Julia Meltzer

Clockshop

Guest

Long-time filmmaker and visual artist, she’s Director of Clockshop, a production studio based in Frogtown (Elysian Valley), a neighborhood northeast of downtown; former instructor in Film/Video and Studio Art at UC Irvine and the California Institute of the Arts

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