Juliana von Haubrich is a visual artist and scenic designer.
She received her MFA in Scenic Design from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts, 1999). While in L.A., Juliana worked in theatre, film, and television. In 2000, she earned an L.A. Weekly "Best of L.A. Scenic Design" nomination for "Ghosts in the Cottonwoods," a new play by Adam Rapp. Juliana has designed sets for Echo Theatre Company and was asked by Ojai Playwrights Conference to create concept drawings for their new play festival. Juliana has also worked for Paramount Studios and TNT art departments.
In the fall of 2000, she moved to NYC to design sets for The Juilliard School, The Acting Company, and Present Company Theatre (during the 1st two NYC Fringe Festivals).
In 2010, having moved to the Berkshires, Juliana was invited to join the start of a vibrant new company: WAM Theatre. Since then, she has designed most of their productions and is an Associate Artist and Production Manager with the company. In the Berkshires, Juliana has designed sets for Shakespeare & Company, Berkshire Theatre Group, Chester Theatre Company, and Dorset Theatre Festival. In 2014, she designed a critically acclaimed set for "The Whale," at the Adirondack Theatre Festival.
In 2019, Juliana designed a new production of "Ann" at the Arena Stage in Washington DC. The production then traveled to Dallas Theatre Center as a co-production.
Juliana has worked with students at Williams College, the Theatre Institute at Russell Sage, SUNY Albany Theatre Department, and Westfield State College. In the fall of 2021, she taught a Scenic Design class for MCLA's Theatre Department.
Juliana is a member of the United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829, IATSE.
Originally from Michigan, she has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Michigan (1996). Juliana is also the founding Technical Director and Scenic Designer for Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit, working with them from 1993-96.