Graduate Teaching Assistant
- BFA, Studio Art, University of Alabama, 2012 (photography)
Julie Weber is a graduate teaching assistant in art history. Her major areas of concentration are modern and contemporary art history in the thesis track. In the summer of 2022, she worked as a Havner Curatorial Intern at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art for eight weeks, and has been selected for the year-long Goodrich Internship at the Birmingham Museum of Art, beginning September 1, 2022. At the 2022 27th Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History, Weber’s paper presentation, “The Life and Art of Archibald Motley, Jr.: Before and After Paris,” won third place in the Best Paper Awards.
Julie Weber received the BFA in studio art with a concentration in photography in 2012 from UA, graduating magna cum laude. After working in arts administration for several years, she said that she wants to “work closely with artists, specifically younger, emerging artists, as a museum curator or exhibition designer.”