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img_2246w2.jpgeilujion (julie in reverse with an ion) is Julie Goldstein, Co-Founder and Animation/Creative Director of Artifact Pictures. She has been directing, editing and producing media for over 15 years. She has taught 3D animation, media production, concept development, and history of electronic art at The University of Pennsylvania, The University of the Arts, Ringling School of Art & Design, Temple University, Grand Valley State University, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Julie has produced and directed a variety of animated projects, ranging from children’s character animation to 3D visualizations for a multimedia opera. She has also produced numerous award-winning shorts and animated films, which have screened at film festivals around the world. In addition to her career in animation, Julie has directed and edited a variety of other media projects. Julie received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her BS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Julie … would love to email with you re your reunion! Please, contact me …
Best,
Celeste … cbsongs@aol.com

Comment by Celeste Billhartz

Hi, Julie. Saw your intro on the Philly Adoptee Rights group. I’m really intrigued by your story and so sad that your father denied you. My husband learned just two years ago that he was adopted as an infant. His parents lied to him over the years each time he asked if he were adopted. Again, denial. Seems to be a recurring theme for adoptees, doesn’t it?

I’m really looking forward to meeting you in Philly. Jeff and I work very hard in NY State (Jeff more than I, right now) to lobby our senators for the passage of the Adoptee Bill of Rights. Meeting with others this summer should be informative and healing.

I’m also intrigued by your work! I plan to spend more time at your blog finding out about this. I’m an animation fiend! I work with first-year college students full time, and I teach college writing to adult students. I use animation and graphic novels extensively. Can’t wait to find out more about the ins and outs of animation.

My best to you.

Mary Anne

Comment by Mary Anne

My name is LJ Jones and I represent a company called Identigene. We recently started a blog called http://www.mystoryrelated.com to give people a place to share the stories about who they are related to and how those connections make up who they are. I have read through your blog about your story and wanted to ask if you would share your story with the readers of our blog. If you are interested would you please email me at stories at mystoryrelated dot com. Thanks

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