Profile Type: Artist
Julia Csekö

Csekö was born in Colorado and grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is currently a Visiting Artist at Emerson College for the Summer of 2020 and has a public mural on view at Winter Place, downtown Boston, commissioned by the Boston Downtown BID, and created in partnership with the Boston Literary District. In 2018 Csekö was invited to the Assets for Artists MassMoCA residency program where she further investigated her multi-disciplinary practice as a sculptor, painter, and performer. She was recently invited for a six months residency at the Umbrella Art Center beginning in September 2020. Csekö moved to Boston, Massachusetts in 2010 to pursue an MFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University.

Her most recent work gravitates around social experiments grounded on a paradigm shift from competitive to collaborative mindset in social actions and interactions. Csekö is the recipient of a 2016 Walter Feldman Fellowship, awarded by the Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston. She divides her time between being a Practicing Artist and an Art Administrator having worked in several cultural organizations and non-profits in New England, including the MFA, ICA, PEM, and Villa Victoria Center for the Arts (IBA).

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  • June 2020

    Visiting Artist

    Invited by Leonie Bradbury, Henry and Lois Foster Chair of Contemporary Art Theory and Practice, Distinguished Curator-in-Residence at Emerson College to create a mural for the campus and speak to the student body about the process during Summer 2020.

  • May 2018

    Arts Program Coordinator

    I created and implemented a visual arts program, resulting in eight multimedia visual arts exhibitions by Latin American and Latinx Artists, working closely with established and emerging visual artists, curators, grantees, performers, and high profile local cultural and learning organizations. I also assisted with programming and daily operations of the lively Performing Arts Program which featured music, theater, and dance. 

  • September 2017

    Community Arts Liaison

    Art Educator and liaison between the United South End Settlements of Boston and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Establishing and maintaining a partnership with educators, families, and students through leading educational activities, professional development sessions, family days and assisting with the production of the Artist Project - where every year an artist is selected to produce a monumental collaborative artwork with the partnering institutions, resulting in an exhibition at MFA's Linde Family Wing.


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Visual Artist
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Primary Discipline: 
Visual/Crafts - Experimental
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Visual/Crafts - Dolls / Soft Sculpture
Visual/Crafts - Fiber
Visual/Crafts - Mixed Media
Visual/Crafts - Painting
Visual/Crafts - Sculpture
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Arts for Social Change / Creative Activism
Community Arts
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Public Art Projects (In Free, Public Spaces)
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