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                             DANIEL ROSENFELD
             7 St rid er Ave nu e           W ate rvi lle , ME 049 01
                             (207 ) 3 14 - 911 9
                           DR A N O N Y M E @ G M A I L . C O M
EDUCATION:
     BA       T HE J OHNS H OPKINS U NIVERSITY
                                                                        1970
     PHD     S TANFORD U NIVERSITY
                                                                        1993
                  T HE G ETTY L EADERSHIP I NSTITUTE FOR M USEUM M ANAGEMENT
                                                                          1994
                  W HARTON C ULTURAL M ANAGEMENT P ROJECT , U NIVERSITY OF
     P ENNSYLVANIA ,
                         S HORT C OURSE IN F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT
                                                                          1999

EXPERIENCE, ACCOMPLISHMENTS, & QUALIFICATIONS :
     25 years museum experience, ten as director, in
        dynamic public institutions
     Expertise in the fields of 19 th century, modern, and
        contemporary American and European art
     Institutional strategic and financial planning
     Demonstrated experience as a fundraiser,
        administrator, and financial manager
     Oversight of capital projects including: facilities
        planning, renovation and expansion
     Community outreach
     Significant experience in all aspects of exhibitions
        planning and implementation
     Collections development and conservation
     Broad and diverse affiliations in all aspects of the
        art world
     A dynamic, imaginative, team-oriented leader

POSITIONS HELD:
     University of Maine
                 Professor (adjunct), Department of Art                      2007-
     2008
     Colby College Museum of Art & Department of Art
           Carolyn Muzzy Director & Professor of Art History2002-
           2006
     The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
                     The Edna S. Tuttleman Director, Museum and Academy
                     Professor`                               1996-2002
          Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design
                Curator of Painting and Sculpture                        1984-1995
          Yale University, Yale University Art Gallery
                Mellon Research Associate                     1984
                Acting Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs1983
                National Museum Act (IMS) Fellow         1981-1982
          University of Chicago, Department of Art History
                 Visiting Assistant Professor           1980-1981
POSITIONS HELD             (cont’d.) :


          Boston University
                  Assistant Professor, Department of Art History1975-
                1980
          Stanford University
                Graduate Instructor, Department of Art                   1971-1973
VISITING POSITIONS:
          Brown University
                Visiting Lecturer, Department of Art                          1985
          Wellesley College
                Visiting Lecturer, Department of Art                          1976
P U B L I C A T I O N S ( A U T H O R ):
          “Richard Serra at Colby,” (exhibition brochure), 2002.
          “Rodin‟s Partial Figures,” in Rodin: A Magnificent
                Obsession. Sculpture from the Iris and B. Gerald
                Cantor Foundation (London: Merrell, 2001), 127-
                174.
          “Maquette: An Historical Sketch,” in Big                   Idea:   The
                Maquettes of Robert Arneson (Palo                    Alto    Art
                Center, 2001).
            “Are We Having Fun Yet?”                American Art 10:1 (Spring
                 1996).
            “Discoveries at the            RISD   Museum,”   Sculpture   Review
                 (Summer 1994).
          Contemporary Art in Rhode Island    (Providence: Museum
                of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1994).
          Magdalena Abakanowicz, Recent Sculpture (Providence:
                Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design,
                1994). Introduction by Michael Brenson, with an
                autobiographical essay by the artist.
          European Painting and Sculpture, ca. 1770-1937, in the
                Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design
                (Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School
                of Design, 1991).



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          Terra       Incognita:    New Directions in Contemporary
                     Landscape (Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode
                     Island School of Design, 1990).
          New Visions of the Apocalypse (Providence: Museum of
               Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1989).
          1900 to Now: Modern Art from Rhode Island Collections
                (Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School
                of Design, 1988).
          Call of the Wild: Animal Themes in Contemporary Art
               (Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School
               of Design, 1987).
          Daniel Rosenfeld and Robert Workman, The Spirit of
                Barbizon (San Francisco: Art Museum Association
                of America, 1986).
          Life in the Big City: Contemporary Artistic Responses
                to the Urban Experience (Providence: Museum of
                Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1985).
          Handbook of the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of
                Design (contributing), 1985.
          Bulletin of the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of
                Design (contributing), 1985-1995.


