Julie Do, 2021-22 Onstead Institute — Amon Carter Museum Fellow

Julie Do

Julie Do is a first-generation college student of Vietnamese descent and earned her B.F.A. in Studio Art: Drawing and Painting in 2020. As a former McNair Scholar, she conducted arts-based research for two years under the direction of her faculty mentor Tyson E. Lewis, professor, Art Education. This entailed a post-intentional, phenomenological research study with a focus on creating extensive portraiture of ethnic minority students’ lived experiences in the UNT CVAD's Drawing and Painting program. 

Currently, Do is pursuing an M.A. in Art Museum Education. Ultimately, her ambition is to teach students about the technical side of art, personal/cultural identity, and social equity. She is excited to use her academic background to interact with people from all walks of life and support the Amon Carter in serving the Fort Worth arts community.