Contact
juliaannegoodman@gmail.com

Bio
Julia Goodman is a San Francisco based artist and is currently a 2014-2015 Visiting Lecturer in the Interdisciplinary MFA Program in Book and Paper at Columbia College in Chicago. She received her BA in International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies at Tufts University in 2001. While taking art classes at Santa Monica College, Goodman began making paper in her backyard in 2003 and completed her Master's in Fine Arts at the California College of the Arts in May 2009.

Goodman has exhibited over the past decade across the United States, including shows at the San Jose Museum of Art, Intersection for the Arts, Rena Bransten Gallery, Columbia College and Machine Project. Her work has appeared in Open Space (SFMOMA Blog), the San Francisco Chronicle, ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, and In The Make. Recent residencies include the JB Blunk Residency, The Lost Coast Culture and Recology SF. In 2014, recent exhibitions include Berkeley Central Arts Passageway (through Kala Art Institute) and David Brower Center.

CV

Solo/Two Person Projects and Exhibitions
2013
Skinscapes, Lost Coast Culture Machine, Fort Bragg, CA
Well Worn, w/ Drew Cameron of Combat Paper, Z Space, San Francisco, CA
Rag Sorters and Star Gazers, Recology Artist in Residence, San Francisco, CA

2012
A Different Kind of Warmth, The Present Group #20, Oakland, CA
Radicle Papyrus, 18 Reasons, San Francisco, CA

2011
Transparent Substrate, w/ Scott Cazan, Richmond Arts Center, Richmond, CA
Everything is Always Moving, Performance Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
Transparent Substrate, w/ Scott Cazan, 18 Reasons, San Francisco, CA

2010
Transparent Substrate, w/ Scott Cazan, Machine Project, Los Angeles, CA
Mass Ventriloquism, w/ Brindalyn Webster,
Gothenburg Museum of Natural History, Gothenburg, Sweden
Navigating Blindly, Stellina’s and Blunk Residency, Pt. Reyes Station, CA

Selected Group Exhibitions
2014
Reimagining Progress: Consumption, Consumerism, and Alternative Economies, David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA
Belewe, Berkeley Central Arts Passageway (Kala Art Institute), Berkeley, CA
Wabi Sabi, AlterSpace, San Francisco, CA
Social Paper, Center for Book & Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
The Tyranny of Good Taste, Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City, MO

2013
The Tyranny of Good Taste, The Glass Curtain Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Around the Table: Food, Creativity, Community, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
Reduce, Reuse, Re-imagine, de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara, CA
Edible Ephemera, Root Division, San Francisco, CA
Parade: Annual Art Auction, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
Space Time, Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA
Product’s By-Product, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

2012
Reading Room, MicroClimate Collective and Root Division, San Francisco, CA
How We Leave and Return: Intersections of Art and History, Angel Island, CA
In Other Words, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

2011
35th Anniversary Exhibition, Dieu Donne, New York, New York
Visiting Artist Exhibition, The Richmond Arts Center, Richmond, CA
Green Works, Project 4, Washington DC
Pure Paper, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2010
Innovations in Contemporary Craft, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
Juried Annual 2010, ProArts, Oakland, CA (Selections by Paola Santoscoy)
Spatium Sets, UCSB Gallery 479, Santa Barbara, CA
Anniversary Exhibition, Dieu Donne, New York, NY
Entanglements, College of Marin Fine Art Gallery, Kentfield, CA
JB Blunk Residency Group Show, Triple Base, San Francisco, CA

2009
Flamenco and Frog Legs, Lincart, San Francisco, CA
ReConsidered, ArtSpace 404, Santa Rosa, CA
Smart Art Competition, Lincart and Adventure Ecology, San Francisco, CA
(Selections by Betti-Sue Hertz, Deborah Munk and John Zarobell)
MFA Exhibition, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Juried Annual 2009, ProArts, Oakland, CA (Selections by Ali Subotnik)
Sweet and Matchless, PlaySpace Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2008
Collections, PlaySpace Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Textiles: Crossing the Line CCA Oliver Arts Center, Oakland, CA
30 Under 30 Varnish Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Distributed Exhibition, San Jose ICA, San Jose, CA
From Memory to Invention, PlaySpace Gallery, San Francisco, CA
The California Show, Fort Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2007
Fabrication, CCA North/South Gallery, Oakland, CA
Down to Earth, Create:Fixate, Los Angeles, CA

2004
SMC Mentor Alumni Show, Pete and Susan Barret Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Open National Exhibition, Long Beach Arts, Long Beach, CA
Smaller Than My Foot, Sea Level Records, Los Angeles, CA
Available Space, Santa Monica College, Pete and Susan Barret Gallery
Dennis Wade Knows Good Art, Basewerks, Los Angeles, CA
Garden 2004, Highways Performance Art Space, Santa Monica, CA
Reactions: A Conversation on War, Creativity Center, Santa Monica, CA

Awards and Residencies

2013
San Francisco Art Award Semi Finalist, Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco, CA
Artist in Residence, Lost Coast Culture Machine, Fort Bragg, CA

2012
Artist in Residence, Recology, San Francisco, CA
Artist in Residence, Georgia Tech Research Institute, Kona, Hawaii
SECA Award Nominee, Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

