Adventures in Arting Podcast: Julie Fei-Fan Balzer
January 24, 2013
I'm delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!
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Today's guest is me! (Due to a personal matter, our guest for today's podcast was not able to make it. So, I ended up being the guest instead.) I'm going to give myself the full guest treatment with a headshot, bio, and some images of my work:
Julie has had artwork and articles published in many magazines including Cloth Paper Scissors, CPS Pages, CPS Studios, Quilting Arts Gifts, Quilt Scene, Creating Keepsakes, Better Homes & Gardens’ Scrapbooks Etc., Memory Makers, Scrapbook Trends, Somerset Memories, Somerset Digital, scrapbooking m.m. (Sweden), Scrap Art Zine (Germany), Scrapbooking & Beyond, Simple Scrapbooks, Histoires de Pages (France), books by Leisure Arts, F&W Publications, and Lark, as well as multiple e-zines. She writes the "Adventures in Arting" column for Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine.
Julie is the co-host of Scrapbook Soup TV (PBS) and has appeared several times on Quilting Arts TV (PBS) and hosted the “Artist to Artist” segment on Scrapbook Memories TV (PBS). She has also appeared on Crafting at The Spotted Canary (PBS). Julie’s hour-long instructional DVD “Collage Fast & Furious” was released in July 2010 by Interweave. She released two new hour-long instructional DVDs in 2012: All About Faces and Stamp-Making Adventures.
Julie's yet-to-be-titled book on stamp carving will be released by Interweave Press in Fall 2013.
Julie designs stencils for The Crafter's Workshop, stamps for Impression Obsession, and has several other products in the works with other companies.
Julie lives in a tiny apartment with a big art studio in the middle of New York City. She is a graduate of Brown University.
On today's podcast we talk about my career trajectory, where I hope the craft industry will go, and my teaching philosophy. I hope you'll give the podcast a listen! And be sure to leave any comments or questions in the comments section. I know that Mom and I love hearing from you!
Thanks for stopping by!
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