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|Tyler School of Art, Temple University|
(as Stella Elkins Tyler School of Art)
|Location||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Colors||Cherry and White|
The Stella Elkins Tyler School of Art, also known as Tyler School of Art, is an art school at Elkins Park. In 2009, Tyler opened the doors to a new, state of the art facility located on Temple's Main Campus. An allocation of $61.5 million from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania provided the cornerstone financial support for the new 255,000 square foot building, designed by award-winning architect Carlos Jimenez.
Tyler School of Art is one of the leading art institutions that hosts comprehensive arts and design programs including but not limited to painting and drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, glass, photography, fiber and materials, and graphic design programs. Tyler's graduate programs are highly selective, earning a reputation as a large producer of notable artists and designers.
As of 2012, Tyler’s overall ranking is 13th in the nation, rising one spot since U.S. News and World Report last ranked fine arts graduate programs in 2008. Tyler’s individual graduate programs, as of 2012, ranked highly in their respective fields: painting and drawing (10th), sculpture (9th), printmaking (10th), ceramics (13th), and photography (20th).