Dr Julie Bartholomew

Dr Julie Bartholomew is an artist and educator in ceramics, formally Head Ceramics at the Australian National University and University of South Australia. Through her art practice, Julie explores contemporary issues including consumer culture and currently environmentalism.

Julie was awarded a Doctorate of Visual Arts (Sculpture) and has been the recipient of numerous awards including four Australia Council for the Arts Grants, the Tokyo Studio Residency, Australia-China Council Red Gate Residency in Beijing and the Asialink Taiwan Residency. Julie was the winner of the International Gold Coast Ceramics Award in 2006. Her work is held in significant public collections including The National Gallery of Australia, The National Museum of Australia, Shepparton Art Museum, Wollongong City Gallery, Manly Art Gallery and Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan. Julie is represented by Sabbia Gallery, Sydney and Beaver Gallery, Canberra.