Julia Handschuh
  • Northampton, Ma
  • United States
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What town do you live in?
Northampton
In which disciplines do you work or exhibit?
Drawing, Painting, Photography, Video, Clay, Sculpture, Installation, Performance, Dance
Artist Statement/Bio
Julia Handschuh is an artist and organizer who makes objects, site specific installations and performance. She grew up studying improvisational movement and went on to be confused and intrigued by the world of conceptual art. She draws dismantling buildings, lives in a cabin off the grid, plays in porcelain and paper and travels by bike and hitch. She's trying to learn to articulate how each of these things are improvisational and site-specific in their own right.

She homeschooled for a time, then attended Greenfield Community College, and was award a the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship which allowed her to afford the Museum School and Tufts University. The same foundation that gave her the first scholarship is now funding her to receive a Masters in Performance Studies at NYU.

Julia is creator of Valley Art Share, and former Co -Director of Commonwealth Center for Change. She also works as a freelance designer, art organizer, consultant, web marketer, grant writer, hair cutter & cook .
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At 9:41am on January 11, 2012, Adam Roberts said…

Awesome. I'd love to contribute to the zine, and yes, it sounds like you are the Julia I met on the streets :)

Let me know how I can participate, and good to connect (as someone new to the valley).

-A

adam[dot]c[dot]roberts@gmail.com

At 4:42pm on July 30, 2011, NORTHAMPTON MOVING PLANET PARADE said…
Hi Julia, 
Thanks for your positive response to the parade. I had hoped the C3 artist group might organize an artists contingent. 
Update: I've got the pedal people on board and we are considering how people can relate to the theme. So there might be an important development soon. What do you think of "Funeral for Fossil Fuels". Everyone can dress in black and create acts such as "Death of the Combustion Engine" and "The End of Coal" using pall bearers and sculptural effigies?
Jill 
At 12:40am on July 5, 2010, Bryan James Guyette said…
that's so awesome! congratulations on grad school, i wish i had the patience for college.
At 7:25pm on July 4, 2010, Bryan James Guyette said…
fuck yeah indeed! are you still in northampton? i heard a while back that you were going to ny for school or something like that
At 4:12pm on April 29, 2010, Dr. Sketchy Northampton said…
Thanks Julia! Also, it'll be on the first Friday of every month after June too, same time and place, so there'll be plenty of chances to catch us!
At 8:13pm on February 27, 2010, Charlotte Sullivan said…
Thanks! Do you think I could find it, the tree, at 14 Union St.? Do you have a photo of the tree you could share?

-Charlotte
At 8:12am on November 25, 2009, Marlene Rye said…
Thank you for the compliment on my wall :)
At 10:20am on November 18, 2009, Anna Bayles Arthur said…
At 9:17am on April 11, 2009, Scott Tulay said…
Thanks, Julia!

I added the dimensions and medium. Please come to the opening on April 25th at Wunderarts.

Scott
 
 
 

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