Edna Meibohm Lindemann Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Art with distinction, University Buffalo, 1936. Master of Arts in Art magna cum laude, Northwestern University, 1939. Studies with Eliel Saarinen, Cranbrook Academy, 1942.
Doctor of Education in Art, Columbia University, 1956.
Art teacher, Buffalo Public Schools, New York, 1936-1947; instructor, U. Vermont, Burlington, 1945-1946; assistant professor, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1947-1949; instructor, New York University, 1949-1956; professor design, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1956-1966; director cultural affairs, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1960-1966; founding director, Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, 1967-1985; private practice art appraiser, since 1986. Director emeritus Burchfield Art Center, since 1985. Researcher artist's museums.
Member Creative Leadership Council, Buffalo, since 1969. Founding member, board directors Maude Gordon Homes Arboretum, Buffalo, 1966-1978. Trustee Buffalo State College Foundation, 1969-1983.
Member Appraisers Association American Inc., Gallery Association New York State (founding, chair 1969-1979), Associate College and University Museum (recording secretary 1980-1983).
Married Fred H. Lindemann (deceased).
1936 - 1947
1945 - 1946
1947 - 1949
1949 - 1956
1956 - 1966
1967 - 1985