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artist , educator

James Gerald Weinstein, American Artist, educator. Avocations: classical guitar, cooking, film, tennis. M C. Ludwig Uogelstein Foundation grantee, 1989. Fellow New Pictorialist Society (board directors); member College Art Association, Boston Classical Guitar Society.

Background

Weinstein, James Gerald was born on June 30, 1948 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Alvin Irvin Weinstein and Lois Estelle (Joffe) Holleb.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Northwestern University, 1970. Master of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College Art, 1985.

Career

Tutor, Boston, 1972-1976, 88-;lecturer, Massachusetts College Art, Boston, 1982-1986;lecturer, The Art Institute of Chicago Boston, 1987;lecturer Quinsigamond College, Emporia State University, 1988.

Achievements

  • Avocations: classical guitar, cooking, film, tennis. M C.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: After the Teacups, 1977, All Day Long, 1983. 4 one-act plays, 1975. Contributor poetry, articles, reviews to professional journals, since 1972.

      One-man shows include twenty-year retrospective Michigan State University, 1990, Rhode Island College, 1989, University Colorado, Quinsigamond College, 1988, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Elgin (Illinois) College, 1986, University Wisconsin, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, 1985, Massachusetts College Art, 1984, Gallery 335, Gallery Piano Factory, Boston, 1982, Lynde Tracy Gallery, Boston, 1981. Exhibited in group shows at Danforth Museum Art, 1990, Fuller Museum Art Center for Creative Photography, 1989, 2nd International Houston FotoFest, 3rd International Exposition, Brazil, 1988, New Pictorialist Society, 1986-1987, California Museum Photography, 1985, School Museum Fine Arts, Boston, 1978-1979, others. Represented in permanent collections Bibliotèque Nationale, Paris, Rose Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum Art, Portland Museum Art, Danforth Museum Art, Fuller Museum Art, DeCordova Museum, California Museum Photography, Kresge Art Museum Center for Creative Photography, others.

Membership

Fellow New Pictorialist Society (board directors). Member College Art Association, Boston Classical Guitar Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Classical guitar, cooking, film, tennis.

Connections

father:
Alvin Irvin Weinstein Holleb

mother:
Lois Estelle (Joffe) Holleb