In Focus Podcast

Episode 69  

A self-described Environmental Alchemist!


Welcome maker/dyer and self-described Environmental Alchemist, Rhonda M Fazio to In-Focus Podcast Number 69. Rhonda is a graduate in Art History from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Prior to attending the University, she studied Professional Craft: Fiber and Clay at Haywood Community College near Asheville, North Carolina – an area rich with the influence and philosophy of Black Mountain College. She founded Dyer Maker Studio, a traveling textile maker space.

Rhonda teaches experiential workshops and in addition to her work with fabric, she teaches the art of cooking and food preservation. Rhonda is currently opening a food and fabric maker space and gallery in the Seaport District of New Bedford aptly named Interwoven.

Listen in on this conversation as The Artist Index’s host, Ron Fortier delves more into Rhonda’s life, her work, and future ambitions. This episode was recorded with Zoom during the pandemic of 2020. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR THE PODCAST LINK or LISTEN HERE(new episodes are added a short time after being posted here)

The whole concept of The Artists Index and the journey we are on is are still in the making and very organic. And, at this critical time in our country’s history, challenged by the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have continued to podcast remotely, assisted by Zoom, in order to assure that our guests remain safe and, in the comfort of their home.

If you would like to be a guest or, have a suggestion, please let us know!

Rhonda M. Fazio 

634 Pleasant St.
New Bedford, Massachusetts 02740



This program is supported in part by a grant from the New Bedford Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

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