Dulcee Boehm is an artist, organizer and an advocate for contemporary art in nonmetropolitan areas. Through the use of video, performance and sculptural works, she applies a critical academic lens to rural life. She has exhibited her artwork in a variety of contexts - ranging from the Krannert Art Museum in Champaign, Illinois to an old cattle barn in Grinnell, Iowa. Boehm has also co-organized several programs including Beyond Alternatives in 2018, a symposium on artist-run projects outside of large cities in the United States.
She worked for many years as a staff member at Ox-Bow School of Art & Artist Residency where she received a Fellowship in 2010, and later received her MFA at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in 2018. In 2019 and 2020, Boehm received funding from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts for her work with collaborator Ruth K. Burke. Boehm was a Visiting Professor at Grand Valley State University from 2018-21, and currently is the Curator of Visual Resources there in the Visual and Media Arts Department.