Julia Louie

Personal Information

Adjunct Faculty
Graduate - Exhibition Design
College or University: 
University of Maryland
Year Degree Earned: 
2003
College or University: 
The George Washington University
Year Degree Earned: 
2008

Ms. Louie is an Exhibition Designer at the National Geographic Museum, creating both permanent and traveling exhibitions. She also works as a freelance designer, providing exhibit, graphic, and lighting design services to the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, the National Portrait Gallery, and the American Federation of School Administrators. Recent projects include a graphic identity and signage program for “Seals and Sea Lions” at the National Zoo; exhibition lighting installations for the National Portrait Gallery; and design documentation for the “Hudson Quadricentennial” exhibit at the New York Public Library. She is an instructor at the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, teaching letterpress workshops for all skill levels. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Museum Studies from the George Washington University, and a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Art History from the University of Maryland.  She collaborates closely with Exhibition Design Studio I instructor Clare Brown, providing an in-depth introduction to the process of planning and designing effective interpretive exhibitions

Courses: 
Exhibition Design Studio I