P U B L I C A T I O N S ( c o n t ’ d . ):
          "Géricault, Rescue of the Survivors, Study for the
                Raft   of  the   Medusa,"  and    "Jean   Baptiste
                Carpeaux, Allegory of France," in Richard S.
                Field, ed., French Drawings from the Yale
                University   Art   Gallery   (New    Haven:   Yale
                University Art Gallery, 1983).
          Richard S. Field and Daniel Rosenfeld, Prints by
                Contemporary   Sculptors    (New Haven: Yale
                University Art Gallery, 1982).
          "Rodin's Carved Sculpture," in Albert E. Elsen, ed.,
                Rodin Rediscovered (Washington, D.C.: The National
                Gallery of Art, 1981).
          Albert E. Elsen, et. al.       Committee on Professional
                Practices for Art Historians, "A Code of Ethics for
                Art Historians and Guidelines for the Professional
                Practice of Art History," Art Journal XXXIII/2
                     (Winter, 1973-1974), pp. 129-132.
          Forewords to: Sylvia Yount and Elizabeth Johns, To Be
                Modern (Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts,
                1996); Susan James-Gadzinski, American Sculpture
                in the Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania
                Academy of the Fine Arts (1997); Kathleen A.
                Foster, Thomas Eakins Rediscovered (Pennsylvania
                Academy of the Fine Arts and Yale University
                Press, 1997); Sylvia Yount, Maxfield Parrish,
                1870-1966 (Harry N.Abrams Abrams, Inc., 1999);


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                     Jonathan  P.   Binstock,   Andy  Warhol,  Social
                     Observer (Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts,
                     2000).


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS (CURATOR /                            AUTHOR   / C O N T R I B U T O R ):
          The Bruce Brown Collection of Contemporary Prints (Colby
          College)                                           2003
          Richard Serra at Colby: Prints from the Collection of Paul
          Schupf (Colby College)                             2002
          Emilio Cruz, The Homo Sapiens Series (PAFA)                                                 1997
          Contemporary Video Series (RISD)                                                       1985-1995
          Cubism and its Affinities (RISD)                                                            1995
          Raid the Icebox II: Late Gothic and Old Master Paintings and
          Sculpture
           from the Museum’s Reserve (RISD)             1995-1998
          Yuri Sarkisov: A Soviet Modernist from Azerbaijan (RISD)1994
          Contemporary Art in Rhode Island (RISD)                                                     1994
          Magdalena Abakanowicz, Recent Sculpture (RISD)1993- 1994
          Migrations: Latin American Art & the Modernist Imagination
          (RISD)
          (works by Luis Cruz Azaceta, Jose Bedia, Alejandro Colunga,
          Nahum
          Zenil, Jorge Tacla, Ismael Frigerio)               1992

          Rewe: A Video installation by Juan Downey (RISD)                                            1992
          European Painting and Sculpture, ca. 1770-1937 (RISD)1991-
          1992
          James Turrell: Works from the "Afrum" and "Aperture" Series,
          and the
          Roden Crater (RISD)                                1991
          Terra Incognita:                  New Directions in Contemporary Landscape
          (RISD)                                                             1990
          19 th & 20 th Century European and American Painting& Sculpture
          (RISD)                                                 1989
          Sculpture by Fumio Yoshimura (RISD)                                                         1989
S E L E C T E D E X H I B I T I O N S ( c o n t ’ d . ):
          New Visions of the Apocalypse (RISD)                                                        1989
          Del Nuevo Mundo: Selections from the Nancy Sayles Day
          Collection
          of Latin American Art (RISD)                       1988
          1900 to Now: Modern Art from Rhode Island Collections (RISD)                                       1988
          1900 to Now: Modern Art from Rhode Island Collections (New
          York,
          IBM Gallery of Science and Art)                    1988




