Graduated in Fine Arts and Visual Arts Education (1976).
Co-founder of the Albatroz Collective Studio, Ribeirão Preto (1980). Six years of aesthetic studies and visual arts analysis under Pedro Manuel Gismondi. Courses with Antonio Van Acker, Bassano Vaccarini, and Leonello Berti.
In the 1980s, Pama Loiola held a studio in Salvador (BA) as she was researching Brazilian Rock Art with support from the Brazilian Speleology Society. She has held twenty-nine solo shows so far, such as at the Central Bank of Brazil, Brasília-DF, and at the Archaeological and Ethnological Museum of Bahia, which was reviewed by Professor Dennis Viallou of the Musée de l'Homme, Paris, France. She represented the region of Campinas at the Mapa Cultural Paulista and was invited to hold a solo show parallel to the 38 SARP.
Pama has also taken part in forty-seven group shows and twenty art salons to date. She attended extension courses at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and promotes courses at her own studio. She is skilled in using oil, acrylic, metal, ceramics, encaustic, resin, soapstone, wood, polyurethane, and collage and features an entry at the Itaú Library.