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2012 Master of Fine Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Fulbright Scholar)

2009 Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon 

Solo Exhibitions

2024 Tides, Neutral Ground Artist-Run Centre, Regina 

2023 Tides, YYZ Artists’ Outlet, Toronto

2022 Sesame, open yourself, Kenderdine Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

2019 Tunnel, Air, Mother, Dunlop Art Gallery, Sherwood branch, Regina

2019 Julie Oh: Selected Videos, Dunlop Art Gallery Central Mediatheque, Regina

2019 Your Hog Has Arrived, PAVED Arts, Saskatoon 

2018 lines, RBC Emerging Artist Series, Remai Modern, Saskatoon

Group Exhibitions

2023 Supply, and, and, and, Community Gallery, Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto

2022 Looking the World in the Face, Âjagemô Art Space, Ottawa

2022 Libations for Liberated Living, the plumb, Toronto

2018 Living Architecture, 6018North, Chicago

2018 Double Gaze, ACRE Projects Gallery, Chicago

2017 Punctured Landscape, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC 

2017 The New Normal, Supa Salon, Istanbul, Turkey 

2017 The New Normal, THE HANGAR–UMAM D&R, Beirut, Lebanon 

2016 Polymorphous, The Cluster Gallery, New York

2016 Punctured Landscape, Âjagemô Art Space, Ottawa 

2014 Nuit Blanche Saskatoon

2014 Florence Trust Summer Exhibition, St. Saviour’s Church, London, UK

2013 Light Sense, Zhou B Art Center, Chicago

2013 The Art Bank in the 21st Century, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax

2013 The Art Bank in the 21st Century, The Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, ON

2012 Ranch, Iceberg Projects, Chicago

2012 21st Evanston and Vicinity Biennial, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, IL

2012 MFA Exhibition, Sullivan Galleries SAIC, Chicago

2011 New Graduate Work from SAIC, Launch F18, New York

2011 New Graduate Work from SAIC, Launch Art, Peterborough, NH

2011 A Prairie Snapshot, National Arts Centre, Ottawa

2011 GenNext, Art Gallery of Regina

2010 Combine, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto 

2010 DIASPORArt, Rideau Hall, Ottawa 

2009 I M Migrant, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, U of S, Saskatoon


2019 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2018 The Banff Centre, Banff, AB

2017 ACRE, Steuben, WI

2014 Florence Trust, London, UK

2012 8550 Ohio, Chesterhill, OH


2023 Fuh, Simon. “Julie Oh: Very Big Forces.” Exhibition essay for Tides.

2022 Bouthillier, Rose. “Sesame, open yourself.” Exhibition essay.

2022 Boklaschuck, Shannon. “Seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary.” Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan, online.

2022 Thompson, Cole. “Your Attachments Have Arrived.” Exhibition essay. PAVED Meant Vol.4

2021 Wilson, Nic. “The Sacred Particularities of Care: Julie Oh’s ‘Tunnel, Air, Mother’” Peripheral Review 2020-2021.

2020 Kolberg, Kate. “Successive Lives of Objects: In Conversation with Julie Oh.” Public Parking, online.

2020 Oh, Julie. “What do Object’s Want?” A text contribution for Board of Photography, an online exhibition.

2019 Matotek, Jennifer. “My grandfather’s grey socks.” Exhibition essay for Tunnel, Air, Mother.

2019 Zurevinski, Kyle. “Julie Oh: The Saskatoon Artist is Using Her Mother’s Home as the Epicentre for Her Latest Exhibition.” BlackFlash Magazine, online.

2018 Greig, Sabrina. “Living Architecture at 6018North.” Chicago Artist Writers, online.

2018 Waxman, Lori. “Not the Same Old Immigrant Story as Hard Questions Are Asked at 6018North Gallery.” Chicago Tribune, September 20.

2017 KitKit Para and respectfulchild. “An Interview with Julie Oh.” Fucking Young Canadian Artists, online.

2014 Gallpen, Britt. “Canada’s Art Bank Speculates on Fresh Talent.” Canadian Art, online.

2009 Griffin, Karla. “I M Migrant.” BlackFlash Magazine, 27:1

Grants / Awards

2024 Project Grant, ArtsNL

2023 Concept to Realization Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2021 Concept to Realization Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2020 Research and Creation Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2019 Independent Artist Grant, SK Arts

2019 Shortlist for RBC Emerging Artist Award, SK Arts Awards

2018 Independent Artist Grant, SK Arts

2017 Production Grant, PAVED Arts

2017 Research and Creation Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2016 Independent Artist Grant, SK Arts

2012 James Nelson Raymond Fellowship, SAIC

2011 International Graduate Scholarship, SAIC 


Royal Bank of Canada

SK Arts

Canada Council Art Bank

University of Saskatchewan