A low-residency, intensive year round program providing the conceptual, critical, historical, and practical knowledge needed to sustain a successful studio.

Julianna Foster
Senior Lecturer
BFA, University of North Carolina
MFA, The University of the Arts
Since 2003 Julianna Foster has taught in various departments at the University of the Arts, including MFA Book Arts + Printmaking, Media Arts, Foundation, Fine Arts, Continuing Education and Pre-College programs, and sat on Fulbright and Graduate Thesis committees. She has also been a guest lecturer at Rowan University and Temple University. Foster has been an artist member of Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia since 2006, where she has had three solo exhibitions. In addition to other solo exhibitions she has participated in many group exhibitions. Over the years she has also collaborated with various artists on projects that include creating artist multiples, artist books and series of photographs. In 2010, Foster collaborated with artist and UArts faculty member Lori Spencer on a multi-media project, titled Fair Ophelia, that was funded by a Faculty Enrichment Grant from the University of the Arts. Foster also received a Faculty Professional Development Grant from the Pre-College programs to attend classes at the International Center for Photography. Exhibitions in Philadelphia include Philadelphia Art Alliance, Painted Bride Art Center, Rosenwald Wolf Gallery and, most recently, Wind Challenge 3 at Fleisher Art Memorial. Other recent exhibitions include Bulk, Hanes Fine Art Center, Chapel Hill, NC; Landing Place, Lorca, Spain, and X-Initiative’s No Sale for Sale, A Festival of Independents. Website