Mountain Journal, Summer 2019: Standby Snow: Chronicles of a Heatwave, Chapter One
Bomb Magazine, Winter 2019: Water: CHERRY RIVER, Where the Rivers Mix by Katherine Cooper

Montana Arts Council, State of the Arts, Fall 2018: Expression and engagement abundant in Montana
HYPERALLERGIC, September 2018: A Performance in Montana Challenges How We Define Activist Art
HYPERALLERGIC, August 2018: Artists Reflect on Water Scarcity in a Gentrifying Montana Town
Mountain Journal, August 2018: A Symphony Of Bodies And Water
Creative Capital, July 2018: Ann Carlson Makes Unconscious Gestures Part of an Orchestral Work

Explore Big Sky, August 2018: WaterWorks 2018 concludes with ‘Cherry River: Where the Rivers Mix’
Ruckus, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, August 2018: Cultures mix in MTA’s Cherry River event
Explore Big Sky, July 2018: Public art series ‘WaterWorks’ continues with a symphony of movement
Ruckus, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, July 2018: Performance piece connects community to the conceptual
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, June 2018: For the love of art and water, local group offers free summer performances
Big Sky Journal, February 2018: Gabriel Canal Performance - Water, agriculture, and art

Montana Quarterly, Summer 2017, What story do we want to be remembered by?
Art News, June 2017: VIA Art Fund Announces Spring 2017 Grant Recipients
Explore Big Sky, August 2017: Public art series ‘WaterWorks’ concludes on historic Kelly Ranch
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, August 2017: Explore the Gallatin Valley’s Agricultural Herritage in continuing art series
Billings Gazette, July 2017: Bently Spang article
Explore Big Sky, July 2017: WaterWorks Flows to the Wetlands
Billings Gazette, July 2017: WaterWorks Series features celebrated Northern Cheyenne artist Bently Spang
Explore Big Sky, June 2017: The Art of Gesine Janzen
Explore Big Sky, June 2017: WaterWorks Summary
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, June 2017: WaterWorks art project looks to get folks thinking about hydrology
ABC Fox MT, June 2017: Artists showcase work in downtown Bozeman
Belgrade News, June 2017: Art Group Explores Water Issues Through Outdoor Performances, Art Installations, Tours
Explore Big Sky, February 2017: Mountain Time Arts receives funding for water-themed public art events.