2009
Studio Internship, Dieu Donne Paper Mill, New York City, New York
Gordon Onslow Ford Scholarship, Lucid Art Foundation, Inverness, CA
J.B. Blunk Artist in Residence, Inverness, CA
2nd Place Smart Art Competition, San Francisco, CA
(Juried by Betti-Sue Hertz, Deborah Munk and John Zarobell)
Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship Nominee, CCA
(Juried by Lance Fung and Apsara DiQuinzio)

2007 and 2008
Lowenthal Scholarship, CCA

2004
2nd Place, Long Beach Arts Open National Exhibition

2003
Santa Monica College Mentor Program

2001
Donald A. Cowdrey Memorial Scholarship, Tufts University
Presidential Award for Citizenship and Public Service, Tufts University

Teaching Experience
2014 - 2015, Visiting Lecturer, Interdisciplinary MFA Program in Book and Paper at Columbia College in Chicago
2013 - ongoing, Substitute Teacher, Creativity Explored
2012- ongoing, Workshop Instructor, San Francisco Center for the Book
2011- ongoing, Graduate Independent Study Advisor, CCA MFA Program
2013Teaching Assistant for Sasha Duerr's "Bio Dye Verse", Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinberg, TN
2011Workshop Instructor, The Richmond Arts Center
2009 Teaching Assistant, Fiber Sculpture, CCA Textiles Program
2008- 9 Mentor, Freshman Honor’s Program, CCA First Year Program
2008 Teaching Assistant, Dialogues and Practices, CCA MFA Program
2004-7 Teacher, Hollywood Adult Education & Work Center, Los Angeles, CA

Selected Visiting Artist Lectures and Workshops
2014
INTUIT, The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago IL
San Jose Children's Discovery Museum, San Jose, CA
Art Docents Program, Los Gatos, CA

2013
Textiles Senior Project, CCA Textiles Program, Oakland, CA
Lost Coast Culture Machine, Fort Bragg, CA

2012
Chromophilia, CCA MFA Program, San Francisco, CA
Topophilia, CCA MFA Program, San Francisco, CA,
From Soil to Studio, CCA Textiles Program, Oakland, CA
CCA Interdisciplinary Program, San Francisco, CA
Sculpture Seminar, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Dinner Conversation with Peter Jacobsen, 18 Reasons, San Francisco, CA

2011
The Richmond Arts Center, Richmond, CA
Graduate Seminar, SF State MFA Program, San Francisco, CA
Graduate Seminar, CCA Textiles Program, San Francisco, CA
Interdisciplinary Critique, CCA Interdisciplinary Program, San Francisco, CA

2010
Dork Club, San Francisco, CA
Topophilia, CCA MFA Program, San Francisco, CA,
CSU Chico MFA Program, Chico, California
Soil to Studio, CCA Textiles Program, San Francisco, CA,

2009
Fiber Sculpture, College of Marin Sculpture Department, Kentfield, CA,
Bullet Proof Vest, CCA Textiles Program, San Francisco, CA
Introduction to Sculpture, CCA Sculpture Program, San Francisco, CA

2008
CCA Textiles Program, San Francisco, CA, Senior Projects

Selected Publications and Press

2013
ISLE, Materials Reimagined: An Interview with Julia Goodman about the Recology SF “Artist in Residence Program” by Christopher Blood
The Aphorists, Episode #8: At the Dump with Jeff Hantman and Julia
Goodman
by Jesse Houlding and Anthony Ryan
San Francisco Chronicle, Art at the Dump: Artists in Residence by Nirmala Nataraj

2012
The Present Group, Julia Goodman: Overlap by Bean Gilsdorf
Open Space (SFMOMA Blog), Paper Trail: Following Julia Goodman by Tirza True Latimer
San Francisco Chronicle, ‘In Other Words’: Art about language, technology by Nirmala Nataraj

2011
In The Make, Studio Visit by Klea McKenna and Nikki Grattan
San Francisco Chronicle, “Everything is Always Moving” Through April 30 by Mary Eisenhart
Dork Club Blog, Transparent Substrate: Beet Papyrus by Leah Johnston
Art Practical, Pure Paper by Cherie Louise Turner

2010
East Bay Express, How Things Are: Juried Annual 2011 by DeWitt Cheng
24700: News from CalArts, Well-Oiled Machine: A Q&A with Machine Project’s Mark Allen by Paul Fraser

2009
FiberScene.com, MFA Grad Show Selections 2009
Green Horse Press , (Re)Considered, Exhibition Catalog
Sundance Channel, David de Rothschild’s Adventure Ecology hosts SMART Art competition
Shotgun Review, 2009 CCA MFA Exhibition by Lani Asher
Open Space (SFMOMA Blog), Action, Ritual, and Ephemerality: Julia Goodman and the (de)Appropriation Wall by Adrienne Skye Roberts
San Francisco Gate, X-ray Vision Through Art by JD Beltran

2008
San Francisco Magazine, Art in Plain View by Jonathan Keats

2005
Santa Monica College Press, Available Space, Exhibition Catalog

Education
MFA, California College of the Arts 2009
Santa Monica College, Studio Arts focus 2004-7
BA, Tufts University in International Relations
and Peace & Justice Studies 2001
School for International Training, Valparaiso Chile 1999