Jessica Jane Julius
CURRENTLY ON VIEW- is the installation "Static" at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, in the exhibition "Craft Spoken Here" curated by Elisabeth Agro.

Jessica Jane Julius, currently located in Philadelphia, is Adjunct Professor at Tyler School of Art with a private studio in South Philadelphia. She is the co-founder and active member of the artist collective and performance group The Burnt Asphalt Family. Her work combines unique combinations of art and science vocabularies and material investigations in an attempt to create a site for investigation of classification, truth, and identity. She received a MFA in glass from Rochester Institute of Technology and a BFA in glass from Tyler school of Art in Philadelphia. She has taught as Interim Head of Glass at The University of the Arts, Adjunct Professor at Tyler School of Art, Rochester Institute of Technology, and assisted teaching at Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina, Corning ‘s Studio, New York, The Glass Furnace in Turkey. Jessica’s work has been shown in places including the DCCA, The Visual Studies Workshop in New York, Rutgers University, and Moore College of Art. She has been featured in the New Glass Review in 2001, 2008, 2009, and 2010, received the Emerging Artist Award from the Glass Art Society in 2008, and received CGCA fellowships from Wheaton Arts, NJ in 2007 and 2011