Director of Exhibitions Julie Poitras Santos to give artist lecture on July 21 at 4:30pm

Julie Poitras Santos, Chronicle of Mud, 19:30 min. single channel video (video still), 2018.

On Thursday, July 21 (4:30 - 6:00pm), join our Director of Exhibitions Julie Poitras Santos for a Summer Lecture Series event hosted by the Low-Residency MFA program at MassArt. The event is open to the public in person in the Kennedy 280 room at MassArt or through Zoom.

Artist, writer, and curator Poitras Santos has a site-specific practice that includes video, installation, texts, and public projects that include a walking component. As a curator, her work is interdisciplinary and community-focused, bringing artworks and people together in dialogue.

Poitras Santos’ artwork has been exhibited at the Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA) Extended, Sweden; Portland Museum of Art, ME; Queens Museum, NY; Bates College Museum of Art; Center for Maine Contemporary Art; Karlskrona Konsthall, Sweden; Centre for Contemporary Culture, Barcelona, Spain; Reykjanesbaer Art Museum, Iceland; and at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, CO, among others. Her writing has been published in numerous exhibition publications, as well as the Brooklyn RailLeonardo: MIT PressPAJ: A Journal of Performance and ArtThe ChartThe Café Review, and Living Maps Review.

Poitras Santos has taught visual art since 1995, serving as a professor of Studio Art in our MFA program since 2010 before taking on her current role in the ICA in 2019.

Join Julie on Zoom