Professor Daniel Ranalli had two shows in the month of October. The University of Rhode Island Art Gallery had a show that included one of Professor Ranalli’s Daily Observances pieces. The show was called the 25th Anniversary Sea Grant Exhibition and included 18 artists who have received a Visual Arts Sea Grant over that time.
The exhibition Beyond Human: Artist-Animal Collaborations inaugurated the new Art and Nature Center wing of this amazing museum. Included in this show were two of Professor Ranalli’s Snail Drawings. The show opened on Saturday October 19th at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. and was on display until September 2014.
Professor Daniel Ranalli curated a show at the Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) in Provincetown, MA which opened Saturday, July 13, 2013. The Massachusetts Cultural Council's 4th Annual Awards celebrated FAWC fellows in a show entitled, "The Importance of Artists Among Us". Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick was the presenter.
(From left) Visual artists Jim Peters and Linda Bond, Gov. Deval Patrick, exhibition curator Daniel Ranalli, and artists Nathalie Miebach and Nicky Tavares.
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