Meet binderful contributor Julie wolfrum
Julie Wolfrum has danced since the young age of three and taught movement to all ages for over 25 years. A graduate of the 2003 University of Colorado Dance Program and recipient the University Dance Scholarship, she has been a guest artist at such festivals as Women on their Way (WOW), the Boulder Fringe Festival, Estes Park Dance Festival, GreenFest, Trolley Dance Tours, Afro Caribbean Heritage Camp, International Festival of Denver, and many more. Also known as an Artivist, Julie uses movement as a social medium to assist in bridging the gap from art to action. Using dance as a movement, Julie has performed and choreographed with such politically active companies as Oakland's Dancers without Boarders, Art in Action, Venus Christ: The Rock Opera, and various performances at the Oberlin Dance Collective (ODC) discussing difficult topics such as sexuality, racism, and environmental concerns. She is one of the original members of SoShe’s Performance Collective, a female dance collective which performed, choreographed, and taught throughout the Bay area from 2007 to 2015. Currently, Julie teaches for Denver’s Leap Dance Studio and her personal company Sun Moon Dance creating Dancing Warriors for our future generations.