Julija Pociūtė

Graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts, Kaunas Art Faculty, Department of Glass (MA), Kaunas, Lithuania, 2007, and from the Vilnius University, Kaunas Faculty, Art Management (MA), 2016.
Awarded grants for creative work from the Lithuanian Council for Culture, 2008, 2015, 2020, travelling fellowships by the Nordic Council of Ministers, Baltic Sleipnir, 2008, 2014, 2022, art residencies: International Glass Symposium RONA, Slovakia, 2016, and the CreArt in Skopje, Macedonia, 2021. Participated in 15 solo exhibitions, among others in the Finnish Glass Museum, Riihimäki, Finland; Meno Parkas Gallery, Düsseldorf, Germany; Zonoteka Gallery, Berlin, Germany; (AV-17) Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania, and in over 60 group exhibitions in Germany, Sweden, Latvia, Denmark, China, France, Spain, Italy, Macedonia, Finland, the Netherlands, Poland, and Estonia.
Curated exhibitions and art festivals, such as the Vitrum festival, and the exhibition of Lithuanian glass art in Sweden.
Works in museum collections, including: Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Ebeltoft, Denmark; the National Glass Centre Foundation in Sunderland, UK; Museum of Glass Technology in San Ildefonso, Spain. Samogitian Museum Alka, Telsiai, Lithuania.
Julija Pociūtė is known for her mixed media installations based on interactions between video art, sculpture, design, and photography.