Julia Galloway

Selected Resume
Complete Curriculum Vitae

School of Visual and Media Arts, College of Arts and Media, University of Montana
32 Campus Drive FA 205, Missoula, Montana 59812
cell: 585 368 8096 email: julia.galloway@umontana.edu

Solo Exhibitions

The Endangered Species Project: New York – The Clay Arts Center, Port Chester, NY
Pennsylvania Looking Around: Commemorative Plates – the Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PN
The Endangered Species Project: New England – Office of the Arts, Harvard University, Allston, MA
Often I am Permitted to Return to the Meadow – Radius Gallery, Missoula, MT (with Stephanie Frostad)
The Endangered Species Project: Pennsylvania (Ten) – Nevica Project Gallery, Standard Ceramics. NCECA Pittsburg, PA
The Endangered Species Project: New Mexico – The Blue Dome Gallery in conjunction with Clay Week, Silver City, NM
Sonnets – Radius Gallery, Missoula, MT (with painter Stephanie Frostad)
Dreaming and Daily Life – AKAR Gallery, Iowa City, IA
A Very Very Very Fine House – Schaller Gallery, Schaller Gallery, Saint Joseph, MI
Recent Work – Matt Burton Gallery, Surf City, NJ
Dwell – Trax Gallery, Berkley, CA
New Work – Harvey Meadows Gallery, Aspen, CO
Julia Galloway – Workhouse Arts Center, Norton, VA
The Place it is Where We Call Home – Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, Great Falls, MT
Still Life / Taking – AKAR Gallery, Iowa City, IW
Still Life & Sanctuary” – Ester & Jon Clay Fine Arts Gallery, Laramie County Community College, Cheyenne, WY
New Work – Kolva Sullivan Gallery, Spokane, WA
New Work – Clay Mix Gallery, Workshop, Fresno, CA
Sky Vault – The Clay Studio, Missoula, MT
Dreaming from Garden to Sky – Harvey Meadows Gallery, Aspen, CO
Searching for Skyline – Turman Larson Gallery, Helena, MT
New Work – Trax Gallery, Berkeley, CA

Professional Activities

National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts (NCECA), 2017-ongoing, Director at Large
AccessCeramics, 2017-ongoing Curatorial Board Member, Portland OR
Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, 2010-present Board of Directors, Helena, MT
Interim Director (summer) 2015, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 2001-2009, Executive Board Member, Deer Isle, ME

Grants and Fellowships

United States Artist, $50,000 unrestricted fellowship
CRU Faculty Appreciation Award, University of Montana, Missoula, MT
Faculty Appreciation Award from Student Affairs, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT
Faculty Development Grant: Annual Faculty Support grant, School for American Crafts, RIT. Rochester, NY

Website Service

Website: “Random Acts of Clay
Website of student’s projects bringing ceramics into the local Missoula Community, or bringing the community into the ceramics studio on the University campus.
Website: “The Library of Cups
Website is a record of my extensive cup collection and a brief critique of each vessel. It is designed to help students realize content in pottery and develop critical thinking skills.
Website: “Montana Clay
Website represents the comprehensive ceramic artist living in Montana and the resources for collectors and visitors when they visit or move to the state
Website: “The Field Guide for Ceramics Artisans
Educational website to help students transition from school to a professional studio practice upon graduating. This vast site includes everything from student loans, to buying used equipment, to communicating with galleries professionally
Website: “Making History
Educational support website that accompanies teaching the History of Pottery.


