Episode 165: Tempestt Hazel on Airgo Radio, December 2018.
Where the Future Came From on Hyperallergic, December 2018.
How I’ve Made Peace with America’s Thanksgiving Myth by Natalie Moore in Chicago Sun Times, November 2018.
‘Spielberg, Diddy, Oprah, and Me’ Reveals Artist’s Background by Dana Vollner in The Journal, November 2018.
The Time Is Now! celebrates the black artists of the south side who used their work as a vehicle for social change by Deanna Isaacs in the Chicago Reader, November 2018.
50 Years Later, Chicago Artists Are Getting Their Due by Tariro Mzezewa in the New York Times, November 2018.
Posthuman Blackness and the Black Female Imagination by Kristen Lillvis, 2017.
Art 50 2017: Chicago's Visual Vanguard in Newcity, September 2017.
32 Must-Do Events in Chicago This Fall on Crain's Business Chicago, August 29, 2016.
Meditations on the Poetics of Revolution [Repost] on Arts.Black, May 2016.
Start with What You Got by Ingrid Conçalves, University of Chicago Magazine, Winter 2016.
What A Curator Loves about Bronzeville by Laura Pearson, Chicago Tribune, September 2, 2015.
Guest Curator Creates Deliberate Disconnect with New Exhibit by Julian Gill, NT Daily, January 28, 2015.
Guest Curator Opens UNT Art Gallery's Spring Season With Exhibition That Allows for Interpretation by Margarita Venegas, January 7, 2015.
UNT Art Galleries Competition Brings Range of Artistic Mediums by Ashley Salazar, NT Daily, April 2014.
In Sync with Tempestt Hazel by Sergio Gomez, October 2013.
Afrofuturism and Sci-fi and Fantasy Culture by Ytasha Womack, 2013.
FLATS Studio Profile, August 2013.
C-Notes Power List: Art's Hit Makers by Jason Foumberg, Chicago Magazine, February 20, 2013.
Sic Transit Gloria Meat Market by Sam Worley, Chicago Reader, October 17, 2012.
Review: The Tipping Point of Me and We/Little Black Pearl, NewCity, June 19, 2012.
Moving The Wires: On The Black To The Future Series, Futuristically Ancient, June 11, 2012.
Culture Vultures by Kelsey Gee, Chicago Reader, April 2, 2012.
Toward a Future's Past by Zachary Goldhammer, Chicago Weekly, October 12, 2011.
Revisiting The Bronzeville Community by Nicolette Caldwell, Sixty Inches From Center, October 10, 2011.