Visiting scholar | Julia Wolkoff
Julia Wolkoff is a Brooklyn-based writer specializing in digital arts publishing. She is currently an Editor at Artsy, where recent projects include an inside look at Westbeth, one of New York City’s last remaining artists’ housing; a profile of Charles Leslie in his “Phallus Palace,” a trove of queer art; and a reexamination of Hilma af Klint as woman, not witch. From 2014 to 2017, she was Assistant Editor at Art in America magazine, where she covered exhibitions, art fairs, and biennials around the world for both the print and online editions. During her tenure, Julia helped redesign the digital strategy for artinamericamagazine.com as well as the magazine's social media properties. She worked to digitize the archives and spearheaded initiatives to manufacture and sell archival artist-designed projects. As Digital Content Coordinator at David Zwirner from 2017 - 2018, Julia developed new digital content initiatives for the gallery's website, online viewing room, email newsletters, and social media channels in addition to producing original podcasts and videos. She has participated in panels presented by Frieze Art Fair, the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts, the New York Academy of Art, and Barnard College. She also serves on the board of the Journal of Art Criticism, an undergraduate publication run by Barnard College students.
Friday, May 24, 2019 at 1:00pm
College Building, room 521
2 College Street, Providence, RI 02903