Cecilia Aldarondo featured on the podcast, Temperature Check, discussing how Puerto Ricans are rebuilding post-Hurricane María.
https://grist.org/temperature-check/listen-how-puerto-ricans-are-rebuilding-post-hurricane-maria/ Michael Lewis’s ‘A Triumphant, User-Friendly Addition’ about Steven Holl Architects’ Nancy and Rich Kinder Building at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, publication in the Wall Street Journal, December 2020:
https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-triumphant-user-friendly-addition-11605960002? Johanna Breiding’s Solo Exhibition Summer Fugue at O’ Project Space, October 2020:
https://www.oprojectspacela.com/ and they’re art auction, INCOGNITO at ICA LA: https://icalaincognito.org/auctions/incognito-2020 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts awarded a Curatorial Fellowship to Professor C. Ondine Chavoya and curator David Evans Frantz to support preparation of a retrospective of artist Teddy Sandoval (1949–1995) scheduled for 2022–23 at the Williams College Museum of Art and the Vincent Price Art Museum at East Los Angeles College:
https://artmuseum.williams.edu/news-item/curators-c-ondine-chavoya-and-david-evans-frantz-awarded-warhol-foundation-grant/ Cecilia Aldarondo’s film “Memories of a Penitent Heart” is on the list of the most important American Latino films of the past two decades discussed by Carlos Aguilar in the New York Times on October 1st, 2020: The American Latino Experience: 20 Essential Films Since 2000
https://www.nytimes.com/article/latino-movies.html Johanna Breiding showed a video titled
Demonstrative Score, that they made in collaboration with taisha paggett that is a part of ARCHIVE MACHINES exhibition at LAMAG: https://www.lamag.org/portfolio_page/archive-machinesjuly-30-november-1-2020-2/ Barbara Takenaga, Mary A. and William Wirt Warren Professor of Art, Emerita, receiving a Guggenheim Fellowship for 2020-21:
https://www.barbaratakenaga.com/blog/2020/4/13/barbara-takenaga-is-a-recipient-of-the-2020-john-simon-guggenheim-fellowship “An Archive Of Exchange”: C. Ondine Chavoya On Chicanx And Latinx Art History from In the Foreground: Conversations on Art & Writing by The Clark: