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Arts & Climate Initiative
Julia is the Artistic Producer of Arts & Climate Initiative, where she produces live events (including CCTA) and contributes to the artistic vision of the organization. Arts & Climate Initiative uses theatre to address the greatest challenge of our time. Follow on Facebook or Instagram for updates.

Climate Change Theatre Action
Arts & Climate's biennial distributive theatre festival launches it's 5th season in Fall 2023! Stay tuned for more information, including participating and/or attending events near you.

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Graduate School for Social Work
Julia is completing her Master in Social Work at Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, graduating May 2023.

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Spring-Summer 2020: Climate Change Theatre Action Online took place during the early months of the coronavirus pandemic to alleviate feelings of isolation and loneliness. Connect with us via our CCTA Online Community or CCTA Online Commissions via Youtube here.

December 5, 2019: Julia returned to her alma mater, Butler University, for a panel conversation on climate change following their production of An Enemy of the People. More here.

December 9, 2019: Julia curated Theater In Asylum's Climate Crisis Cabaret and reprising CCTA 2019 play The Story of the Bountiful Window and the Last Rope with actors Caiti Lattimer and Brandon Smith. More here.


DIRT: a play with soil

Julia collaborated with playwright & director Ran Xia on the next play in the UPROOT Series. Photos from the recent Staged Reading of this new play will be available soon. Read more about the piece here.

Some Scripts Literary Magazine

Julia's short play, Our Food at Work, is published in Issue 1 of this online magazine! For more information visit some scripts here.

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