About Me: Julie Pitzen is a Chicago artist and former archaeologist. She has had a long time interest in Central Asia and received a degree in Art and Anthropology from Indiana University. Upon graduation, she worked as a Research Assistant in the Field Museum’s Anthropology Department for nearly ten years. She has been working in clay since she was a young girl. While living in Mongolia, she has worked closely with a number of famous artists, professors, the National Arts Council, and was the first American Artist to exhibit at the Mongolian National Art Gallery. She plans to continue working in Mongolia on various art and community projects and hopes to bring Mongolian Art and Artists to Chicago one day. For more about life in Mongolia: http://ancientfragments.blogspot.com

My Passions: Art

My Areas of Expertise: Ceramics, Mongolia

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Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

Its so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fun time with your new online friends. I know that you will find this to be a positive experience and I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!

Peace!

Fatima

Fatima, Thanks for the welcoming message. I'm glad I stumbled upon this website. I've been back and forth to Mongolia the past 5 yrs. In my most recent trip, I've really been having some interesting discussions with women and about women's issues. So I'm glad to have found World Pulse to to read about what others are doing. Take care, Julie www.ancientfragments.com

Julie,

Welcome to Pulse Wire. I am a midwest girl myself- heralding from Kansas City, Missouri. I love Chicago- winter and all :) and visit there often (when I am in the States).

I am very interested and inspired by your art! Do you have pictures you could post so we could see some of your work?

I am excited to have you as a member here. I look forward to reading more about your journey, your art, and your Mongolian experiences!!

Much Peace,

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