Grid, a group exhibition
with Eric William Carroll, Julia Goodman, Michael Light, Klea McKenna and Ansley West Rivers
Euqinom Gallery
February 4 - March 25, 2023

Visiting Artist Lecture Series, Sonoma State University, Sonoma, CA

Conversation with astronomer Isabel Hawkins & Julia Goodman at the Exploratorium, Thursday, January 19, 2023

Recording of Conversation with Jenni Sorkin & Julia Goodman at Euqinom Gallery

I am thrilled to share that Rag Sorters (1964) is now part of the National Museum of Women in the Arts' permanent collection.

Eureka! Creativity in California: Artists of the Golden State
Group exhibition at the California Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, CA
On view through May 3, 202

Headlands Center for the Arts Benefit Art Auction
May 20 - 31, 2022
Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture

Falling apart to hold together / Holding together to fall apart
Solo Show with Euqinom Gallery, San Francisco, CA
November 6, 2021 - January 8, 2022
December 10, 2021, Conversation with Jenni Sorkin & Juila Goodman

Falling apart to hold together / Holding together to fall apart
Reviewed by Jaimie Baron, Square Cylinder

Suspended Matter
Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA
October 30, 2021 – January 15, 2022
Suspended Matter riffs off the scientific definition of a disruption in the environment, such as erosion or flooding during rainfall, that stirs up detritus and objects to create a new composition of matter. The exhibition refracts this concept by inviting four artists — Julia Goodman, Asma Kazmi, Laura Arminda Kingsley, and Jenifer K. Wofford — to examine the sentiments and materiality of these unsettled times. Their works re-evaluate our intimate connections with ourselves, others, and the domestic objects that shape their surroundings.
Curated by Patricia Cariño Valdez
December 17, 2021, Conversation with Jenifer Wofford, Patricia Cariño Valdez & Julia Goodman

Suspended Matter
Reviewed by Jaimie Baron, Berkeleyside

Paper Routes—Women to Watch 2020
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
postponed to October 8, 2020 - January 18, 2021
Paper Routes, the sixth installment of NMWA’s Women to Watch exhibition series, showcases the transformation of paper into complex works of art. Artists use paper not merely as a support for drawings, prints, or photographs, but as a medium itself. Ranging in size from minutely detailed, small-scale works to large, sculptural installations, this exhibition explores artists’ ability to transform paper into a surprising array of shapes and structures. First presented in 2008, Women to Watch is a dynamic collaboration between the museum and its national and international outreach committees.

Online Studio Tour with the National Museum of Women in the Arts
Studio tour with Julia Goodman lead by Virginia Treanor, Associate Curator, National Museum of Women in the Arts.

National Museum of Women in the Arts: The Power of Paper

Online through Intersect Chicago
Conversation featuring NMWA’s Associate Curator Virginia Treanor and Assistant Curator Orin Zahra in conversation with artists Mira Burack, Rachel Farbiarz, Dolores Furtado, Julia Goodman, Annie Lopez and Sa’dia Rehman.

Akimbo (and detail)