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Shutter Hub Yearbook 2021, online exhibition

Auckland Festival of Photography, Auckland, New Zealand

‘In Manchester, Cotton on Manchester, Saul Hay Gallery, Manchester

Art @ VSAC Exhibition - VSAC 2019, Leuven, Belgium

Shutter Hub ‘Time to Think’ Exhibition, at Festival Pil'Ours, Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France.

Shutter Hub Open 2018 at the Old Truman Brewery, London and Amsterdam.

New Light Art Prize Exhibition promotes Northern Art, supporting both well-known and emerging artists. Opens at The Bowes Museum then tours to Huddersfield Art Gallery, Bankside Gallery, London and Tullie House Museum Carlisle in 2018.

Biography in Cloth   at Milsom Place, Bath. This exhibition brings together work by 18 artists from near and far examining the idea and materiality of cloth. Curated by Carole Waller and Joanna Wright.

Suite at the Horsfall   Suite Studios group art show at The Horsfall, 87 Great Ancoats Street, Manchester.

Access to Art Colleges 2016/17   Residency at University of Chester

AA2A end of residency exhibition, “Residents” at the Forum Shopping Centre, Chester. Displayed work from artists on the 2017 AA2A scheme at University of Chester.

Chester Military Museum Jacket Design Challenge    Chester Military Museum. Redesign of non accessioned jackets from the museum collection. The jacket and three others were chosen to be displayed at Liverpool’s, The Beatles Story Museum, for Armed Forces Day on the 24th June 2017.

LEGACY   Manchester School of Art, Benzie Building, Manchester Metropolitan University, Cavendish Street, Manchester.

HARD FOCUS: The Physicality of Photography   Nightlight Darkroom at Artwork Atelier, Queen Street, Salford

APERTURE: Greater Manchester Media Art Exhibition   University of Salford, Media City, Salford Quays. Video Work.

The Imaginary Museum: Art Library As Archive, Leeds College of Art Vernon Street Library. Curated by Louise Atkinson. Library intervention.

Leeds College of Art Library Intervention pamphlet. Revised edition expected soon.

Moving Textiles - Digital Encounters, Herbert Read Gallery, UCA, Canterbury

A celebration of the diversity in contemporary practice offering us tantalising glimpses of the future.

Access to All Areas   AA2A end of residency exhibition

Displays work from the five artists upon the 2011/12 AA2A scheme at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Oriel Davies Open 2012    Online catalogue of the 38 exhibiting artists in the Oriel Davies Open exhibition and competition 2012. The catalogue includes images and artists statements.

Access to Art Colleges 2011/12  (see early blog posts) Residency at Manchester Metropolitan University. The Whatcombe Bodice    Gallery of Costume, Platt Hall, Manchester. A project to digitally research and re-construct a 17th century bodice.

Access to Art Colleges 2008/09  Residency at Manchester Metropolitan University.  
Julie's AA2A story was selected for AA2A digital publication
'Time and Space - Celebrating 10 years of AA2A schemes' (Page 22)

Travelling Light  a joint collaboration between WW Gallery and Pharos Gallery. The 2009 exhibition opened in London 15th–28th May and in Venice 6th–10th June....

A video discussing Julie’s work shown in the Travelling Light exhibition is featured on the Reframing Photography website   and her work is published in the book

Reframing Photography Theory and Practice by Rebekah Modrak and Bill Anthes (ISBN: 978-0-415-77920-3)

"What Happens Next" Exhibition at PM Gallery. The gallery and Thames Valley University have collaborated on this exhibition of photographic works exploring the photographic sequence, from possibly the first incarnation of such work by Eadweard Muybridge in the late 19th Century, to artists working with the sequence today....Telegraph Review of "What Happens Next?": when time stands still and horses fly. An intriguing new exhibition explores the link between stop-frame photography and cinema. Ruby Russell reports...