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fine arts program director

Mary Anne Goley, American fine arts program director. Recipient Foreign Decoration, Queen Beatrix, The Netherlands, 1982, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, 1988. Member American Association Museum, Archives American Art, Artable, Association Professional Art Advisors (president 1994), Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society.

Background

Goley, Mary Anne was born on July 1, 1945 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Alfred Victor and Beatrice (Tabinski) Goley.

Education

Bachelor, University Maryland, 1967. Master of Arts, Case Western Reserve, 1973. Postgraduate, Case Western Reserve, 1975.

Career

Assistant registrar, National Museum American Art, Washington, 1968-1970; director, fine arts program, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, since 1975. Fine arts consultant Federal Reserve Bank, Miami, Florida, 1979, Jacksonville, 1988, Dallas, 1992. President of the board directors Arlington (Virginia) Arts Center, 1987-1990, guest curator, 1986.

Member Presidential Task Force on Arts and Humanities, 1981. Guest director National Museum American Art, 1976-1977, John White Alexander. Archivist Inventory American Paintings, National Museum American Art, 1971.

Public Defense Institute Bulletin, 1989. Lecturer in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor to exhibition catalogues Federal Reserve Board.

Membership

Member American Association Museum, Archives American Art, Artable, Association Professional Art Advisors (president 1994), Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: horseback riding.

Connections

father:
Alfred Victor Goley

mother:
Beatrice (Tabinski) Goley