Julianne Clark is an interdisciplinary artist with an MFA in Photography from the University of Tulsa. She previously achieved a Cum Laude BA in Photography from the University of Arkansas. Julianne taught in the Oklahoma public school system for seven years, and was recognized as the Oklahoma State Art Educator in 2016. She currently teaches high school art in the Bay Area. Julianne’s work often questions the reality of photography as a representation of truth. Her art has been exhibited nationally in both solo and group exhibitions, at venues such as Filter Space Chicago, The Southeast Museum of Photography, The Midwest Center of Photography, Black Box Gallery, and the Milwaukee Art Center. Recent recognition includes participation in the 2019-2020 Albert Schweitzer Fellowship and a 2020 Student Award of Excellence from the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition.