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Arleen Hartman Edit Profile

artist and feminist

Arleen Hartman, American artist and feminist. Reiki master 2006. Coordinator Celebrating Women's Sexualities, Cleveland, 1987, Shadow Project, Cleveland, 1985; coordinator special programs American Civil Liberties Union, 2004-2005.

Background

Hartman, Arleen was born on January 17, 1954 in Cleveland. Daughter of Raymond Joseph and Margaret (Schuman) Hartman.

Education

Bachelor, Cleveland State University, 1981. Master of Fine Arts, University Cincinnati, 1984.

Career

Teacher, Deer Elementary School, Banchang, Thailand, 1973-1974;artist, Cleveland, since 1979;assistant professor art, Bowling Green State University, Huron, Ohio., 1993-1994;instructor, Capital U., Cleveland, since 1994. Visiting artist various schools, Ohio, 1970-1994. Lecturer art Commodity Credit Corporation/CSU/University of California, Cleveland and Cincinnati, 1983-1990, 98, CSU Governor Institute Gifted & Talented, Cleveland, 1987-1992, 96-.

Lecturer Cleveland State University, 1987-1989. Visiting assistant professor, 1989-1992. Gallery director BGSU-Firelands College, Huron, 1993-1994.

Radio host public affairs WCSB-FM, Cleveland, 1991-1992. Lecturer in field.

Achievements

  • Reiki master 2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Out Art: A Purgative Event, 1992, Urban Life, 1992, Possession of Women, 1992, Dia de Los Muertos Celebration, 1993, Feminism Spanning the Americas: The Scream Continues, 1994, Women Rage: Men Listen, 1994, Land Sculptures, 1994, World War Four, 1995, Calling the Question, 1995, Turn, 1996. Author: What I'm Doing, 2003.

Membership

Coordinator Celebrating Women's Sexualities, Cleveland, 1987, Shadow Project, Cleveland, 1985. Coordinator special programs American Civil Liberties Union, 2004-2005.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, travel, experimental work in creativity.

Connections

father:
Raymond Joseph Hartman

mother:
Margaret (Schuman) Hartman