Joella Jean Mahoney Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Education in Art and English, Northern Arizona University, 1955. Master of Fine Arts, Claremont Graduate University, 1965. Postgraduate, Art Institute Chicago, 1994.
Docent training, Museum Northern Arizona, 1989—1990.
Teacher Osborn Elementary School, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1955, Tolleson (Arizona) Elementary School, 1959, Mingus Union High School, Jerome, 1960—1963, Chaffey Community College, Alta Loma, California, 1967, Mount San Antonio Junior College, Walnut, 1968—1969, Youth Training School, Chino, 1970—1971, Idyllwild (California) School Music and Arts, 1970—1972, Orme Sch. Professor University La Verne, California, 1964—1998, chairman art department, 1974, professor art emerita, 1998. Artist in residence Northern Arizona University, 1997, teacher television program, 1998—2000.
Guest professor University La Verne, Athens, Greece, 1996. Exhibiting artist United States State Department Art in Embassies Program, 1965—1975. Guest professor painting Orme School, 1981—1984.
Lecturer, presenter in field.
Volunteer Museum Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, 1988—1990, Sedona Museum Art, 1988—1993. Commissioner City of Sedona Arts and Cultural Commission, 1990—1993.
1 child Maxim Joseph Flake.