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Critical Reviews, Interviews, and Artist Talks

California Magazine, “What Began as Family Trauma Becomes Celebrated Art:

Cynthia Brannvall's haunting textile work evokes our most pressing struggles.”

By Emily Wilson

Cynthia Brannvall Artist Talk:                                                                                         2021

Meaning in Materials; Textile Paintings and Sculptures

International Womans Day Foothill College 

Cynthia Brannvall & Scott Lankford in conversation                                                 2021

Black History Month, Foothill College

Cynthia Brannvall, Identity and Collage                                                                        2021

Black History Month, Foothill College

Artist Talk 3D Foundations Foothill College                                                                2020

Politically Charged Q&A                                                                                                  2020

Stanford GEN Channel 2 min preview Scott Lankford PhD interviews                   2020

artist / art historian Professor ​Cynthia Brannvall 

Stanford GEN Channel full interview Scott Lankford PhD interviews.                    2020

artist/ art historian Professor Cynthia Brannvall 

Us: What divides us and what unites us?                                                                         2020

International Virtual Juried Exhibit at Touchstone Gallery

Art & Life with Cynthia Brannvall, Voyage LA                                                               2018

Interview with Katherine Williams, curator and Josh Ryder, curator                          2016

“LandEscape” Contemporary Art Review                                                 


BCB Team, “Stunning New Art Exhibit Aims to Show how                                        2016

the Black Woman is  God”

Christina Williams, Huffington Post                                                                                 2016

“The Black Woman is God, A Needed Exhibit”


Creo Noveno, KQED Arts                                                                                                  2016

“Women Are Empowered, Vulnerable and ‘Perfect’ at Galería de la Raza”

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