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Jerry A.  Coltin

Jerry A. Coltin

Assistant Teaching Professor

Jerry A. Coltin is an Assistant Teaching Professor at Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy.

Professional Background

Arts Management

Center for Arts Management and Technology, Executive Director, 1997 - current
A resource, training and service organization charged with investigating emerging technology and subsequent application to the field of arts management.

Sweetwater Center for the Arts, Executive Director, 1994-1997
Rebuilt a faltering Regional Art Center into a thriving Multi-Disciplinary Cultural Center featuring a year-round Outreach Program for under-served populations and superior educational programming for adults and children.

Citiparks - City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation, Office of Special Programs, Program Coordinator - Arts Programs, 1992-1994
Resurrected program that had deteriorated into a vital thriving program with many successful, profitable programs

Akron Art Museum, Acting Preparator and Education Department Assistant, 1986
All phases of exhibition design, installation, presentation, and documentation. Construction of Crating and Shipping Materials, Signage, Photography, Mating and Framing of Art Works.

Professional Artist

JII Sales Promotion Associates, Inc., Senior Staff Artist, 1990-1992
Developed multimedia HyperCard presentation about computer system upgrades necessary. Developed Filing and Cataloguing System for over 1,000 postscript Graphics. Participated in Community Service Project with local High School.

Professional Artist/Sculptor, 1985-Present
Exhibitions - Cleveland, Cinncinatti, Columbus and Lima, Ohio; Pittsburgh and Aliquippa, Pennsylvania
Awards - Ohio Arts Council - Fellowship for the Visual Arts 1989

Arts Instruction

Youngstown State University Art Department, Instructor, 1989-1990
Classes Taught - Drawing I and Art/Music History

Kent State University, Assistant Professor of Art, 1987-1989
Classes Taught -Drawing I and II, Painting I and II, Beginning Sculpture, Art Survey, Art Education, and University Orientation

Courses Taught

  • 93-808 - Exhibitions Management
  • 93-816 - Future Tenant: Strategy, Planning and Research Lab
  • 93-814 - Galleries and Auction Houses: The Economics of the Art Market
  • 90-739 - Systems Synthesis I