“...deceptively intelligent.” — Bret McCabe, Dallas Observer

"Along the way, the Arts Center has come to stand for many things: art as a continuing process, equal parts preservation of the past, presentation of the now, and preparation for the future; art as local, its definition reclaimed from the ruling classes and returned to the people; and, ultimately, art as expression, unfettered by boundaries." "Mixed Signals," by Matt Weitz, Dallas Observer, April 2001.

"Alum's Artwork Explores Violent Weather," by T. Eck, The Daily Campus, June 1988.

"Plaza Hosts Third Annual Sculpture Exhibit," Americas Monthly, July 1988.

"Violent Tornados and the Whirlwind: Kaleta Doolin,” by Ed Howard, Arts Dallas Magazine, Summer, 1988.

“A World of Black and White,” by Ellen Sweets, The Dallas Morning News, Feb. 1996.

"Where Rivers and Artists Meet," by Janet Kutner, Dallas Morning News, June 1996.

“Lost Art: Dallas’ most Compelling Art Museum is Hidden away in an Old East Dallas Firehouse,” by Matt Weitz, Dallas Observer, June 1996.

Introduction to the Pen Pals Installation Catalog, by Bill Verhelst, Vizivarosi Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1998.

"Bridge Building: A Tiny Studio Unites an East Dallas Neighborhood," by D. Architecture, The Dallas Morning News, August 2000.

The 5th Annual National Bridging the Gap Awards 2000 Awards Program Booklet.

Introduction to the Picture I.D.Catalog, University of Texas at Dallas, School of Arts and Humanities, March 2002.

Guidebook from the 16th Annual Dallas Video Festival, March 2003.

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