Ecuador

The designer and artist Julie Wolfe visited Ecuador from September 19-27, 2011. During her tour she had the opportunity to share her knowledge and methodologies with artisans in the Ecuadorian Amazon. A group of 15 women participated in a workshop to improve their designs and techniques of jewelry for sale to tourists. This event was made possible by a collaboration with the Foundation DISMOD Sinchi Sacha, and the Fashion Institute of Design and has the support of the Embassy of the United States of America. Ms. Wolfe spent five days with artisans in the Amazon and the program culminated with the socialization of the results of the workshops. The presentation of the processes learned were shown at an event with artists, designers and craftsmen. Another event showcasing the results of the workshop were held at the Museum of Quito Mindalae on September 27, 2011.

"This program is a unique opportunity for cultural exchange. Talented women of the two countries gathered together for the betterment of a craft. The results of this meeting will be visible in art objects that travel from the Ecuadorian Amazon to the world, "said Cultural Affairs Officer Lisa Swenarski.

 


TAKT Artist Residency in Berlin, Germany

The Berlin/TAKT Residency is a 3 month residency in Friedrichshain, East Berlin. It is a program offered to emerging and mid-career artists so that they can explore Berlin, participate in studio critiques, gallery talks and language study while developing a body of work for a group exhibition.


UNESCO Exchange in Andorra

The main objective of the Art camp of Andorra is bringing together around thirty artists coming from 5 continents with the view to promote artistic creation and debate on the importance of the challenge presented by climatic change and all its repercussions on the planetary level as defined by the UNESCO in the framework of the celebration of the Year declared the “International Year of the Planet Earth” (IYPE). The main aim of this year is inducing the whole society to take conscience of the intimate relationship that exists between the Humanity and the Planet Earth. The so-called developed societies presently represent the biggest and fastest “non extraterrestrial factor” that can modify and alter the dynamics of our planet.

 


Dream Sequel Obervatory. 2018

Riso and screen printed book.

Limited edition of 20


Mass MoCA Residency

Mass MoCA Residency

As a resident at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, or Mass MoCA, I had a large studio on the grounds of the museum along with 9 other artists. The program is called Assets For Artists and enables artists to work independently on a proposed project, unlimited access to the museum, programming and career Counseling. During my stay I worked on some large format painted books inspired by the structures in and around the 17th Century mill factory grounds that house the country’s largest contemporary art museum. The elaborate system of bridges, viaducts, tunnels and elevated passageways were the focus of the abstract book works that I constructed.
 


AGA Lab Residency. 2017, 2018

AGA Lab Residency. 2017, 2018

AGA LAB is a creative space and laboratory for crossovers in technique, material and image. Not only for the autonomous art field, but also for the graphic, industrial and textile, digital and social design field. By being a platform, AGA LAB is the practical link between latent ideas and physical end-results – a route of specialisation, immersion and experimentation. For many artists in the graphic art world, AGA LAB is a starting point for their work and stimulates their free range and creative research. AGA LAB expressively searches for the dialogue between artists, designers and other creative professionals on social developments.


Takt Artist Residency. 2016

Takt Artist Residency. 2016

The Residency Program is 3 months of artist critiques, life drawing, artist talks, individual mentoring, Berlin studio visits and a curated group exhibition.


Two Coats of Paint Residency Program. 2017

Two Coats of Paint Residency Program. 2017

In 2015, Two Coats of Paint began a small residency program for artists. The program’s goal is simply to provide a short-term space (up to one week) where artists based outside the NYC area can hang work and have studio visits with curators, other artists, and gallerists. The residency is by invitation only because space is extremely limited.