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also known as Enry) Theodore Hallman, Jr. (Ted Hallman

artist , textile designer


Was born on December 23, 1933 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of H. Theodore and Mildred Eleanor (Brumbaugh) H.


Certified, Fountainebleau School Fine Arts, France, 1955. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science in Edn, Temple University, 1956. Master of Fine Arts in Painting, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1957.

Master of Fine Arts in Textiles, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1958. Studied at, Bundestextilschule, Austria, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy in Edn, University California, Berkeley, 1974.


Workshop teacher in design, textiles, handweaving, color, United States, England, Canada. Lecturer in design, textile structures. Chairman Haystack School, Deer Isle, Maine, 1958-1960, Penland (North Carolina) School, summers 1963-1970, 96, University California, Berkeley, 1973-1974, California State University, San Francisco, 1970, Brooklyn Museum School, 1973.

Lecturer teaching workshops Institute American Indian Art, Sante Fe, Northern New Mexico Community College, El Rito, New Mexico, Nancy Block Studio, Sante Fe. Head department textile design Moore College Art, 1963-1969. Head of textiles, Ontario College Art, Toronto, 1975-1999, initiating summer programs in Florence, Italy, Como, Italy, Kyoto, Japan, Paris.

Board directors Southwest Craft Center, San Antonio. Advisory board Pacific Basin School Textile Arts, Berkeley, California. Board advisers Toronto (Ontario, Canada) Museum Textiles.


Advisory board Pacific Basin School, Berkeley, California. Member International Society Arts and Letters (honorary life), World Craft Council (invited lecturer conference, Mexico 1976), Ontario Craft Council (director).


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