Print exhibit features student work
The Tyler School of Art will present “Print Progressions,” with work by Temple students. The exhibition is part of the citywide project, “Celebrating Prints and Printmaking in Homage to Dox Thrash.” The exhibit will be held from Nov. 6-24 on the first floor of Pennrose Hall in Elkins Park at Tyler. Hours of operation are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 6 from 6-8 p.m.
Observations of Italy at Tyler
Temple Gallery of the Tyler School of Art will present “Saints and Sinners,” a show featuring prints by artists living or inspired by Italy. The show will be on view on the second floor of Temple Gallery, 45 N. Second St., from Nov. 2-Dec. 15. Hours of operation are Wednesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. For more information, call 215- 413-0364.
Ambler sorority enlists schools for charity
To help with relief efforts, the Sigma Chi Delta Ambler chapter will be asking area schools to participate in a letter-writing campaign. The project is to demonstrate national support for the troops overseas. For more information, call 215-283-1290.
Nominations needed for Great Teacher Awards
Every year Temple recognizes three outstanding faculty members. The Great Teacher Awards were established to reward continued excellence in teaching. Awards include a $1500 stipend. Students may petition to nominate a faculty member by sending letters directly to the awards committee. Deadline for nominations is Feb. 1, 2002. For more details, visit www.temple.edu.