1954 - Hans Hoffman School of Fine Arts1955 - Bachelor of Fine Arts - Rhode Island School of Design1958 - National Academy of Design1968 - Master of Arts - City University of New York - City University of New York - Hunter College1972 - Doctor of Philosophy - New York University - New York University
Her Doctor of Philosophy dissertation was “The Description of Color: A Critique of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Color Theory”.
She was best known for her Abstract Expressionism painting style, which can be interpreted as early street or urban art, with a close connection to the New York school movement. Doctor Sloane"s books included topics on fine arts, art history, principles of color, and the works of Thomas Stearns Elliot. She was a frequent contributor to the Village Voice with critical writings as well as drawings.
In 1956 she was an instructor at Ohio University.
She also taught at the Jewish Community Center in Providence, Rhode Island, the Scarsdale Community Workshop, 1965, URI, Community College of New York, Trenton Junior. College, and she spent the latter part of her teaching career as a full professor at the City University of New New York
In addition, she was a gallery lecturer at the Whitney Museum, and was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1974. Guggenheim Memorial Foundation – Received One Year Fellowship for “Studies in Color Theory” in 1974 for 1974-1975 Academic Year (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation).
The Riverdale Young Men’s Hebrew Association Gallery 195, New York City, 1958 Camino Gallery, 1961 Providence Art Club, Brata Gallery, (solo) 1963 Emmanuel Midtown Young Men’s Hebrew Association, 1964 Fordham University, URI, 1968University of Maryland Art Gallery, 1971Stamford Museum, 1972 Landmark Gallery, 1973Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1975 Phoenix Gallery Tenth Street Days exhibition, 1978Grace Gallery of New York Technical College (solo), 1983Olin Fine Arts Center (solo) 1984 South.
Member Community Planning Board 2, since 1980. Member King County Democratic Committee. Member College Art Association, American Society Aesthetics, Artists Equity (chairman task force artists housing and zoning), New York Artists Equity (board directors).