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2018

Lore Re-Imagined at the Wing Luke Museum
Susan Kunimatsu, International Examiner [June 20]

Sikh Captain America Fights Intolerance with Exhibit Wham! Bam! Pow!
Pinky Gupta, International Examiner [June 6]

Cartoonist Vishavjit Singh throws a mighty shield at hate as a Sikh Captain America
Lisa Edge, Real Change News [May 30]

Come out June 7 for the release of Walk Talk Y'all
The Seattle Review of Books [May 29]

Meet Wing Luke's People Connector, Christina Shimizu
James Ross Gardner, Seattle Met [May 22]

To Share Our Stories Is to Share Our History
Rhea Suh, NRDC Expert Blog [May 22]

CityStream: Honoring Wing Luke Museum
SeattleChannel.org [May 17]

Sikh Captain America fights intolerance and bigotry
Naomi Ishisaka, The Seattle Times [May 15]

Seattle beyond the Space Needle: Pick an itinerary and explore this summer
Crystal Paul, The Seattle Times [May 12]

Throwback Thursday: Art Talk with Roger Shimomura
PressReleasePoint [May 10]

An 'accidental cartoonist' fights racism, hate
Hallie Golden, crosscut.com [May 9]

Sikh Captain America's cartoons at Seattle's Wing Luke Museum
King5.com [May 7]

SAAFF Shows Encore Screenings of Audience and Jury Favorites from 2018
International Examiner [May 4]

The Panama Hotel is both a working hotel and a living museum
Meg Huygen, Curbed Seattle [April 30]

Wing Luke Announces New Exhibit Wham! Bam! Pow! Cartoons, Turbans & Confronting Hate
International Examiner [April 30]

Get ready to celebrate MayWorks 2018!
David Groves, The Stand [April 27]

Seattle's Wing Luke Museum to screen civil rights documentary
Taylor McAvoy, King5 [April 19]

The art of storytelling to find out who we are
Theresa Bakker, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner [April 1]

Woodland Park Zoo Joins The Seattle Public Library's Museum Pass Program
Americantowns.com [March 31]

When Bruce Lee was an unknown, everyday guy  
Ruby de Luna, Kuow [March 16]

Seattle's Must-See Exhibits This 2018 Season
Samantha Ladwig, The Culture Trip [March 15]

Japanese American Remembrance Trail Map shares history of JA Community in Seattle International Examiner [March 15] 
 
Announcement: Contact your Representatives in Congress to preserve funding for Japanese American Incarceration History 
International Examiner [March 14]   

'Sikh Captain America' will be visiting four Highline Public Schools this week 
Scott Schaefer, The Seatac Blog [March 5] 
 
History of Japanese-American detention comes to life in new story of ordinary object
Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [March 4] 
 
Lessons of the internment camps 
Tom Ikeda, The Seattle Times [February 15] 
 
'The Journal of Ben Uchida: Citizen 13559:' A Moving Story 
Gemma Alexander, ParentMap [February 14] 
 
The Bellevue Collection to honor Lunar New Year with music, dance and art 
Bellevue Reporter [February 9] 
 
Comedian W. Kamau Bell draw inspiration from Bruce Lee in Seattle 
Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [February 8] 
 
Nationally recognized leader will speak at Third Place Commons Annual Community Breakfast 
Shoreline Area News [February 6] 
 
Seattle Asian American Film Festival represents in Capitol Hill 
Michelle MacKinnon, Capitol Hill Times [February 4] 
 
Lucky You: Insider's Guide to Lunar New Year Festivals Around Seattle 
Jiaying Grygiel, ParentMap [February 1] 

Where to Explore Seattle's Cultural Connections 
Lara Hale, WhereTraveler [January 24] 

Tenement Museum projects tell stories of immigrants 
Billy Anania, app.com [January 4]

 

2017

Vince Schleitwiler, International Examiner [December 22]

The Seattle Times [December 18]

Chetanya Robinson, International Examiner [November 29]

Philanthropy News Digest [November 29]

Vince Schleitwiler, International Examiner [November 7]

Meg Van Huygen, Curbed Seattle [October 31]

Jacklyn Grambush, The Culture Trip [October 12]

The Stranger [October 9]

Susan Kunimatsu, International Examiner [October 5]

Mayumi Tsutakawa, International Examiner [September 15]

Mary Ann Gwinn, Crosscut.com [September 11]

Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times [September 7]

CityArts [September 5]

Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [August 23]

International Examiner, International Examiner [August 23]

Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 22]

Public Now, Public Now [August 21]

Alan Berner, The Seattle Times [August 21]

Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 15]

Knute Berger, Crosscut [August 13]

Roxanne Ray, The International Examiner [August 4]

The Resident: Travel Guide to Seattle by Henry Art Gallery Director Sylvia Wolf
Blouin Artinfo, Blouin Artinfo [August 2]

Alan Chong Lau, International Examiner [August 2]

Aya Bisbee, International Examiner [August 2]

Beth Brunton, Real Change [August 1]

Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 1]

News Desk, BroadwayWorldly [August 1]

International Examiner, International Examiner [July 26]

The Wing Luke Museum, The Seattle Times [July 26]

Chizu Omori, International Examiner [July 24]

International Examiner, International Examiner [July 24]

Brendan Kiley, The Seattle Times [July 19]

Ryan Yamamoto, KOMO News [July 19]

Carpe Diem, Carpe Diem [July 19]

Happy Hour Food Walk - July
Carpe Diem, Carpe Diem [July 19]

AmericaTowns [July 13]

Knute Berger, Seattle Magazine [July 12]

ArtsDaily [July 12]

Seattle's Most Unsung 'Park' is Hidden in This Pioneer Square Hotel
Real Estate Tourism [July 12]

International Examiner, International Examiner [July 10]

Asian Art Leaders Respond to Madame Butterfly
Carpe Diem [July 8]

Mary Ann Gwinn, The Seattle Times [July 5]

Kareem Gantt, AXS [July 2]

Nichi Bey Weekly, Nichi Bey Weekly [June 21]

Greg Hill, NewsMiner [June 20]

Public Now, Public Now [June 19]

Thay Cheam, International Examiner [May 18]


2016


2015


2014


What Is Lead Pencil Studio Doing in the Basement of the Wing Luke Museum? An Interview with Installation Artists Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo
Jen Graves, The Stranger [March 5]

Echoes and Loss: The Visceral Vibrations of Two New Exhibits
Jen Graves, The Stranger [February 26]

Jen Graves, The Stranger [February 19]

Tacoma Art Museum gives Chinese robes to the Chinese Reconciliation Project under care of the Wing Luke Museum
Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune [January 27]

Lunar New Year Celebration in Seattle’s International District
Roberta Romero,  King5.com [January 25]

Celebrate Chinese New Year in Seattle
Andrea Brown, The Herald [January 25]

Short Stack: Maslenitsa blini and Japanese okonomiyaki
Leslie Seaton, Fresh-Picked Seattle [January 24]

Seattle Times [January 23]

Fun Japanese Cooking Class Plus BONUS Uwajimaya Grocery Trip
Michele Costanza, Seattle PI [January 19]

Japanese Pancake Lunch + Tour with Shirley Karasawa of Lovely Lanvin
Myra Kohn, Seattle Bon Vivant [January 15]

2 Hapa Parents and 19 Hapa artists: Our Visit to War Baby / Love Child at the Wing Luke
Sharon Chang, Multiracial Asian Families Blog [January 12]

11 Best Places to See Art in Seattle
Taylor Goldblatt, US City Traveler [January 11]

Reflections on Leading Tours About Race
Andrea Kim Taylor, WestMuse Blog [January 2]


2013

A Chilling Audio Tour of Our Past
Sarah Stuteville, The Seattle Times [December 6]

'Thirty-nine Questions for White People' artist Naima Lowe: 'Who gets to be white hasn't always been the same'
Prachi Gupta, Salon [December 5]

Roldy Ablao, Mixed Nation [December 3]

Museum Exchange: Incorporating Community Voices
Laura Lantz, Seattle's Emerging Museum Professionals Blog [December 2]

Say Cheese! 14 Photo-worthy Santas Worth the Wait
Erin Cranston, Red Tricycle [November 28]

Commentary: Add a touch of history and heritage to Thanksgiving
Curtis S. Chin, Northwest Asian Weekly [November 23]

Artist Creates Book of Thirty-Nine Questions for White People
Jamilah King, Colorlines [November 13]

Mixing Racial Messages
Ryan Wong, Hyperallergic [October 30]

More museums, from masters of the sky to gold diggers
Madeline McKenzie, The Seattle Times [October 26]

Seattle's Pacific Science Center and Wing Luke Museum talk about race in science and art
Rosemary Ponnekanti, Tacoma News Tribune [October 15]

Exporing Asian Sweets in the ID
Jay Friedman, Seattle Weekly [October 9]

Can't Have One Without the Other: Two Seattle exhibits about race
Sharon Chang, ParentMap [October 9]

Teenage wasteland: Museums and adolescent identity formation
Dylan High, Incluseum [October 2]

Your defensiveness is our command: Talking about race in Seattle
Jenn Graves, The Stranger [October 1]

8 Underrated Museums of the Pacific Northwest
Brad Nehring, Pacsafe [Septmeber 21]

War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art
Grace Hwang Lynch, Mixed Nation [September 19]

Behind the Curtain: Race is common theme in local exhibits
Jessica Davis, City Living Seattle [September 19]

Arts Etc.
Alan Lau, International Examiner [September 19]

Mixed Race is not less, but more race: 'War Baby/Love Child' exhibit offers an enriched perspective on mixed-race Asian Americans
Minh Nguyen, International Examiner [September 4]

Globetrotting the Northwest: 8 Fall Cross-Cultural Excursions
E. Ashley Steel and Bill Richards, ParentMap [September]

