Patricia Diana Maloney Edit Profile
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Louisville School Art, 1972. Master of Arts, Murray State University, 1974. Master of Fine Arts, Oklahoma University, 1976.
Artist-in-residence, Allied Arts & Humanities Council, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 1976-1977;
professor art, Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania, since 1977. Visiting researcher Smithsonian Institution Department of Anthropology, National Museum Natural. History, Washington, summer 1987.
Instructor studio arts program, resident associate program, Smithsonian Institution, summer 1987. Research associate in ceramics Harvard Semitic Museum, 1988-1989.
Merit badge counselor The Boy Scouts of America, Washington, Pennsylvania, since 1978. Lecturer American Association University Women, washington, Pennsylvania, 1982. Member West Africa Research Association, Fulbright Association, Carnegie Institution-Museum of Art & Natural History Museum, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Washington County History Society.
Named one of outstanding and prominent women of Washington County, Jay Stock, Photographer, 1988. Fulbright scholar, Ghana, Africa, 1993-1995.