Curriculum Vitae

Daniel Mariotti

Bollinger Atelier (Artisan)
October 14th 2015 to Current

Phoenix Center for the Arts (Marketing)
October 1st 2015 to December 17th 2015

Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona (Child Mentor)
October 23rd 2016 to Current

Bachelors of Fine Arts (Photography).  Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ
Bachelors of Fine Arts (Printmaking).  Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ

“Off the Wall” — Art Intersection, Gilbert, AZ.
“10x10” — Tohono Chul, Tucson, AZ.

“Black & Gray” — Warehouse 1005, Phoenix, AZ.
​"Regarding the Canon: The Solari Foundation Collection" — Northlight Gallery, Phoenix, AZ. August 18
​“A Surreal Vision” — Millepiani, Rome, Italy.  21 – 30 June 2017
“All Art Arizona” — Art Intersection, Gilbert, AZ. May 30 - July 15
“Arizona Abstract” — Tohono Chul, Tucson, AZ.  April 27 – August 13, 2017
Arizona Abstract will create a visual document concerned with the true essence of the abstract elements found in nature and of the abstract ideas developed in the studio. The exhibition will celebrate what a phenomenally abstract place Arizona is and the phenomenal abstract artists that live and work here.
“At the intersection of Memory and Conjecture” — Northlight Gallery, Phoenix, AZ.

features photographs by Arizona State University professor William Jenkins and more than 50 of the alumni he mentored as students during his 40-year tenure at the university. The title of the exhibition comes from a drawing that Jenkins shares with students in his classes in photography history, theory and criticism and is taken from the writing of Hollis Frampton.

"Respite." - Modified Arts, Phoenix, AZ.

“Search: Result” —  Night Gallery, Tempe Marketplace, Tempe, AZ.
“Working Proof IV” — Night Gallery, Tempe Marketplace, Tempe, AZ.
"Wish You Were Here" - The Lion's Den, Austin, TX.

"Variable Edition" — Gallery 100, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

“Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition.”  Juried by Jeff Whetstone.  University of            Nebraska.  Lincoln, NE.

“Colorography.” Juried by Taylor Marques. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

"International Print Exchange" organized by Jane Lindsay.  Sponsored by Red River Paper.

Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona (Child Mentor) Valley Wide, AZ.
Mission – Healing abused and homeless children through artistic expression.
Vision – To be the premier resource for the healing effects of the arts in children through programming, advocacy, resource development and education.

Collaborator/Instructor. Map(ing) project. Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, ASU, Tempe AZ.
The Map(ing) project, established in 2009, is a biennial event that investigates the personal and cultural histories of Native American and Indigenous artists. Each year five artists are invited to work collaboratively with graduate students from ASU’s School of Art (SOA) Printmaking program, nationally ranked fifth in the country. Over a ten-day period collaborative teams create an editioned print exploring the works’ meaning, content, and symbolism.

Papermaking Demonstrator. Change the Language. Memorial Union, ASU, Tempe AZ.

"Respite." - Modified Arts, Phoenix, AZ.

“Search: Result” —  Night Gallery, Tempe Marketplace, Tempe, AZ.

Rio Cancion: Sustainability Education through Art. Julie Anand. Wrigley Hall. Tempe, AZ.

Museo Nacional De Bellas Artes. Adriana Lestido. Hayden Library. Tempe, AZ.

​A5 Magazine: August

​Average Art: July

HAFNY: #52 Alternative Facts (Juried by Jon Feinstein)

Light Leaked: Process Alternative (Juried by David Emitt Adams and Claire A. Warden)

LUX Undergraduate Creative Review Vol. 11

LUX Undergraduate Creative Review Vol. 10

Change The Language Campaign – Coordinator – a collaboration with artist Kate Horvat. Using the medium of hand papermaking as a catalyst for dialogue and awareness about mental health issues, we are calling upon community members to pledge to “Change the Language” by encouraging persons to think of the individual above and before the illness in an effort to decrease stigma surrounding mental illness.