Art at Wing Luke Museum explores mixed-race heritage
Robert Ayers, The Seattle Times [August 19]

War Baby/Love Child: Q&A with curator Laura Kina
Paulina Phelps, The Seattle Globalist [August 8]

Is George Zimmerman white, Latino or mixed race? Depends on who you ask.
LeiLani Nishime, The Seattle Globalist [August 1]

Under My Skin: The Wing Luke Considers Race in America
Matt Matsuda, City Arts Blog [August 1]

Seattle museum's commitment to the community: 'We are all in'
The Kresge Foundation Blog [July 31]

Community Spotlight: Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Amerasia Journal [July]

You don’t have to be mixed-race to have a mixed identity
Maggie Thorpe, The Seattle Globalist [June 24]

Homage to a Bitter Heritage: The real story of early Chinese immigrants' harrowing lives
Ron Judd, The Seattle Times [June 23]

Business of Art Featured Organization: Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
James Ciano, New York Foundation for the Arts [June 12]

Under My Skin Artists Explore Race in the 21st Century
Susan Platt, Art and Politics Now [June]

Under My Skin places viewers face to face with complex issue of race
Shin Yu Pai, Northwest Asian Weekly [May 30]

Exhibit aims to dispel myths, preserve Filipino heritage
Albert Lacao, Jr. City Living Seattle [May 30]

'Under My Skin,' the Wing Luke
Danielle Palmer-Friedman, UW Daily [May 12]

Seattle's Top 10 Attractions
Kristin Jackson, The Seattle Times [May 10]

Doing Something Right
Robert Celaschi, Puget Sound Business Journal [May 3]

Sights Seeing: Experiencing Seattle's New Attractions
Michele Andrus Dill and Jennifer Worick, Alaska Airlines Magazine [May]

A Place in Forever: The historic Wing Luke Museum in Seattle gains federal recognition from the Department of the Interior
Chelsea Hawkins, KoreAm [March]

Park Service partners with museum in Seattle to tell Asian-American story
The Bellingham Herald [February 17]

Passing the torch
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [February 15]

Rhea Suh, a product of the American Dream
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [February 15]

Year of the Snake: Celebrating Chinese New Year
A Bullseye View [February 11]

Wing Luke Museum Receives Federal Recognition
Allie Ferguson, KUOW [February 11]

U.S. Interior Secretary announces new cultural study at Wing Luke Museum
Q13 Fox News [February 10]

Wing Luke now partner with park service
Jack Broom, The Seattle Times [February 10]

Seattle's Wing Luke museum now part of Nat'l Park Service
Kelly Koopmans, KOMO News [February 10]

Seattle's Wing Luke Museum now part of National Park Service
King5.com [February 10]

Secretary Salazar to Unveil New Asian American Pacific Islander Initiative, Make Major Announcement about Wing Luke Museum in Seattle
U.S. Department of the Interior [February 7]

Federal recognition for Seattle's Wing Luke Museum
The Seattle Times [February 7]

National Parks to recognize Wing Luke Museum
Jack Broom, The Seattle Times [February 6]

It's Lunar New Year!
Wenda Reed, Seattle's Child [February 5]

New Years All Year Round
The Asian Reporter [February 4]

2013 Lunar New Year events in Seattle continue
Shannon Chavez, Examiner.com [February 4]

Bank of American Launches the 16th Season of Museums on Us
Market Watch [January 30]

Fashion Night at the Wing Showcases local designers
Elizabeth Wang, Northwest Asian Weekly [January 24]

Fashion Night at the Wing
Lillian Young, Seattle Chinese Times [January 23]

From workroom to runway, Wing Luke honors Asian influences on fashion
Judy Vue, The Seattle Globalist [January 14]

2012


Wing Luke exhibit focuses on hidden Asian poverty
Rosette Royale, Real Change News [December 26]

George Nakashima exhibit unveils the grain of a true craftsman
Nancy Worssam, The Seattle Times [September 21]

Beyond the Book
Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune [September 21]

14 top entertainment picks for the week of Sept. 16-22, 2012
The Seattle Times [September 16]

George Nakashima: Soul of a Tree
Susan Kunimatsu, International Examiner [September 6]

Wing Luke's 'Fashion' exhibit features designers' garments -- and their stories
Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times [August 26]

Coalition calls for designation of Wing Luke Museum as historical site
Northwest Asian Weekly [May 21]

A sweet fortune: Chinatown-International District educates, enchants Seattle
Gwen Davis, City Living Seattle [April 25]

Wing Luke Museum receives grant to preserve stories of WWII veterans and internees
Northwest Asian Weekly [April 2]

Seattle Scholar Takes on Modern Mochi
Hanna Raskin, Seattle Weekly [January 30]

More Than Just Uwajimaya
Janelle Wetzstein, City Living Seattle [January 18]

The Atypical Wing Luke Museum shared immigrant community's history
Janelle Wetzstein, City Living Seattle [January 17]
                                                                                                                                                                                                     

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