American Craft, Winter 2024 

What's Wrong With YBCA's Bay Area Now? 

Arleene Correa Valencia’s luminous art reflects family strains of Mexican migration

Crossing The Border With Arleene Correa Valencia

I Hate to Admit it, But I Loved the Armory Show

The Best Booths at the Armory Show, Where Under-Recognized Giants and Rising Stars Collide

Exhibition by 2 Mexican artists in S.F. aims to make the invisible visible


Subverting Identity with Arleene Correa Valencia 

They'll Be Your Mirror: Ana Teresa Fernández and Arleene Correa Valencia @ Catharine Clark Gallery

Spanish 150 Students Curate Exhibit on Migration in Boylston Hall

Arleene Correa Valencia explora la migración infantil en arte textil

De Eso Se Trata


Art Fellows: Four Artists Embark on a Two-Year Program with Headlands Center for the Arts

Napa students make quilt squares inspired by heritage

Truth, be told

Erasing The Line 

Truth Farm: el performance de la verdad

Granja de Verdad: Cosechando cultura para el cambio y el entendimiento

Truth Farm art installation sparks conversation about immigration

Truth Farm’ installation near Trump Winery hopes to spark broader conversations about immigration


A Socially Distant Christmas Special 

Napa Sonoma Field Guide, WILDSAM

XicanX: New Visions

The KQED Arts & Culture and Science teams receive Emmy Awards

Subverting Visibility: Arleene Correa Valencia & Ana Teresa Fernandez in Conversation

YBCA Presents Come to Your Census: Who Counts in America? 

Inside Napa Valley Winter Blooms in the Valley: Embracing Her Heritage 



Love & Work



After The Wildfires: Artist Captures Plight of Napa’s Undocumented Workers

CCA Raises 1.2 Million at Gala - San Francisco Chronicle

The Unseen

Sanctuary Cities


“What Sanctuary Means to A California Artist”- “Soy Humana, No Soy Ilegal”

Meet the DACA Recipient Painting to Show that No Human is Illegal

Using Format