The University of Iowa (UI)
One-room schoolhouse on the ESU Campus
John Schulze received a Master of Fine Arts in 1948 from the University of Iowa in Iowa City and a Bachelor of Science in 1940 from the Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia.
In the 1980s John Schulze was a professor of photography at the University of Iowa. Prior to that, he was artist-in-residence at Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Idaho (August 1977, 1975), at SUNY Geneseo (November 1973), at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green (October 1973), at Northwest Missouri State College (March 1972) and at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas (February 1972).
John Schulze was commissioned to do a sixty-foot photographic mural for the new science building at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, which he completed in August 1972. He also made two films, Fluid Image in 1965 and The Elusive Shadow in 1964.
Quotations: "A small percent of the black-and-white ends up as single-print photographs, while most of the images are put in collage compositions. Images are of the real world and of any conceivable subject."