JULIA EDITH RIGBY
UC Davis, M.F.A. (matriculating September 2018; graduating June 2020).
2017 Ideas from the History of Graphic Design, California Institute of the Arts (online via Coursera), Course Certificate.
Modern Art and Ideas, MoMA (online via Coursera), Course Certificate.
2012 Scripps College, BA, self-designed major in Environmental Writing, Honors, magna cum laude, Claremont, CA.
2018 Arts for Justice, Genesis Cultural Center, Paris
The Wildlife in Our Surrounds: Art in Public Spaces, Marin County Free Library, Point Reyes Station, CA
Postcards from the Edge, Gallery 524, New York, NY
Artists’ Annual, Kala Art Institute Gallery, Berkeley, CA
Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice, Arena 1 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2017 Home-land, Galerie Sehnsucht, The Netherlands
Oakland Print Fair, Flax Art and Design, Oakland, CA
Point Reyes Open Studios, Ink.Paper.Plate Studio, Point Reyes Station, CA
Last Call, Griffin Maps/Print Alley, Petaluma, CA
Flora and Faura, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Tidal Response, Petaluma Arts Center, Petaluma, CA
POP! The Power of Printmaking, Healdsburg Center for the Arts, Healdsburg, CA
Graphically Observed, Isabelle Percy West Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
Nasty Woman, Omi Gallery-Impact Hub, Oakland, CA
Southern Graphics Council International Member Exhibition, Atlanta, GA
Show Some Love, Griffin Maps/Prints Alley, Petaluma, CA
Snap!, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Art Around Town, Petaluma Valley Hospital, Petaluma, CA
2016 Inverness Almanac Retrospective, Gallery Route One, Point Reyes Station, CA
ProXhibition, Griffin Maps/Prints Alley, Petaluma, CA
Point Reyes Open Studios, Ink.Paper.Plate Studio, Point Reyes Station, CA
Chrysalis Studio Group Show, SOMArts, San Francisco, CA
O+ Festival, Griffin Maps/Prints Alley, Petaluma, CA
What a Relief, Ink.Paper.Plate Studio, Point Reyes Station, CA
Land(ing) Art, Rivertown Revival Sculpture Walk, Petaluma, CA2015 New Works, Skulduggerie Gallery, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
2018 Home-land (Galerie Sehnsucht)
Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice (Women’s Caucus for Art)
2017 Grist Magazine
Graphic Impressions (summer)
Flora and Fauna (Arc Gallery)
West Marin Review (Volume 8)
Graphic Impressions (winter)
2016 Graphic Impressions (fall)
Inverness Almanac (Volume 4)
West Marin Review (Volume 7)
2018 Scuola Internazionale di Grafica di Venezia, Venice, Italy
2017 Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA
Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts, Saratoga, WY
2018 Graduate Teaching Assistant Fellowship, awarded by UC Davis Department of Art and Art History
2012 Departmental Thesis Award, Scripps College
magna cum laude, Scripps College
Honors Thesis, Scripps College
Honors in First Major, Scripps College
2011 Fellow, Scripps College Humanities Institute, Scripps College
Dean’s List, Scripps College
2018 Kulusuk School mural (second mural to be completed Aug 2018), Kulusuk, Greenland
2016 Walker Creek Outdoor School mural, Petaluma, CA
O+ Festival mural, Petaluma, CA
2015 Kulusuk School mural, Kulusuk, Greenland
Freezer Hostel/Theater/Cultural Center mural, Rif, Iceland
2018 Donating a second mural to Kulusuk School in Kulusuk, Greeland (upcoming, August 2018).
Contributed original artwork to Arts for Justice, an exhibition in Paris, with proceeds supporting Arts for Justice’s mission in raising awareness about human trafficking.
Contributed original artwork to the Every Child Outdoors Foundation Annual Benefit. All proceeds from sold artwork went to support the foundation’s mission in providing access to outdoor education and procuring scholarship funds for local schools to attend the Santa Cruz County Office of Education’s Outdoor Science School.
