Dufala brothers on artblog radio – collaboration, rivalry and making things
In September, 2010, Libby and Roberta visited Steven and Billy Dufala in Steven's studio in the 319 N. 11th St. building. In a wide ranging (and quite humorous) talk, the brothers talk about their separate and joined art-making; about growing up "free range" with lots of imaginative play in their South New Jersey home. They talk about competition and collaboration and their history of making music. The interview is 14:19 minutes in length.

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Steven (left) and Billy Blaise Dufala in Steven's studio in Chinatown north, before an Artblog Radio interview in 2010
Steven (left) and Billy Blaise Dufala in Steven’s studio in Chinatown north, before an Artblog Radio interview in 2010

Brothers Steven and Billy Blaise Dufala grew up making things and making music.  In this episode they talk about their collaboration and about music- and art-making. For more information about these artists, see
Dufala Brothers website
Fleisher-Ollman Gallery website

RAIR Philly (co-founded by Billy Dufala)

Thanks to Peter Crimmins for recording and editing this episode and to Eric Biondo for his music. Thanks to the Knight Foundation for their support of Artblog Radio. Bridgette Mayer Gallery sponsored this podcast. ARTBLOG RADIO is available on Apple (iTunes and Apple Podcasts) and Spotify, and available via RSS.

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collaboration, making things, music, sibling rivalry, steven and billy blaise dufala

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