Two Tyler School of Art students put together an exhibit featuring more than 35 artists.
Rasheedah Phillips and Camae Ayewa of Black Quantum Futurism presented Time Camp 001 on Saturday and Sunday.
A creative writing alumna will host a reading with several Philadelphia poets on Wednesday in Logan Square.
A professor emeritus will display his artwork in New York City until Oct. 21.
Several Temple students participate in reading circles and art projects twice a month.
The Painted Bride Art Center exhibit features alumna Gail Morrison-Hall.
Nicholas Kripal, who passed away last year, is featured in an exhibit on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
The Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club has taught Black boys about horses for the past century.
An alumna is exhibiting a collection of paintings of food around the world.
The current dean of arts at Yale will make the transition to Tyler starting in July.