julie-fb-new-feb2015Julie Evanoff is a Brooklyn based artist who works in drawing, printmaking, and animation. Her exhibitions include: Ulrike Müller’s Raw/Cooked, The Brooklyn Museum; Collapse, MSU Art Gallery; Julie Evanoff: in between, The Art Institute of Tucson; and Stories real and vividly imagined, Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm, Sweden. She received her MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. She was awarded the Geraldine Dodge Grant from The Women’s Studio Workshop and the Vermont Studio Center. She has taught drawing and animation in NYC public schools with Studio in a School and Art in General, and she teaches a multi-media class at St. Joseph’s University in Brooklyn, NY.

2015 – Workshop981, Julie Evanoff: Planetscapes
2010 – The Gallery At The Art Institute Of Tucson, Julie Evanoff: In Between

2015 – Animation for physics documentary film, The Theory of Everything
2014 – The Visual Arts Center Mississippi State University, Collapse
2013 – Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Brooklyn, NY
2013 – Brooklyn Museum, participating artist in Ulrike Müller’s Raw/Cooked
2012 – The Invisible Dog, If you see nothing say something, Brooklyn, NY
2007 – Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stories real and vividly imagined, Stockholm, Sweden
2006 – Women’s Studio Workshop Gallery, Solo Show, Rosendale, NY
2005 – Albus Cavus, Train Station Mural, New Brunswick, NJ
2005 – Zimmerli Museum, 2K5 Video Festival, New Brunswick, NJ
2005 – City Without Walls, Juried Video Festival, Newark, NJ

2012 – Manhattan Graphics, summer residency award
2006 – Women’s Studio Workshop – Geraldine Dodge Award, Artist Residency
2006 – Vermont Studio Workshop – Geraldine Dodge Award, Artist Residency
2005 – Paul Robeson Emerging Artist Award, Rutgers University

2005 – MFA Visual Art, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ
1997 – BFA Printmaking, University Of Washington, Seattle, WA