This creative and fun Stamp Chat presented by Irv Osterer, member of the Society of Israel Philatelists, is a treat for anyone who is a teacher, a designer, or someone who loves to send and receive snail mail. Osterer provides beautiful examples of philatelic-inspired graphic design projects from his students. A fantastic presentation to watch again and again.
Heidi Rhoades is the Grassroots and Community Specialist at the American Philatelic Society. In addition to running the APS social media platforms, Heidi also creates and markets APS services, membership, and news digitally. Rhoades is the producer and host of APS Stamp Chat and other evolving media relating to the hobby.
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