About The artist:

Tina Piracci currently serves as the Gallery Director at the Centre Gallery in Tampa, Florida. She obtained her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the University of South Florida with a concentration in sculpture and extended media. Additionally, she holds three minors including: Visualization & Design, Entrepreneurship, and Electrical Engineering & Digital Fabrication. She has also studied at Cite Universitaire in Paris, France and University College London. Each of her projects is an experiment as she strives to merge art with technology.


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exhibitions:
Morean center for clay, unified, sponsored by ​united nations (2017)

caroyln Wilson gallery, last call​ (2017)
University of South Florida Library (2016-2017)
The Salvador, St. Petersburg, FL (2016)
FIVE by FIVE, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa (2016)
Silent Auction, William and Nancy Oliver Gallery, Tampa, FL. (2016)
3rd Annual Juried Exhibition, Centre Gallery, Tampa, FL (2016)
Revamp Nation, Creative Loafing, Ybor, FL (2015)
Ringling Underground, featured artist, Ringling Musuem, Sarasota, FL (2015)
CRE Global Citizens Project, Centre Gallery, Tampa, FL (2015)
USF ArtWalk, Contemporary Art Museum walkway, Tampa, FL (2015)
Red Catchers, Oliver Gallery, Tampa, FL (2015)
Down and Dirty Collective, Oliver Gallery, Tampa, FL (2015)
Sunset Music Festival, Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL (2015)
eARTh, Centre Gallery, Tampa, FL (2014)
Backbone, Oliver Gallery, Tampa, FL (2014)
38th- 40th Annual Juried  Exhibition, William and Nancy Oliver Gallery, Tampa, FL (2013-2015)

Awards and Publications:
​Published by united nations tampa bay chapter on gender equality: 2017
​accepted into the Lancaster permanent collection: 2017

Published on "I love the burg:" 2017
John l. Smith award: 2017
​published on creative pineallas: 2017
​1st Place Frank and Ellen Daveler Entrepreneurship Award: 2016-2017
Featured Artist in Research in Arts Colloqium: 2016-2017
Recipient of Art Talent Scholarship, USF College of the Arts: 2012- 2017
Medallion Scholar: 2012- 2017
1st Place in 3-D Printed sculpture competition, sponsored & judged by the Dali Museum: 2016
Aired on Daytime television talk show to discuss personal art work: 2016
Published on University of South Florida web page as artist feature: 2016
Advanced Research in Arts Scholar awards and scholarship, University of South Florida: 2016
Editor’s Choice for Engineering Instructables: 2015
Published in Oracle: 2015
Published on John and Mable Ringling Museum’s website: 2014
1st place in Backbone juried exhibition: 2014
Published in Gingergiant for Miss Placed: 2014
Published on SarasotaVisualArt.com: 2014
Featured Exhibiting Artist: Student Juried Exhibition: 2014, 2015, 2016
Engineering Expo finalist, USF: 2014
Published in Sun Newspaper: 2012
Voted Most Creative, charlotte county: 2012
1st Place Public Chalk Art: 2010- 2012