Construction  of the garden will soon be underway  and the group plans to coordinate an opening and Fall Harvest!  Here’s a photo of Dan at 11th & Berks – the site for the group’s first on-campus garden.


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Architecture Students Honored

April 27, 2009

Architecture students Sarah Salem and the Freedom by Design Team were last night awarded the top honor in ‘Temple Heroes’, a Temple wide competition to honor students making a difference in the neighbouring community. Freedom by Design is a national American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) initiative to define, design and implement a project to make the life / lives of a person/s with a physical disability easier and more dignified. All the proceeds from a silent auction held last night will go towards Freedom by Design. This will enable the team to move forward with their first design-build project. Congratulations to all!

The Art Education Club makes the Temple News

April 24, 2009

The Art of Education

Spring Fling has been postponed!

April 14, 2009

Due to the forecast of rain, winds and low temperatures, Spring Fling is being postponed until next week, Wednesday, April 22

Tyler students featured in the Temple News

April 10, 2009

15 Best Student Artists by Temple News

Faculty News from the Temple Times

March 20, 2009

Tyler professor’s work adorns Walnut Street window
Tuesday, March 17, 2009

CONTACT: Kim Fischer 215-204-7479

In honor of the Philadelphia Flower Show, Martha Madigan, professor and chair of the Photography Department at Tyler School of Art, created 20-foot-high murals from her “Botanical Portraits” series to adorn the Walnut Street windows of the Joan Shepp boutique.
The colossal “Botanical Portraits” are archival inkject images on silk made from solar photograms. According to Madigan, the direct solar photograms employ human scale plant forms as subject matter to express a powerful and vital energy. “The plants in this body of work are chosen for both their scale relationships and healing properties for the human condition,” she said.

The “Botanical Portraits” reflect Madigan’s wide use of media throughout photography’s history, from the earliest cyanotype process to the latest techniques in digital color photography. Bamboo, lilies and wildflowers are just some of the objects she explores with her camera. Her work is exhibited internationally, and is collected by museums such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago as well as private collectors.