About the Curator


Julia in Seoul, South Korea


My name is Julia Bifolchi. I'm a 5th year History and Art History student at the University of Guelph. I'm a lover of history, art, architecture, languages, reading and more! I'm a traveler, photographer, ice hockey player, and comic/video game nerd.

Once I graduate I will be moving overseas to teach English, volunteer, and learn new cultures and languages. I'm currently learning Italian and Korean on my own! When I return from my travels I hope to study again and eventually pursue a career in a museum, art gallery, or library. Alternatively, I hope to teach children in other countries how to skate and play ice hockey.

Traveling and photography is a big part of my life and goals as a person at this point in my life. I've been to many places in Central America, Europe, and Asia. Scotland is yet to be checked off on my bucket list and I can't wait to visit! My own travels have given me considerable knowledge in the modern travel guide[books]. I even started my own photography/travel page on instagram and hope to blog or vlog about my travel and living experiences in the future!

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