Julia Freeman

M.F.A. (Fibers), University of Washington; B.A. (Studio Art), Roanoke College

Julia is a Seattle based teaching artist who has worked as an instructional assistant in Pre-K and special education classrooms, taught art to elementary students in South Korea, and has been an artist in residence at Coyote Central, a non-profit organization in Seattle. Before arriving at Northwest, Julia was a visiting lecturer at the University of Washington Interdisciplinary Visual Arts program for eight years. She has exhibited work at Foster/White Gallery, SOIL Art Gallery, 4Culture Gallery, Clemson University, Kirkland Arts Center, Richard Hugo House Art and at the Art Factory in Seoul, South Korea. She has been nominated for the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Biennial Competition Award in 2007 and 2010 and was a finalist in the Miami University Young Painters Competitions. She was a member of the artist-run-gallery SOIL and is a visiting instructor in the IVA program at the University of Washington. Three years ago, she opened a curatorial collective gallery in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood called The Alice.

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