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     William Bailey: Paintings, Drawings, Prints (RISD) 1988
     The Call of the Wild (RISD)                            1987
     Three Contemporary Painters: Leon Golub, Elizabeth Murray,
     Donald Sultan. (RISD)                              1987
     The Spirit of Barbizon: France and America (traveling
     exhibition from the
     permanent collection of the Museum of Art, Rhode Island
     School of
     Design, circulated under the aegis of the Art Museum
     Association
     of America).                                  1986-1987
     Personae: The Art of the Portrait (RISD)               1986
     Life in the Big City: The Urban Impulse in Contemporary Art
     (RISD)                                             1986
     Fortissimo!    30 Years From the Richard Brown Baker
     Collection of
     Contemporary Art. (RISD; San Diego Museum of Art; Portland
     [Oregon]
     Museum of Art)                                       1985
     Prints by Contemporary Sculptors (Yale University Art
     Gallery, with                                      1982
     Richard S. Field)
     Rodin Rediscovered (contributor, Washington D.C., The
     National
     Gallery of Art                                     1982
     The Pioneers of Modern Sculpture (contributor, London, Arts
     Council
     of Great Britain, Hayward Gallery)                 1973

SELECTED PUBLIC LECTURES:
     “Pollock by Arneson,” Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery,
     University of Nebraska 2004
      “Rodin‟s Kiss,” Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for the
     Visual Arts,
      Stanford University                               2002
     “Pollock by Arneson,” Palo Alto Arts Center
     2002
      “Rodin‟s Studio and Working Methods,” Christie‟s Education,
     NY1998
      “Love and Death: Rodin‟s Marbles and the Legacy of the
     Gates of Hell”                                  1994-98
           The   Frick Collction, NY
           The   Philadelphia Museum of Art
           The   Cummer Museum, Jacksonville, FL
           The   North Carolina Museum of Art, Greensboro
           The   Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA
           The   San Diego Museum of Art



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            “Rodin's Illustrations for Baudelaire's „Fleurs du Mal,‟”
            RISD Faculty
            Symposium                                          1994
            “Rodin's Kiss," The Metropolitan Museum of Art                                            1994
SELECTED PUBLIC LECTURES                            (cont’d.) :


            “Themes of Tragic Love in Rodin‟s „Literary‟ Sculpture,” The
            National Gallery
            of Art, Washington, D.C.                           1982
            "L'Atelier Rodin: Collaboration and Originality in His
            Carved Sculpture," Annual
            Meeting of the College Art Association, Los Angeles 1977


M I S C E L L A N E O U S B O A R D S , C O M M I T T E E S , E X T R A -C U R R I C U L A R :
            Downtown Waterville Development Committee, Community Arts
            Initiative                                    2003-2006
            American Association of Museums, Museum Assessment
            Program, Surveyor                             1997-2003
            Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD)                                           1998-2002
            Trustee, Fairmont Park Art Association                                               1997-2002
            Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia, Board
            of Advisors                                   1997-2002
            Arthur Ross Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Advisory
            Committee                                     1997-2002
            The Pew Charitable Trusts, Juror, Fellowships in the Arts                                        1997
            City of Philadelphia, Percent for Art Advisory Council 1996-
            2000
            Trustee, Williamstown Art Conservation Center 1988-1995
            Advisory Board, Archives of American Art, New England
            Chapter                                       1988-1995
            Art Advisory Committee, RI State House Restoration
            Commission                                    1990-1995
            Trustee (Vice-President), East Greenwich (RI) Free Library
            Association                                   1989-1995
            Awards in the Visual Arts (regional nominator) 1989-1995
            Exhibitions Advisory Panel, New England Foundation for the
            Arts                                          1986-1995
            Institute of Museum Services, General Operating Support
            (GOS) Grant,
            Application Evaluator                              1994
            Honors Examiner in the History of Art, Swarthmore College                                        1979
            Committee on Professional Practices for Art Historians,
            College Art
            Association                                        1973



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    Varsity Football, The Johns Hopkins University (Co-
    captain,1969)                                 1967-1969
    Varsity Lacrosse, The Johns Hopkins University 1967-1970
Awards:
    National Endowment for the Arts (grant for research in
    Paris)                                        1989-1990
    National Museum Act Fellow, Yale University Art Gallery1981-
    1982
    Bourse d'Études du Gouvernement Français (Académie de
    France)                                       1974-1975
    Georges Lurcy Fellowship                      1974-1975
    Mabelle McLeod Memorial Fund Fellowship       1973-1974
    B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, Travel Grant for Research
    Abroad                                        1972-1973
    NDEA Fellow, Stanford University              1970-1973




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                               A PPENDIX : F UNDRAISING


