Julianne Morse, Grants Coordinator for Heritage & Traditional Arts
Julianne Morse brings a wide range of experience and skills in folkore, cultural studies, art history, arts administration, education, and graphic design to her position as the Heritage & Traditional Arts Coordinator for the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. Her responsibilities include overseeing grants, fieldwork, research, special initiatives, and professional development for the Heritage & Traditional Arts program. She also does in-house graphic design, web maintenance, technical support, and is a member of the Percent for Art team.
Prior to joining the NH State Council on the Arts Julianne was an adjunct lecturer for the New Hampshire Institute of Art and Southern New Hampshire University teaching classes in the Bachelors of Fine Arts, Masters of Fine Arts, Masters of Arts Education, and Community Education Programs. As a freelance contractor, Julianne has worked with non-profit community organizations teaching and leading workshops, developing curriculum, and advising on evaluation.
A New Hampshire native, Julianne earned her Masters of Fine Arts in Printmaking and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Cultural Studies from Stony Brook University, New York. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History and one in Studio Art both from Marist College, New York.
Julianne continues to make prints, handmade paper, and mixed media artworks in addition to the many artistic hobbies she enjoys including ceramics, stained glass, knitting, sewing, home-improvement experiments, and gardening. She is an avid runner and lives in Bristol with her husband Jeremy, cat, rabbit, chickens, and turkey.
September 18, 2014