Julie Chang (artist)
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Julie Chang is a San Francisco based contemporary artist who works primarily with painting and print making. Her work is influenced by textile design and patterns from various European and Asian cultures as well as pop cultural references. Ideas of identity and belonging are thematic throughout Chang's work.
Chang is among five artists chosen to design public art projects for the San Francisco Transbay Transit Authority in conjunction with the San Francisco Arts Commission. The other four artists are James Carpenter, Tim Hawkinson, Jenny Holzer, and Ned Kahn. Julie Chang is represented by Hosfelt Gallery in San Francisco.
- MFA: Stanford University, CA, 2007
- Graduate studies in painting, new genres, San Francisco Art Institute, CA, 2003–2205
- BFA: School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Painting, and Printmaking, Boston, MA, 1999
- BA: Tufts University, MA, 1999
- Painting, Illustration, and Commercial Design, Parsons School of Design, Paris, France, 1998
- 2007: MFA Studio Award, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA
- 2004: Murphy Fine Arts Fellowship, San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco, CA
- 2003: Merit Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute, CA
- 2004: Educator's Incentive Grant, San Francisco Archdiocese, San Francisco, CA