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Jim Schneck received a B.A. from Purdue University in 1974 with a major
in Fine Arts, focusing on Painting and Lithography. He received a M.A.
from Purdue University in 1976. In 1977, Schneck moved to Delaware and
was accepted in the first M.F.A. class at the University of Delaware. He
graduated in 1979 with an M.F.A. majoring in Painting, Drawing, and
Printmaking. From 1979 to 1981, he taught full time as an instructor at
the University of Delaware, teaching sections of beginning,
intermediate, and advanced drawing, figure drawing, design, and
painting. While working as a freelance artist and trying to get gallery
representation in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, he worked at a
variety of jobs such as starting his own woodworking and furniture
restoration business in Landenberg, PA in 1982, and later working as a
silkscreen printer. In 1992, Schneck joined Winterthur Museum and soon
became the Senior Art Handler. He was in charge of a staff of art
handlers and oversaw the day-to-day movement of objects, set up
exhibitions, and supervised the transport of objects and traveling
shows. He joined the Photo Services staff at Winterthur in 2002.
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