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Barbara Ryan Malcolm

Barbara Ryan Malcolm, American filmmaker, social worker, art therapist. Organizer, volunteer South Robertson Neighborhoods Council, Los Angeles, since 1997; community therapist HelpGroup, Los Angeles, since 2002. Member National Association Social Workers, American Art Therapy Association.

Background

  • Malcolm, Barbara Ryan was born on September 27, 1960 in New York City. Daughter of John Alfred and Olive Mary Louise (Goldman) Malcolm.

  • Education

    • Bachelor with highest honors, Marlboro College, 1985. Master of Arts in Visual Anthropology, University Southern California, 1989. Master of Social Work, Smith College School Social Work, 2001.

      Postgraduate in clinical art therapy, Phillips Graduate Institute, since 2003.

    Career

    • Indiana video producer Malcolm Productions, Los Angeles, since 1992. Project manager University Southern California, 1993-1996. Videographer Crossroads Productions and Electrical Women Productions, Los Angeles, since 1996.

      Sound recordist Long Beach (California) Museum of Art, 1997. Editor Crystal Films, Los Angeles, 1997.

    Works

    • Producer, director, cameraman (video documentary) Blessed Be, 1992, A Tent of the Winter Prairie, 1995, Sheltered Near the River, 1996. Boom operator (film documentary) Chicks in White Satin, 1994 (Academy Award nominee 1994). Editor (video documentary) The Mursi, 1997.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Wiccan

    Religion

    Denomination: Wiccan

    Membership

    Organizer, volunteer South Robertson Neighborhoods Council, Los Angeles, since 1997. Community therapist HelpGroup, Los Angeles, since 2002. Member National Association Social Workers, American Art Therapy Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Photography, camping, travel, yoga, gardening.

    Connections

    • father: John Alfred Malcolm
    • mother: Olive Mary Louise (Goldman) Malcolm
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    Born September 27, 1960
    (age 56)
    Nationality
    • 1985
      Marlboro College
    • 1989
      University Southern California
    • 2001
      Smith College School Social Work
    • 1992
      Indiana video producer Malcolm Productions
    • 1993 - 1996
      project manager, University Southern California