Contributed original artwork to the Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA) Annual Conference Auction, with proceeds supporting the work of the WCA in creating community through art, activism and education (February 2018).
Contributed original artwork to Postcards from the Edge, an exhibition at Gallery 524 in New York. All proceeds from the exhibition went to support Visual AIDS, a New York-based contemporary arts organization which raises AIDS awareness, creates dialogue around HIV/AIDS issues, and assists artists living with HIV/AIDS (January 2018).
2017 Contributed original artwork to Outward Bound Adventure’s annual auction in San Marino, CA. All proceeds from artwork sales went to support Outward Bound Adventures in engaging underserved urban youth in meaningful nature-based experiences (November).
Contributed artwork to the Nasty Women exhibition in at the Omi-Gallery Impact Hub in Oakland, CA. All proceeds from artwork sales were donated to Planned Parenthood (April).
Created posters from original art for participants in the Women’s March on Washington in Orange County, CA (January).
2016 Donated an original mural to the city of Petaluma for the O+ Festival, which raised awareness about healthcare opportunities for underserved communities of artists and facilitated connections between artists and wellness services (October)
2015 Donated an original mural to Kulusuk school in Kulusuk, Greenland (August).
Donated an original mural to the Freezer Hostel/Theatre/Cultural Center in Rif, Iceland (July).
2018 Graduate Teaching Assistantship, UC Davis (upcoming, September 2018).
“Printmaking in Point Reyes: An Introductory Workshop to Linocut Printmaking”, Facilitator, Point Reyes Field Institute, Point Reyes National Seashore, CA (upcoming, September 2018).
Mural painting workshop (teaching painting to local youth), Kulusuk, Greenland (upcoming, August 2018).
2017 “Introduction to Large-Scale Hand Printing”, Co-Facilitator, Ink.Paper.Plate Shop/Studio, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Workshop assistant at Ink.Paper.Plate Studio, a printmaking studio in Point Reyes Station, CA. Experience facilitating a workshop series in watercolor painting and biological illustration. Experience assisting with weekly figure drawing sessions, as well as workshops and events for West Marin Workshop for the Arts, which focuses on community arts education.
Naturalist educator at Walker Creek Ranch, an outdoor school in Petaluma, California. Experience designing and implementing nature-based lesson plans for 5th and 6th grade students, teaching Next Generation Science Standards, assessing and responding to student needs, and facilitating outdoor learning experiences in the arts and sciences. Experience working with older college students as well, occasionally leading nature-based experiences for UC Berkeley’s International House.
2013 Teaching assistant at QSI International School of Bratislava, Slovakia.
2016 Assisted with and participated in a weekly Figure Drawing Workshop at Ink. Paper.Plate Studio, Point Reyes Station, CA
Freelance artist with experience painting murals for towns and schools in Iceland, Greenland, California, Illinois, and Wyoming. Experience in traditional sign-painting and lettering. Commissioned artist for the 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014 catalog cover and the 2015 newsletter cover for Acorn Naturalists, an environmental education company. Commissioned curriculum design and illustrative work for biological field guides to aquatic macroinvertebrates, bird and mammal skulls, and mammal scat and tracks for Acorn Naturalists.
Commissioned by The Acorn Group (an interpretive planning and design firm) to develop artwork for plant identification signage and interpretive panels for the Charleston Retention Basin and Habitat Improvement Project for Google; commissioned artwork for print media in interpretive centers such as the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center (The Acorn Group/Hayward Park and Recreation District); commissioned illustrations for instructional units for Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, one of only two contiguously operating historic steam locomotive roundhouse and shop complexes remaining in the United States (The Acorn Group/California State Parks); commissioned biological and natural history illustrations, drawings and paintings for the Acorn Group, Tustin California. Additional experience: carpentry, fence-building, farming, livestock care, and retail customer service.
Northern California Women's Caucus for Art (NCWCA)
Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA)
International Women’s Caucus for art (WCA)
Eco-Art Caucus (WCA)
California Society of Printmakers (CSP)
Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI)