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Minnesota Women’s Press, December 27, 2023, “Art Is Work: Grover Hogan Talks With Drew Maude-Griffin”

Star Tribune, December 12, 2023, “Critics’ picks: The 16 best things to do and see in the Twin Cities this week”

MPR News, September 22, 2023, “Dance as Archive — a new exhibition honors a north Minneapolis dance school”

Star Tribune, September 15, 2023, 10 must-see Twin Cities art exhibitions coming fall 2023

MPR News, March 9, 2023, “Artist Za’Nia Coleman on making space for ‘Black millennial thought’

MPR News, February 28, 2023, ”’Where power resides’ — Flipping privilege in the art curator paradigm”

VoCA Journal, November 21, 2022, “Pedagogy as Practice”

Creative Exchange, October 23, 2022, “Adrienne Doyle: Burn Something, Build Something”

Sixty Inches From Center, May 17, 2022, Sutures: An Interview with Suriya Khuth”

Twin Cities Arts Reader, March 27, 2022, “NEWS: Emerging Curators Institute Announces New Cohort

Sixty Inches From Center, December 18, 2021, biskaabiiyang: An Interview with Juleana Enright”

Minnesota Museum of American Art, November 2021, “How Curation Revealed Itself to Suriya Khuth”

Star Tribune, October 22, 2021, “4 Twin Cities art shows to help you keep that fall feeling”

The New York Times, October 20, 2021, “In Minneapolis, a Thriving Center for Indigenous Art”

Sixty Inches From Center, October 14, 2021, “After, Other, and Before: An Interview with Kehayr Brown-Ransaw”

The Material Collective, November 12, 2020, “Burn Something”

Star Tribune, October 28, 2020, “‘Flores Oscuras’ Halloween show explores real-life terrors people of color face”

MPLSArt, September 10th, 2020, “Burn Something (and Build Anew): An interview with Adrienne Doyle & Gabby Coll”

Weismann Art Museum, April 24 2020, “At Home, But Not Isolated”

Star Tribune, April 7 2020, “Twin Cities artist launches a program to boost young, diverse curators”

MPLSArt, February 5 2020, “First Nations Curation: An interview with Alexandra Buffalohead”

Star Tribune, January 23 2020, “Revitalizing Indigenous Symbols”