Melody Main, "Feminism in Local Art," Girl Power Magazine, Spring 2017.



"Puro Chingón" KLRUArts in Context Shorts,

NBC Universal, "Curve Report: Recollectives,"


Elena Meija, "Puro Chingón Collective aims to reform ‘white-centric’ Austin art scene," Daily Texan, March 8, 2016,



Joy Diaz, "Watch This Stunning Día De Los Muertos Face Painting:The surprising history behind the traditional 'La Calavera Catrina' makeup women wear to celebrate the Day of the Dead," Texas Standard, October 29, 2015,


Cindy Casares, "Puro Chingón Collective Says Selena Is Art History,", May 23, 2015,


Kate Messer, "Siempre Selena," Austin Chronicle, April 10, 2015.


Elda Silva, "Mini-Art Museum returns to CAM," San Antonio Express News, March 3, 2015.



Third Woman Press Collective, “Feminist Feminist Fistbumps: Claudia Zapata, A Texas-Born Artist with a Knack for Blending Art, History, and Culture,” Third Woman, September 8, 2014,


Barbara Calderón-Douglass, “The Rise of Austin’s Puro Chingón Collective and ChingoZine!” Remezcla, April 25, 2014,


Casey Kelly-Barton, “Presenting Latino Art,” Texas Journey, March/April 2014.



Katie Friel, “Mexic-Arte Museum's La Noche del Patronato kicks off exhibit that allows everyone to collect art,”, December 9, 2013,


Laura Zapata, “Hot Spots,” Cosmopolitan for Latinas, Fall 2013.


Nancy Flores. “Cult film screenings, music shows in Austin,” Austin American Statesman: Austin 360, August 30, 2013.


Alana Coates, “The Art Expert’s Guide for Touring Texas,” Art Magazine SA, Vol. 1, No. 2.


"Masked", KLRUArts, KLRU-TV, Austin PBS, 04:51 min, 2013.



“The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center Congratulates the Recipients of the Awards of Excellence,”, December 10, 2012,


Jason Urban, “Industry and Inkslingers,”, November 12, 2012,


Francisco Vara-Orta, “Creatures continue flight into popular culture,”, October 14, 2012,


Nancy Flores, “Printmaker captures horror of drug war,”, June 8, 2012,


Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Mexic-Arte plays host to cart project started by Mexico City artist,”, April 11, 2012,


Julie Knutson, “Graphic history: Print exhibit demonstrates the drama of revolutionary Mexican politics,”, March 16, 2012,


Nancy Flores, “Photo project focuses on 31,000 people who haven't lost hope amid violent drug war in Mexico,”, February 3, 2012,



Viridiana Ramirez, “Talavera Tile: More Than Just a Tile, It’s a Work of Art,”, 2011.


Elda Silva, “Artists depict the history, politics of corn; Exhibit inspired by reaction to tortilla price hike,”, July 17, 2011,


Ashley Chaney Ortiz, “Voces de las Pérdidas at Mexic-Arte,”, March 22, 2011,



Robert Faires, “Forever Young:The alumni artists of 'YLA 15' continue to transform our world into their own,”, August 13, 2010,


Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Mexic-Arte Museum's Young Latino Artists exhibit goes beyond cultural identity,” Austin American Statesman, July 31, 2010,


Wayne Alan Brenner, “Arts Review:  El Maiz es Nuestra Vida/ Maize is Our Life” Austin Chronicle, May 14, 2010,


Alysha Hernandez, “Traveling exhibit explores the symbolism of maize,” Austin Vida, May 5, 2010,


Michael Olson, Interview with Michael Olson: “El Maiz es Nuestra Vida,” Texas Public Media,  April 15, 2010,



Jeanne Claire Ryzin, “Mexico’s Original Rock Stars,” Austin American Statesman, July 31, 2008.