Julie Wills is an interdisciplinary artist working in the expanded field of sculpture, including installation, drawing and collage, performance, video and site-specific practices. She holds an MFA from the University of Colorado and an MA in art criticism from the University of Montana. She has been an artist-in-residence at the Jentel Foundation, PLAYA, and the Hambidge Center, among others; has received support for her solo and collaborative work from the Maryland State Arts Council, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts and the Andy Warhol Foundation; and exhibits her work widely. Wills is an Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Washington College in Chestertown, MD. In addition to her individual studio practice, Wills is the founder and director of China Hutch Projects, a domestic project space for contemporary art located inside her home. See more at www.chinahutchprojects.com.