2009 – present, Professor, School of Visual and Media Art
2009 – 2014, Director & Professor, School of Art
College of Visual and Performing Arts, University of Montana, Missoula, MT
2005 – 2009, Chair, School for American Crafts
1999 – 2009, Associate Professor, School for American Crafts, Ceramics Department
College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY


University of Colorado at Boulder, M.F.A. – 1995
New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, B.F.A. – 1988


Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC
Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, Helena, MT
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Ceramics Research Center, Arizona State Art Museum, Tempe, AZ
The Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY
The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
The Dinnerware Museum, Ann Arbor, MI
The Long Beach Art Museum, Long Beach, CA
The Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art – Alfred University, Alfred NY

Professional Service

Juror: Emerging Artist, National Council for the Education of the Ceramic Arts (NCECA)
Juror: Dish – Annual International Exhibition, Medalta Historic Clay District, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
Student Critique Mentor, NCECA, The Convention Center, (2017-2012)
Juror: Bowls, Guilford Arts Center, Guilford, CT
Juror: Kansas Artist Craftsman Association Conference, Exhibition – Hesston College, Hesston KS
Juror: Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics Competition, Zanesville, OH
Juror: Artist in Residence Program, Gallery One Visual Arts Center, Ellensburg, WA
Juror: Redmond Studio WCA Show and Sale, Redmond, WA
Juror: DelecTABLE: The Fine Art of Dining-Second Biennial Juried Exhibition of Functional Ceramics, the Arts Students League of Denver, Denver, CO

Publications: Book

100 Artist 1000 Cups, Naomi Clearly & Pete Pinell, Kirkwood Printing 2016
Mastering the Potters Wheel, by Ben Carter, Voyageur Press 2016
Graphic Clay, by Jason Bige Burnett, Lark/Sterling Publishing 2015
American iPottery, by Kevin Hulch Digital ibook edition 2014
Craft in America: Celebrating Two Centuries of Artist and Objects, by Jo Lauria and
Steve Fenton, Random House 2007
The Ceramic Surface, by Matthias Osterman, A & C Black Publishing 2002
Ceramics: Mastering the Craft, by Richard Zakin, Kranse Publishing 2001
The Ceramic Continuum: fifty years of the Archie Bray Influence, by Chere Jiusto, Janet Koplos and Patricia Failing, the Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT 2001
The Art of Contemporary Pottery, by Kevin Hulch, Krause Publication 2001
The Ceramic Spectrum, by Robin Hopper, Krause Publications
Pots in the Kitchen, by Josie Walter, Crowood Press
500 Vases – Contemporary Explorations of a Timeless Form, by Ray Hemachandra and Julia Galloway (juror), Lark Books
A complete Guide to mid-range Glazes, by John Britt, Lark Books Publication
GLAZE – the ultimate Ceramics Artist Guide to Glazes and Color, by Brian Taylor and Kate Doody, Barron Publishers


“Julia Galloway” Montana’s Voice for Clay” The Big Sky Journal Summer 2018
“Ceramics made of Montana” Distinctly Montana, Fall 2018
“The Place it is that we call home”, Ceramics: Art & Perception, Spring 2016 by Robert Silverman
“Vessel, Vault and Sky”, Ceramics Monthly, March 2015, by Glen Brown, Cover image and main article
“Versatile cone 6 Glazes”, Ceramics Monthly, March 2015 Technical Article

Group Exhibitions

Across the Divide – Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT
Alabama Clay – Jacksonville State University Gallery, Jacksonville AL
Art Stream Nomadic Gallery:
-University of Wisconsin, River Falls WI
-Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN
-Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE
Clay Currents – Ulrich Museum of Art, Whichita, KS
Michigan Ceramic Art Association Exhibition – Detroit, MI

Lectures and Workshops

Keynote Speak for Education Think Tank – Arrowmont Center for the Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN
92 Street Y – Globalization and Sustainability – the Future of Ceramics, New York, NY
Alabama Clay Conference – Demonstrator, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL
Radius Gallery – Gallery talk in conjunction with exhibition, Missoula, MT
Lee Arts Center – Two Day workshop and Lecture,
Office of the Arts, Harvard University – Two day demonstration and lecture, Allston, MA
Cornell Studios – Two day workshop and Lecture, Dayton, Ohio
Clay Arts Center – Workshop in conjunction with Exhibition, Port Chester, NY
The Clay Studio – Workshop, in conjunction with exhibition, Philadelphia, PN
Stamford Museum & Nature Center – Guest Lecture, Stamford, CT
Keynote Speaker for Michigan Mud Conference, Oakland Community College, Auburn Hills, MI