Press/Reviews

A series of critiques by anti-public funding for the arts writers:

  1. Wall Street Journal. July 10, 2017. “It Costs Taxpayers a Bundle, but Is It Art?”
  2. The Daily Signal. July 15, 2017. “From Cactus Theater to the Met, US Government Pours Hundreds of Millions Into Well-Heeled Arts”
  3. Forbes. Sept. 13, 2017. “More Proof We Don’t Need The National Endowments For The Arts And The Humanities”

Tucson Weekly. Nov. 10, 1016. “The Sounds of the Saguaro.”
Natural Awakenings. Oct. 2016. “Collaboration Magnifies Creative Expression.”
Arizona Daily Star. April 20, 2016. “Standing with Saguaros project embraces Tucson’s favorite cacti.”
Tucson Weekly Q&A. April 12, 2016.
KCAW Radio interview. Nov. 9, 2015. “Artist spotlights trees in shadows.”
KCAW Radio Interview. Sept. 28, 2015. “Island Institute artist drawn to the yellow cedar tree.”
Interview: The Geographical Bulletin. Vol. 55, No. 2. Nov. 2014.
Grand Canyon University News. Sept. 22, 2014. “Guest artist to link issues, movement in dance residency.”
ARID: A Journal of Art, Design, Ecology. Fall 2014. “Rosemont Ours: A Field Guide.”
Arizona Daily Star. June 7, 2014. “2014 Lumies presented for work in and support of the arts in Tucson.”
Arizona Public Media. June 17, 2013. “Dancers Look to Nature for Inspiration.”
Arizona Public Media. April 25, 2012. “Dancers Explore Watershed through Movement.”
AZarts.gov. March 28, 2012. “Barrier 2 Bridge Festival: San Luis High School Artist Residencies.”
PRX Radio, 2012. “Purple Lunch Project.”
Arizona Public Media. Nov. 9, 2011. “If My Verse is Alive…”
National Endowment for the Arts: The Big Read Blog. October 14, 2012.“In the Community: The Big Read Tucson Brings Dickinson’s Words Into the Dance Studio.”
Tucson Weekly. Oct. 1, 2009. “Pick of the Week: Designs for Downtown.”
Downtown Tucsonan, Oct. 2008. “The Invisible City: An arts experiment in downtown public space.”
Tucson Weekly, Nov. 13, 2008. “Desire to Inspire: NEW ARTiculations Dance and Kore Press team up to use downtown as their studio and performance space.”
Tucson Weekly. April 24, 2008. “Pick of the Week: Food and Dance.”
Tucson Weekly. Nov. 2, 2006. “Community and Cactus: Arizona’s best and worst properties are recognized in two upcoming dance concerts.”