Julie Adler

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Day Job, 2015 Oil On Canvas 48 X 36" © ©Julie Adler 2016
Strike Up the Band, 2015 Oil On Canvas 48 X 36" © ©Julie Adler 2016
Vacant Masses #1, 2011 Oil On Canvas 16x20" © ©2018 Julie Adler
Vacant Masses #14, 2016 Oil On Canvas 16x20 © ©2018 Julie Adler
Dynasty, 2016 Oil On Canvass 24 X 24" © ©2016 Julie Adler
untitled triptych, 2016 Oil On Canvas 24x24" Each © ©2018 Julie Adler
excerpt image from 'Braidballs' , 2012 Digital Photo © ©2018 Julie Adler
untitled drawing, 2015 Pencil On Paper 8x10 © ©JulieAdler 2018
untitled drawing, 2015 Pencil On Paper 8x10 © ©julieadler2018
Pink Mouth 1, 2007 Acrylic And Pastel On Paper 14 X 11 Inches © Julie Adler
Pink Mouth 2, 2007 Acrylic And Pastel On Paper 14 X 11 Inches © Julie Adler
mouth 1, 2007 Acrylic And Pastel On Paper 16 X 20 Inches © Julie Adler
mouth 2, 2007 Acrylic And Pastel On Paper 16 X 20 Inches © Julie Adler
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CalArts (California Institute of the Arts), 1999, MFA
École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris, 1995, residency
The Cooper Union, 1996, BFA
University of California Berkeley, 1984, BA
voice realism, union, cooper, Painter, music, calarts, new-media, composer installation performance, figurative, exhibition/performance

Julie Adler is a visual and performance artist who uses a multitude of mediums including painting and drawing, music (composition and voice), installation, and video. She holds an MFA in Visual Arts and Music (voice) from California Institute of the Arts and BFA from Cooper Union in New York. She also did a residency in Paris at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts, in the atelier of Annette Messager and with additional guidance from artist Mona Hatoum. As a performance artist, Julie has created and performed numerous works which include: ‘Nothing Is Broken’, a portable mini-opera for two premiered at REDCAT, Of its W(h)OL(e)ynessInbedded’, and large-scale interdisciplinary theatre piece, Philomela, based upon the Greek myth (as told by Ovid in ‘Metamorphoses’). Projects have been presented at REDCAT, Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Fullerton, Side Street Projects, Armory Center for the Arts as well as such LA based performance staples as Highways and Beyond Baroque. e

She has also collaborated with other performing artists – musically scoring theatrical works to choreography, and participating in recitals, concerts and operas, from California to Australia. For a few years, Julie also co-produced (with multi-media artist Jacki Apple) ‘EARJAM’, a Los Angeles based new music festival that included most of LA’s experimental music community, and she created ‘Vocal Lounge’, a monthly music/vocal series as well. In addition to her performance practice, Julie has created a growing body of paintings and drawings which have been exhibited at such places as The Situation Room, Suzanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, JAUS and Campbell Hall Gallery.  Her paintings have been featured in VICE Magazineand she is the recipient of a Vermont Studio Center fellowship and was a featured artist-in-residence at Campbell Hall School in Los Angeles.


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