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 MFA, The University of the Arts
BFA, University of North Carolina At Greensboro
Julianna Foster lives in Philadelphia and teaches at The University of the Arts, Photography Program and MFA Book Arts and Printmaking Department, where she received her MFA in 2006. Foster was an artist member of Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia from 2006 -2013, where she had four solo exhibitions, From Morning On, Kirkwood, Swell and most recently a three person exhibit titled Relic. She has also participated in Vox group exhibitions in New Orleans, London and New York. In addition to her individual ventures, over the years she has collaborated with various artists on projects that include creating artist multiples, artist books and series of photographs and video.

Foster received a Faculty Professional Development Grant from the Pre-College Programs to attend classes at International Center for Photography and was a recipient of the Faculty Enrichment grant awards in 2010, 2012 and 2013 from The University of the Arts. Exhibitions in Philadelphia include, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Painted Bride Art Center, Salt Gallery, Abington Art Center, Gravy Studio and Gallery and Rosenwald Wolf Gallery. Other exhibitions include, Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, Lancaster, PA; Front Gallery, New Orleans, LA, Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, OR, Landing Place, Manfesta 8, Murcia, Spain and X-Initiative, No Sale for Sale, A festival for Independents in London.

Other projects include, work in Conveyor Magazine, Dark Matter Issue December 2012 and Proof Magazine Photo Essay and article Spring 2013,her work will also be included in the next issue of Good Game and was a summer 2014 Artist in Residence at the Philadelphia Photo Art Center. Foster has participated in international group exhibitions in England, Romania, Spain and most recently Korea and Bulgaria.