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Selected Writing

Eva Recinos

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  • ​Los Angeles Times, Virginia Jaramillo's Sprawling Career Takes Her "East of the Sun"
  • Los Angeles Times, How an overlooked Black photography collective carved out pathways for a new generation of photographers
  • Los Angeles Times, The Free Black Women’s Library amplifies the voices of female African American writers
  • The Guardian, The radical power of sewing: the artist turning textiles into activism
  • The Guardian, 'Like I Belong' : how a California bookshop became a safe space for Black readers
  • The Guardian, Inside LA's First Mexican Food Museum
  • Aperture, Christina Fernandez's Multifaceted Visions of Life in California
  • Aperture, In Los Angeles, a Photography Project Shows the Power of Mentorship for Latinx Youth
  • High Country News, In 'Solito,' a Child's Harrowing Solo Migration is Laid Bare
  • Poets & Writers Magazine, A Lending Library of Joy, Storytelling
  • Poets & Writers Magazine, Prize Offers Access for African Writers
  • Hyperallergic, Ruth Asawa's Life and Legacy, in Both Art and Education
  • Hyperallergic, The Brilliant Blooms of EJ Hill's Painted Flowers
  • Hyperallergic, Loïs Mailou Jones, an Artist and Educator Who Made History
  • Hyperallergic, A Brief Guide on How to Get Your Creative Work Seen, Funded, and Supported'
  • Bitch, We're Here, We're Sheer: Cora Harrington's Lingerie Revolution
  • Bitch, Online Photography Groups Bring Women of Color into Focus
  • Bustle, In 'With The Fire On High,' Elizabeth Acevedo Gives Young Readers Of Color A Story Of Joy
  • Hunker, Why You Should Know About Studio Loja Saarinen's History
  • Hunker, Viviana Matsuda on Ceramics as Therapy and Launching Her Business
  • Hunker, This Collective Is by Black Ceramicists, for Black Ceramicists
  • Hunker, The Enduring Importance of the Quilts of Gee's Bend
  • Apartment Therapy, Brittany Chavez on Creating Shop Latinx and Cultivating a Latinx-Owned Marketplace
  • Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (CARLA)​, Interview with Taylor Renee Aldridge
  • Remezcla, Meet Emilia Cruz, the Painter Behind Ana's Art on 'Gentefied'
  • The Creative Independent​, Painter and ceramicist Hana Ward on finding balance in your creative practice
  • The Creative Independent​, Writer Gina Chung on staying inspired
  • The Creative Independent​, Osa Atoe on not being afraid to create your own opportunities
  • The Creative Independent​, Artist Lis Xu on balancing your creative work and your day job
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