Diploma in Fine Arts, Albright Art School, Buffalo, 1937. Bachelor of Science in Art Education, State Teachers College, Buffalo, 1938. Master of Arts in Art, Peabody College(Vanderbilt University), 1963.
Teacher art Buffalo Public Schools, 1937—1943, Jefferson County Schools, Middletown, Kentucky, 1957—1960. Assistant professor art George Peabody College, 1964—1971. Chairman planning board International Ceramic Symposium, Memphis, 1973.
Consultant in field
Chairman advisory committee Tennessee Arts Commission, Nashville, 1968—1972. Member Century III Commission, Nashville, 1977—1979, Mayor's Task Force Community Excellence, Nashville, 1981—1982.
Chairman International Ceramic Symposium, Appalachian Center Crafts, 1985. Member of Tri-Arts (president 1972-1974), Nashville Artist Guild 1964-1966, National Council Education in Ceramic Art, American Craft Council New York, Tennessee Annual Crafts Fair (board chairman 1971-1974), Tennessee Artist-Craftsmen's Association (co-founder), International Academy Ceramics (honorary).
Married Maurice Hyman Hyman, October 25, 1944 (deceased December 1979). Children: Paul Maurice, Jackie Diamond Hyman Wilson. Married Arthur Gunzberg Hyman, September 8, 1985.