Press

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for the sake of dancing in the street at OXY ARTS
Contemporary Art Review LA. November 7, 2023

What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in November
The New York Times. November 1, 2023

Before Los Angeles Was Los Angeles 
Los Angeles Review of Books. October, 26, 2023

See the Provocative A.I. Works in a New Show at the Ford Foundation Gallery
That Turn a Critical Eye on the Tool’s Promise—and Its Limits

Artnet. October 9, 2023

Oxy Arts’ ‘The Iridescence of Knowing’ showcases Indigenous art forms
The Occidental. September 20, 2023.

"The Iridescence of Knowing” Exhibit Weaves Together
Southern Californian Native Artists and the Intergenerational Knowing of Home

News from Native California. September 15, 2023.

Art made on Tongva land highlights past, present, future
KCRW. September 12, 2023.

10 Art Shows to See in LA This September
Hyperallergic. September 4, 2023.

PUBLISHER'S EYE: "For the Sake of Dancing in the Street"
Artillery. June 15, 2023. 

Kenturah Davis: Dark Illumination at OXY ARTS,
Speciwomen. April 23, 2023

Kenturah Davis at OXY ARTS,
Carla. April 13, 2023

On the Sacred Magic of Writing
Hyperallergic. April 11, 2023

11 Los Angeles-Area Museum Exhibitions Are Showcasing Works By A Spectrum of Black Artists
Culture Type. March 13, 2023

Top 50 Art Exhibitions of 2022
Hyperallergic. December 28, 2022

The Collective Ethos at the Heart of Asian-American Activism
Hyperallergic. November 13, 2022

Connecting the Dots: Oxy Arts Exhibition Links Moments of Asian American Activism, Art and Collectives Throughout History KCET Artbound. October 27, 2022

“Voice a Wild Dream” features Asian American activism through art and media
The Occidental. September 14, 2022

A GARDEN, UNEVEN: EJ HILL AT OXY ARTS
Art News. April 18, 2022

EJ Hill and Jordan Casteel Teach Us How to Paint
Interview Magazine. March 23, 2022

The Brilliant Blooms of EJ Hill’s Painted Flowers
Hyperallergic. March 6, 2022

PAINTED FLOWERS FLOURISH IN EJ HILL’S “WHEREVER WE WILL TO ROOT” AT OXY ARTS
Cool Hunting. March 2, 2022

“Wherever we will to root” blooms at Oxy Arts
The Occidental. March 2, 2022

After exhaustive performances and pandemic stress, EJ Hill takes a break to paint
The Art Newspaper. February 18, 2022

All the Biggest Museum Exhibitions to See in L.A. During Frieze Week
Artnet. February 15, 2022

The Ultimate Guide to Frieze Week Los Angeles: Fairs, Openings and Parties
The Hollywood Reporter. February 13, 2022

How Sci-Fi Films Use Asian Characters to Telegraph the Future While Also Dehumanizing Them
The Hollywood Reporter. November 16, 2021

Oxy Arts’ new exhibition “Encoding Futures” presents interactive art as a call to action
The Occidental. October 27, 2021

Oxy Arts’ ‘Encoding Futures’ and AI’s algorithms of us
Pasadena Star-News. October 13, 2021

Public art project uses augmented reality to create virtual monuments in LA
Spectrum News 1. October 1, 2021

Where Serra statues once stood, a chance to honor California’s Indigenous people
Religion News Service. October 1, 2021

ART FEEDS COMMUNITY WITH EDDIE RODOLFO APARICIO’S SCULPTURAL BEEHIVE OVEN
This Is Mold. July 9, 2021

Power in Care: Carolina Caycedo Maps the Long History of Feminine Environmental Work
KCET Southland Sessions. March 30, 2021

Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for March 2021
Hyperallergic. March 8, 2021

Photo collage of protests highlights women as healers, providers, and protectors
KCRW. March 2, 2021

WE LIVE! Memories of Resistance at OxyArts
Contemporary Art Review LA. December 15, 2020

Tales from Campus: Oxy Arts
AAM—Center for the Future of Museums. December 7, 2020

Art, the Pandemic and You
Boulevard Sentinel. October 1, 2020

Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for September 2020
Hyperallergic. September 8, 2020

Virtual Infrastructures, Community Engagements
Los Angeles Review of Books. August 2, 2020

A View From the Street: LA Video Artists Move From Screens to Storefronts
Hyperallergic. July 21, 2020

Black Lives Matter at Oxy Arts
Boulevard Sentinel. July 1, 2020

‘In Plain Sight’: 80 Artists Take Over the Skies in Support of Immigrant Rights
KCET Southland Sessions. July 6, 2020

Did you see, up in the sky? 80 artists sent messages over U.S. detention centers
Los Angeles Times. July 3, 2020

‘Shizu Saldamando: L.A. Intersections’ at Occidental College
Rafu Shimpo. February 28, 2020

Gabriela Ruiz Performs the Numerous Meanings of the Letter “X”
Hyperallergic. February 19, 2020

The 'punk' art of Shizu Saldamando: The Latin experience is more than just trauma
AL DÍA NEWS. February 19, 2020

The personal and powerful portraits of East L.A. artist Shizu Saldamando
The Eastsider. February 19, 2020

Painter Shizu Saldamando puts a face to L.A.'s Latinx art scene
Los Angeles Times. February 18, 2020

Shizu Salamando’s “L.A. Intersections: The Politics of Visibility” opens Feb. 6 at Oxy Arts
The Eastsider. February 6, 2020

Meet an Artist Monday: Shizu Saldamando
Newsbreak. February 3, 2020

7 Must-See Latino Exhibitions You Can Visit This 2020
Latin Post.  January 28, 2020

The Most Exciting Latino Art & Culture Exhibitions Happening in the First Half of 2020
Remezcla. January 23, 2020

A Historic Marionette Theater in LA Lives On, and It’s Still Magical
Hyperallergic. September 18, 2019

Oxy Arts building on York
The Eastsider. September 15, 2019

Art and Performance in Northeast L.A.–Oxy Arts,
Boulevard Sentinel. August 31, 201

18 Fabulous Events Happening In Southern California This Week
LAist. Jun 3, 2019

Occidental College makes its York Boulevard debut with a new arts center
The Eastsider. May 23, 2019

Discover the Origins of LA’s Oldest Children’s Theater Company
Hyperallergic. May 22, 2019

Oxy Arts Opens Its Doors on York Boulevard
Occidental College. May 22, 2019

The Bowtie Offers a Rare Refuge Along the L.A. River,
KCET Artbound.
October 22, 2018