Judy Maloney

Director, Juniata College Museum of Art

Lecturer in Art History

Office Carnegie Museum

Maloney@juniata.edu, 641-2691

Course Offerings:

Italian Renaissance Art, African American Art,

Philosophy of Art, Survey of Western Art,

Museum Practicum

 

M.A. Art History
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
Thesis: “Sensation and Appearance: An
Interpretation of Francis Bacon’s Realism”
M.A. in Fiction Writing
The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
Thesis: White Sands, Collection of Short Stories

Selected Publications:

"Faces of Time: Drawings and Prints by Old and Modern Masters," JCMA exhibition catalogue, 2009

    “Painted Stories: The Work of Jacob Lawrence,” Juniata Voices, Volume 7-2007
     “The Makers of Place,” Research/Penn State Magazine, September 1999
     “The Gentle Society,” Palo Alto Review, Spring 1997
     “A Perfect Right to Love,” The Sun, November 1993
     “Improvising Nature: A Profile of Amercan Landscape Painter Richard Mayhew,

         Research/Penn State, March 1992
      “The Fat Girl Story,” Sojourner, January 1992
      “A Cloud Like an Anvil,” The Exquisite Corpse, May 1989
      “Rodney Alan Greenblat’s Reality and Imagination,” “Portraiture: An Exploration of the Soul,”

           television scripts for Artworks, Produced by WPSX-TV, State College, PA


Professional Associations: College Art Association,
  American Association of Museums, Association of Academic Museums & Galleries, Black Art in America

 

 

 

Detail from Death of St. Francis, Giotto, c.1320s, Fresco, Santa Croce, Bardi Chapel, Florence, Italy

 

 

"Autobiography: Water/Ancestors/ Middle Passage/ Family Ghosts", Howardena Pindell, 1988, 299.7 x 180.3 cm, Acrylic, tempera, cattle markers, oil stick, paper, polymer photo-transfer and vinyl tape sewn on canvas