Julie Woodrow received her Bachelors of Art Education from the Ohio State University and her Masters of Arts in Art Education from the Art Academy of Cincinnati. She has taught High School students Ceramics, Native American Studies, and Art and Adaptive Art in Worthington for 27 years.
Woodrow shows her ceramic work internationally, nationally, and locally. She settled in a rural area outside of Columbus about 30 years ago in pursuit of a deeper relationship to the land, which, in so many ways, has fueled and inspired her work.
About Our Partnership
Wooten Clayworks’ Virtual Artist series was created as an initiative to provide and curate quality education and connections within the community, as well as another source of financial stability for centers and artists.
Sharing mutual goals, MISSA and Wooten Clayworks partnered together and are proud to offer this great workshop opportunity to our audience’s at an affordable rate and work to strengthen our communities resources and opportunities.