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Patricia Jones-Gregory, American art educator. Certified principal/supervisor, supervisor, educational administration and supervision, art teacher grades K-12.


Jones-Gregory, Patricia was born on April 15, 1944 in La Grange, Georgia, United States.


Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education, Pratt Institute, 1966. Master of Science in Photography, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1970. Postgraduate in African Studies and Research, Howard University, 1970—1974.

Doctor of Education in Educational Administration and Supervision, Seton Hall University, 1994.


Teacher art Westfield School District, New Jersey, 1966—1968. Instructor art Howard University, Washington, 1970—1971. Teacher art Newark School District, 1974—1979, Irvington School District, New Jersey, 1979—1980, South Orange-Maplewood School District, 1980—1981, Montclair School District, 1981—1982.

Instructor art, docent Newark Museum, 1982—1984. Teacher art Weequahic High School, Newark, 1983—1998. Member committee textbook evaluation curriculum services Board Education, Newark, since 1983.

Art director Ergo-Weequahic High School, Newark, 1984-1993, founder, advisor Kuumba Art Club, 1989-1994, PB Graphics Design, liasion, City Without Walls Art Reach mentor program, 1997-1998.


  • Certified principal/supervisor, supervisor, educational administration and supervision, art teacher grades K-12.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Many Moods of the Afro-American Woman, 1971, Multicultural Arts Exhibition Catalog, 1992, Pathways to Empowerment, 1997. Editor (public): The Harvester, 1979-1983, The Beauty of Holiness, 1997, The Clarion: The Voices That Lead to Righteousness, 1999—2000, Friendship With the World, 2000, Metamorphosis of the Christian, 2002, Intermèzzo in l'Italia, 2002, A Good Wife is Without Price, 2005, Ode to Sam Turrentine, 2007.


Researcher Goldman and Kennedy The New York Urban Athlete, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1983. Volunteer teacher, counselor local church. Member of Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Association Art Educators, National Association for Multicultural Education, Committee to Eliminate Media Offensive to African People, Studio Museum in Harlem, Newark Museum, Newark Art Council, Brooklyn Museum Art, Schomburg Center Research in Black Culture, Kappa Delta Pi.


  • Other Interests

    Art, travel, discussion, reading, writing.


Daughter of Eddie Burrel Jones (deceased), Samuel Lee (stepfather) and Mildred Jones (Johnson) Turrentine. Married Bernard Gregory, October 12, 1985.

Eddie Burrel Jones Jones-Gregory

Bernard Gregory