Juliet Hinely is an interdisciplinary artist exploring local identity and history through site-responsive projects and installations. She is inspired by roadside attractions, local traditions, and places with long or forgotten histories. Juliet's work takes many forms including wallpaper, embroideries, audio-tours, parascopes, photography, and golden macaroni. She came to us while pursuing her Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of Michigan. She shared her current and past work at our very first slide talk, and over the weekend she learned how to make plaster molds and made a slip-cast ceramic snow globe.