D EVELOPMENT / F UNDRAISING ( SELECTED ):
       Institute for Museum Services (1987)               $       55,000
       (for collections conservation, RISD)
       Fleet National Bank (1988)                         $       50,000
       (exhibition sponsor, 1900 to Now, RISD)

       National Endowment for The Arts (1988, 1990):
       (Collections Research Grant for European Painting and
       Sculpture, RISD)                              $  35,000
       (Publication Grant)                                $       65,000
       The Prospect Hill Foundation (1990):               $       25,000
       for European Painting and Sculpture, RISD)
       IBM Corporation (1988):                       $ 100,000
       ( collections conservation, in conjunction with the
       exhibition of RISD paintings
       and sculpture in their Manhattan gallery)
       Narragansett Electric Company (1994):              $        5,000
       (exhibition sponsor, 1900 to Now, RISD)
       J. Paul Getty Trust (1994):                  $    1,400
       (scholarship, to attend the Museum Management Institute)
       Advanta (1996):                                        $   25,000
       (for the exhibition To Be Modern, PAFA)
       Cephalon, Inc.; Integrated Systems Consulting; Safeguard
       Scientifics;
       Hamilton Family Foundation; The William Penn Foundation
       (1997):                                       $ 50,000
       (Corporate and Foundation Sponsors of the Portfolio
       Exhibition Series, PAFA
       Henry Luce Foundation (1997):                          $   50,000
       (for the exhibition, Maxfield Parrish, PAFA)
       Henry Luce Foundation (1997):                  $150,000
       (The American Collections Enhancement Initiative, for the
       digitization of
       the PAFA collection)

       William Penn Foundation (1997/1998):          $ 55,000
       (for educational outreach and audience development)
       Connelly Foundation (1997):                            $   20,000
       (school visit program)
       Mellon Financial Corporation (1999 - 2000):
       (exhibition sponsor, Maxfield Parrish, PAFA)           $   50,000
       (exhibition sponsor, Andy Warhol Social Observer)$           25,000
       Citypaper, G-mart, Gyro World, Greater Philadelphia Tourism


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and
Marketing Corporation
(exhibition sponsors, Andy Warhol Social Observer)$     15,000




Additional sponsors for the exhibition, Maxfield Parrish
(1999):
   Independence Foundation                     $     50,000
   Arcadia Foundation                          $     25,000
   National Endowment for the Arts             $     22,500
   Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission $     10,000
   Greater Philadelphia Tourism and Marketing Corporation
                                              $ 75,000
   Hotel Partners (The Four Seasons, Loews Philadelphia,
   Marriot)                                   $ 10,000
The Pew Charitable Trust (1996-2001):          $100,000
(myriad support for publications and exhibition programming)
First Union National Bank, Mellon Bank PSFS, Wilmington
Trust of
Philadelphia, Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories, Inc. (1999 - ):
                                               $75.000*
(corporate sponsors)

Board of Trustees, PAFA (2000):                $111,500
(sponsors of the exhibition, Henry Twachtman: An American
Impressionist)
Women’s Committee, PAFA                       $ 100,000*
Miscellaneous Donors (2001):                   $1,000,000
(for the acquisition by partial gift and purchase by
subscription of the painting
by Thomas Eakins, Portrait of Harrison Morris, 1896. The
painting was appraised
by Sotheby‟s on behalf of the sitter‟s grandson, Harrison
Morris Wright, for
$3,400,000. Dr. Wright donated $2,400,00 of the painting‟s
appraised value).
For the inaugural exhibition of Cherished Possessions, A New
England
Legacy (2003):
   Fidelity Foundation                             $ 25,000
   The Lunder Family Foundation                    $ 25,000
   Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Alfond                    $ 25,000

Pace Wildenstein, The King and Jean Cummings Charitable
Trust of the
Maine Community Foundation, Swardlick Marketing Group, The


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Maine
Office of Tourism (2005):                       $50,000
(for the documentary The Colby College Museum of Art,
produced by the
Maine Public Broadcasting Network, in addition to $50,000
“in kind” from
MPBN)
Alan Merkin Foundation (2006):
(incremental gift, for endowment of the Merkin Curator of
Education)                                   $1,000,000




*estimated annual contributions




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