March 25, 2010
TCG SEMI-ANNUAL BANQUET!
Great Music, Fun People, and DELICIOUS HOMEMADE FOOD
When: Thursday, March 25th; 7-9 pm
Where: Artist’s Palette
For a $5 Donation, You Get: * A selection of foods of the Vegetarian, Vegan, and Omnivorous Variety * Mouthwatering Desserts *
Live Music Performed by Temple Musicians * The Opportunity to Support a Great Organization!
November 20, 2009
In the main lobby of Tyler, the Tyler Glass Guild is having a holiday sale, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Today is the last day, so don’t forget to stop by.
November 17, 2009
This Thursday, November 19th, Produce Exhibitions is pleased to host a lecture by Brooklyn-based sculptor Miguel Luciano.
Luciano is a visual artist working with sculpture, video and performance to explore popular culture and nationality. Through humor and provocative reappropriations, his work critically examines globalization and its effect on identity while providing a space for community interaction.
Please join us at 11AM in the Tyler School of Art auditorium room B04, followed by a brief Q&A with coffee and bagels.
Produce Exhibitions is an student-run organization devoted to providing undergraduate students the opportunity to work with artists first-hand.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 11, 2009
Students from all Tyler programs are welcome to join us on Wednesday, September 16, in Room B089, Lower Level, Tyler Building, at 12:15 p.m. This will be our initial meeting for the semester. Anyone who is interested in signing up to become actively involved in the student alliance should try to attend. If you cannot be there and are interested, please send an email to Mary Jachetti email@example.com
September 3, 2009
Temple Community Garden is looking for volunteers to help with the planting. If interested, please call Dan Feeser at 717-645-4123.
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.