Wulke, Joy

Joy Wulke

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Dates of Birth and Death



  • Yale University, 1974
  • Washington State University, 1970

Years of practice

1974–2014 (estimated)


  • Wulke Studio
  • Projects2K


Connecticut, New Haven, interiors, landscape


oy Wulke is a nationally recognized sculptor whose work bridges the boundary between visual art and architecture.  She has had numerous solo exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions in U.S., Europe and Japan.  She has received numerous awards, including 2 Connecticut Commission on the Arts Artist Grants.  Her commissions span the country and include work for Lincoln Center Film Forum in New York and The Louisiana Worlds Fair.  Wulke is a consultant with the Connecticut Commission on the Arts in the Art in Public Spaces program.  She is founder of Projects for a New Millennium which has initiated collaborative projects in Connecticut, New York, Montana, Florida, and California.

Early life and education

Born in Long Beach, California

Master of Environmental Design, Yale University, 1974

Bachelor of Arts – Architecture, Washington State University, 1970

Institutional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects Associate member
Advisory Board for the School of Architecture, Washington State University