2020 Media Coverage God of Gods: A Canadian Play Deanna Bowen, Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Esse, Issue 98, 2020. A Centenary of Influence, Canadian Art, April 20, 2020. Deanna Bowen God of Gods: A Canadian Play (Review), Archivaria: The Journal of the Association of Canadian Archivists, May 10, 2020. Listening to Snow Nine Art Exhibitions to Be Excited About In 2020, NOW Magazine, Jan 2, 2020. What To Do in Toronto This Week , NOW Magazine, Jan 13, 2020. The Best Weekend Events in Toronto: January 17-19, NOW Magazine, Jan 16, 2020. The Experimentalism of Michael Snow, National Gallery of Canada Magazine, March 26, 2020. Lorenza Böttner: Requiem for the Norm What to See In 2020, Canadian Art, January 7, 2020. Overcoming History’s Limitations: Lorenza Böttner’s Requiem For the Norm, Artoronto, Feb 18, 2020. Lorenza Böttner Exhibit in Toronto, Kelly and Company Podcast, March 16, 2020 Night of Ideas Explore What It Means to be Alive at the Night of Ideas, NOW Magazine, January 16, 2020 What To Do in Toronto This Week: January 20-25, NOW Magazine, January 20, 2020. La Nuit des Idées Revient à l’Université de Toronto Samedi, l-express, January 22, 2020. La Nuit des Idées Invite à L’exploration des Arts et de la Culture, Le Metropolitain, January 27, 2020. A Night of Ideas: Being Alive, Student Life @ UofT, January 30, 2020. Le Balado “Les couilles sur la table” Explore Les Masculinités, CBC Radio-Canada, February 1, 2020. Plastic Hearts What Does It Mean to Make Art Green?, CBC Arts, January 21, 2020. Miao Ying Interview with Miao Ying, Canadian Art, April 20, 2020 (Print). Institutional Take a Virtual Tour Through Toronto Galleries And Museums, NOW Magazine, April 6, 2020. Mikinaak Migwans Appointment (Radio Interview), ELMNT FM, aired June 8, 2020. John Hampton Appointment at the Mackenzie Art Gallery (Interview), Canadian Art, July 3, 2020. Collections “We Were Here; We Exist. This is How We Were” Robert Giard’s Portraits of LGBTQ2S+ Authors and Writers, University of Toronto Faculty of Arts and Sciences, June 17, 2020. Touring Exhibitions “Kent Monkman’s exhibition Shame and Prejudice highlights Indigenous experience through colonization.” Globe and Mail, 14 August 2020.