Resume of Dana Muresan
 
  PRINCIPAL MEDIUM  
    Steel and bronze, sculpture  
 
  PUBLIC COLLECTIONS  
 
    University of Massachusetts, Boston "Tree" 28x12x12in, forged steel sculpture, on permanent display since 1999, placed in the Charles Merrill Room 2004, purchased and donated by Charles Merrill
Cranberry Museum, Edaville Railroad, Carver, Ma. "Time line" 4x16ft, forged steel vine with branches, serving as timeline in the history of cranberry farming exhibit, on permanent display, since 2002
5 Chestnut Street Corporation, Beacon Hill, Boston "Aerial of Beacon Hill" 11x14in C print on permanent display since 1998
 
 
  EXHIBITIONS  
    2005 Gallery 244, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth "Glimpse"
2001 Harbor Gallery, University of Massachusetts Boston "Trio Di Da Do"
2001 Fort Point Arts Community "Open Studio"
2001 Fort Point Arts Community Gallery "Group Show"
2000 David and Sandra Bakalar Gallery @ Mass Art "Senior Show"
2000 Massachusetts College of Art "Sculpture Invasion"
2000 Student Life Gallery, juried exhibition
1999 Student Life Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art "Haystack"
1998 Artists for Humanity Gallery, Boston "In the Shadows"
 
 
  PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE  
 
  2003-2004 Private commission "Shapeshifter" 78x24x24in, painted forged and welded steel
Boston Ma
 
 
  1999-2005 Assistant to the artist, Dorothy Arnold Studio
Cambridge Ma
 
 
  Job description: Curator of paintings & slide inventory, approx. 500 works on canvas and over 1000 works on paper, generating a total of 20,000 slides; manager of 3000 square feet of studio space; duties included preparing materials for artist; photographing art work; creating slides for inventory & digital photography for documentation and promotional packages; record keeping, data entry, updating the web; hosting studio visits from curators, dealers, gallery owners and clients, pricing artwork and negotiating sales; painting restoration; stretching and framing of paintings; carpentry, storage solutions, shipping and crating, studio operations and equipment maintenance.  
 
  1998-2003 Teaching Assistant, Massachusetts College of Art
621 Huntington Ave., Boston Ma 02115
 
 
  Job description: Teaching foundry; introducing students to shop safety, the foundry process, lost wax, cope 'n drag, Styrofoam burnout and mold making techniques; in class demonstrations, individual guidance; foundry operations, shop safety, maintenance and operations. Teaching blacksmithing and fabrication; introducing students to the forge, traditional metal working techniques, welding, and power tools.  
 
  EDUCATION  
    2000 BFA sculpture & photography, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Ma.  
 
  REFERENCES  
    Available upon request. Please contact the artist.