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These are on-the-spot interviews with Tyler Alumni at the 2018 Art Market held on October 19, 2018. I asked several alumni what they wish they knew when they were at Tyler. Hopefully, you'll hear this and learn what they wish they knew while you're here! Hear: Adam Ledford Autumn Veggiemon Emily Kane and Carly Mayer: Forge & Finish* LeMieux Books* …
 
Noting the long history of censorship in the comic book world, this panel will explore the role comics, editorial cartoons, and graphic illustration play in issues of censorship and free speech, as well as the history of censorship of comics in the US. Paying particular attention to the use of stereotypes in political cartoons and free speech on co…
 
Listen to this panel discussion from people who are doing rather unexpected things with their degrees. All are in creative fields. They will tell you a little bit about how they got where they are, plus give you some excellent advice to help you navigate your own creative life and career! Holly Quinn, Printmaking major, now Senior Technical Writer …
 
A key challenge for many artists is continuing to focus on the art they love while earning a living that affords them the lifestyle they desire. A number of new and creative career choices and paths are available which allow you to develop the professional life you desire. This is the opening panel discussion from our Artist as Entrepreneur Bootcam…
 
Becoming a working artist: strategies for: Fundraising your projects • Securing fellowships, Residencies and Awards • Securing agents, galleries, distributors • DIY distribution/exhibition Facilitator: LeAnn Erickson, Professor, FMA Dept (tfma.temple.edu/staff-faculty/leann-erikson) Panel:Kari Scott, Assistant Director, Student Life, Tyler School o…
 
Tyler's Department of Art History Presents a Guest Lecture: Blake Bradford from Lincoln University talking about “Preparing for Careers in Museums.” This lecture was recorded on Monday, April 10, 2017 in Anderson Hall 007. Blake Bradford is the newly appointed director of the museum studies program at Lincoln University, which works closely with th…
 
A conversation with Chris Peterson, Temple Career Coach for the Arts and Liberal Arts, and Tyler Student Life Assistant Director Kari Scott, about what a career coach does and why you want to see one. For more on Career Services at Tyler visit the Tyler Career Services page. To take the Focus2 career assessment, visit this page, and to make an appo…
 
Namita Wiggers joins Tyler professors Chad Curtis and Jesse Harrod in a conversation about Questions of Critical Craft. Namita Gupta Wiggers is a writer, curator, and educator based in Portland, OR. She is the Director and Co-Founder of Critical Craft Forum. Wiggers teaches in MFA Applied Craft + Design, co-administered by Oregon College of Art + C…
 
This talk was hosted by Tyler Art History Professor Dr. Ashley West on April 6. Before her talk, Laura gave a block-cutting and printing demonstration in traditional Chinese printing techniques in the studio hosted by Tyler Professor Amze Emmons. In this talk, Laura shares with us her experiences living abroad in China to learn these ancient printi…
 
This panel discussion, moderated by Tyler Art History junior Fiona Fackler, will focus on Temple alumni who have taken the path less traveled, doing unexpected things with their Temple Degrees. Panelists include: Melissa Alam, Femme and Fortune; Sara Strugger, Hugh Wood, Inc,; Michael Latini, Monkey Boys Productions; Erica Hawthorne-Manon, Small Bu…
 
Tyler Professor Gerard Brown leads a panel discussion with Sharon Louden, Hrag Vartanian, and Deana Haggag covering a range of topics, including: Identifying and communicating assets and skills common to the artists studio practice that are useful to mean of creating value for industrial partners. These assets include, among others, the capacity to…
 
Before technology became so prominent in job searches, people used to use elevator pitches to get their jobs. It was the statement that sold them to a company or a CEO and took only as much time as riding an elevator up a floor. With LinkedIn and other job websites becoming popular, the art of the elevator pitch isn’t lost, it’s just changed. Learn…
 
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Temple's Rome Program, Emeritus Professor John James Pron speaks about that city's architectural heritage, the shared experiences of the many architecture alumni who studied there, and Rome's direct influence on his own artistic oeuvre. Until his retirement in 2013, Pron taught design studios and lectured on arc…
 
Artist as Entrepreneur: Working as an Independent Contractor- Advanced tips Forming an LLC • Legal needs of small businesses • Taxes • Management and Marketing your brand Panel: LeAnn Erickson, FMA Professor: Facilitator • Anthony Fletcher, founder of ABM Digifilms, LLC, independent features and webseries • Doris Lin, founder of Spirit Animal, full…
 
Many employers today are using Automated Tracking Systems (ATS) to do the first line resume reviews. This computer system "reads" your resume to decide if you're qualified for the job you're applying for. If your resume isn't formatted correctly, it may end up in the circular file before a human being even sees it. In this podcast, we'll decode the…
 
This presentation was given by Tyler Architecture students Lourdes Monje and Veronica Ayala at the the American Institute of Architecture Students FORUM Conference in Boston, MA on December 31, 2016. Their talk centers around issues that Temple faces while growing in it’s North Philadelphia neighborhood. Here’s their description of their talk to gi…
 
Art coach Carlee Meyer will teach you how to keep a balance in your life as a creative person while also being more productive. This podcast was recorded from a public workshop Carlee gave in Temple Contemporary on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. Carlee's website is a treasure trove of information; visit it here: https://apopstudios.com/…
 
Rebecca received her BFA in 2000 and her MFA in 2002 from Tyler in Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM. She currently is a Professor of Visual Arts at Penn State Altoona. This conversation was recorded in the Fall of 2016 between Rebecca and current Tyler Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM student Kyle Blute. A big thanks to Kyle for arranging this interview and recording …
 
Freelancing and independent contracting is the wave of the very near future. This is the first of four workshops to help filmmakers, artists and all creatives prepare to work and compete in the Gig Economy. Workshop Facilitator: LeAnn Erickson, Professor, Dept of Film and Media Arts. Panelists: Bruce James-Freelance Videographer and Producer; Patri…
 
Andrea Pippins shares her stories of creative “Life After Tyler.” Andrea is a designer, illustrator, and educator who began harnessing her artistic talent into a BFA in graphic design and later earned her MFA at Temple University, Tyler School of Art. She is a tastemaker, an artist, a designer, and an educator with an eye for bold colors and funky …
 
Find your entrepreneurial spirit and get inspired by a panel of four female business owners who will share their successes and challenges of starting something new. The panel includes Emily Carris, photographer; founder, The Art Dept (gallery and art supply boutique); Marcy Coffey, graphic designer; partner, WFGD Studio (certified women-owned desig…
 
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