JFK piece:

Art Review: Warhol's Kennedy show mixes history and mythology, Barry Hanegan, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Allegheny Cemetery: Fallen Timber

Here: In Allegheny Cemetery,Lillian Thomas, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Art Review: Memory, art mingle in cemetery, Mary Thomas, Pittsbrugh Post Gazette


Underground Rising, AJC.com

"Elevate" Reaches Great Heights, AJC.com

Elevate: Celebrating Art Above Underground


Public art project breaks mold, AccessAtlanta.com

A (new) Genre Landscape: Artsy parksy, Creative Loafing

A Sculptural Love Poem to Architecture:

Review: Ruth Stanford’s “Sculptural Love Poem to Architecture” at Callanwolde, Arts ATL

Mattress Factory: In the Dwelling House

In the Dwelling House, Mattress Factory

Artist found inspiration living in old row house, Pittsburg Post-Gazette

What Remains:

House beautiful: Engaging installation opens a door to the past, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Review: Artists and writers tap personal and collective memory in Agnes Scott’s “Groundstory, ARTSATL


Cryptoecology: Animal instinct

Our Favorite Things, 2008, Burnaway

Road Kill, Local Ephemera

A Walk in the Valley:

Kennesaw State U. Opens Art Museum With Act of Censorship, Chronicle of Higher Education

The Streisand Effect, Ann Laura, Monsterful.com, March 2, 2015

Reinstate Artwork Censored by Kennesaw State University President, Art-leaks.org

KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY TO RESTORE CENSORED ARTWORK, Svetlana Mintcheva, National Coalition Against Censorship

KSU Commissions Artist, but then her art Ousted, Hannah Morgan, Marietta Daily Journal

At New KSU Museum, Protestors Picket Over Racially-Linked Display, Will Frampton, CBS46 News

Artwork Censored at Museum Inauguration, Artreview.com

Too Obscene to be Seen? Kaitlyn Lewis, KSU Sentinel

Kennesaw State Pulls Artwork on Sensitive Subject, David Wickert, Atlanta Journal Constitution

Some thoughts on A Critic's Notebook: Some Thoughts on ZuckermanAndrew Alexander, Creative Loafing, Atlanta

Kennesaw State University Orders Removal of Controversial ArtworkAssociated Press, Athens Banner Herald

Georgia State Sculpture Professor’s Work Censored in Kennesaw, Neda Ahmed, GSU Library Blog

New Kennesaw State Statement on Removal of Art, Inside Higher Ed

A Possible Resolution to Censorship Protests at Georgia's Zuckerman Museum, Sarah Cascone, artnet news

University Orders Removal of Controversial Artwork, Associated Press, Washington Times

Writer's Tarnished Reputation Fuels Zuckerman Museum FlapJenny Jarvie, Atlanta Journal Constitution

Opinion: Censorship at KSU's Zuckerman Museum a Black Cloud Over Grand Opening, Catherine Fox, ArtsAtl.com

After Criticism, Kennesaw State Partially Reconsiders Censorhip of Art Exhibit; Problems Remain, Susan Kruth, thefire.org

Georgia University Censors Art Addressing White Supremacism, Sally Hansell, Huffington Post

Art Censorship at Kennesaw State?, Ellen Eldridge, KSU Sentinel

Artwork censored from Zuckerman Museum opening, Sarah Freeman, Creative Loafing Atlanta

Censorship of Artwork Mars Opening of Georgia;s Zuckerman Museum, Sarah Cascone, artnet news

Censoring Art and History, Scott Jaschick, Inside Higher Ed

UPDATED: KSU Agrees to Reinstate Censored Artwork; Artist Ruth Stanford Will Decide, Stephanie Cash, Burnaway.org

KSU Censors Art as the Zuckerman Museum Prepares to OpenStephanie Cash, Burnaway.org

Guest Editorial: Ruth Stanford speaks on Zuckerman Museum censorship, Ruth Stanford, Creative Loafing, Atlanta

Best Artist Response To Censorship: Ruth Stanford, Creative Loafing Atlanta, 2014

Good News: KSU Rethinks Censoring Ruth Stanford's "A Walk in the Valley," Offers to Reinstate ItCatherine Fox, ArtsATL.com

Bulletin: Censored Artwork at KSU's Zuckerman Museum to be Reinstated, Catherine Fox, ArtsAtl.com


Deliberation: A Study of the Michael Brown Grand Jury Case, Ruth Stanford, Voices of Our Community, Center for Civil and Human Rights blog

Review: Timely “Dialogue: Conflict/Resolution” explores violence, marital politics, race, at Dashboard, Jerry Cullum, Artsatl.com

Discussion: Deliberation, by Ruth Stanford

Dashboard: Dialog: Conflict/Resolution

Conflict the focus of ambitious, flawed show, Felicia Feaster, Atlanta Journal Constitution

Afropunk and the Creatives Project Join Forces, Jacinta Howard, Creative Loafing, Atlanta