Julie Evanoff makes drawings, prints, animations, sculptures, and all kinds of other things. She currently lives in Brooklyn, but has lived in many cities across the USA. Her artworks have been included in several exhibitions including: Ulrike Müller’s Raw/Cooked, The Brooklyn Museum; Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Brooklyn, NY; The Tool Book Project, curated by Sarah G. Sharp; Collapse, Mississippi State University; If you see nothing say something, The Invisible Dog, Brookly, NY; 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 at Rutgers University, and her BFA from the University of Washington in Seattle.
Co-Founder/Director of Tri-Tryagain Artist/Maker Space And Residency
From 2016-2021 Julie co-directed a collective studio/shop and residency in Ridgewood, Queens. Along with being an active studio space for several artists and makers, every summer using an open call application, Tri-Tryagain offered four artists free workspace, wood and metal shop lessons, group studio visits, and community for 8 weeks.