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In the News

New York Times

Aruna d'Souza, “What to See in NYC Galleries Right Now,”

June 22, 2022. "Art We Saw This Summer," July 13, 2022


Textile Society of America

"I Was India: Embroidering Exoticism." September 29, 2020



"Six Bay Area Art Shows to See in 2020." January 2, 2020


New York Times

Will Heinrich, “What to See in NYC Galleries Right Now,”

April 15, 2022. "Art We Saw This Spring," June 8, 2022


Architectural Digest

“Step Inside a Family’s Sophisticated Santa Cruz Getaway,” July/August 2020


Visual Art Source

"Kira Dominguez Hultgren." June 2018


New York Times

Roberta Smith, "On Governors Island, Art Interventions Are Everywhere," May 6, 2021.


SF Chronicle

"MSP opens first group gallery show in atrium, launches virtual portal." July 6, 2020


SF Gate

“Identity and History on Display at SOMArts Show.” Sept 2018

Interviews/Artist Panels

American Tapestry Alliance

Artist Talk: Terribly Productive Loss - Weaving at Loose Ends

"I see it as my job not to lose the intangible pieces of identity if I can help it. As the weaver, I create fabric to capture the dust that falls out of memories and written documentation."


Textile Talks

Artist Talk: Restorying Textiles

"Dominguez Hultgren discusses the significance of arts-based research, textile archives, and how her creative practice intersects craft and contemporary art."


San Jose Museum of Quilt and Textile

"To weave with competing unequal materials is to reflect a lived experience of ongoing U.S. colonialism supported by unequal histories.  Some histories go unheard, unseen, while other histories seemingly become the whole story."


NADA House

Artist Talk: Make Room

"Kira Dominguez Hultgren will discuss the use of textiles in contemporary art as well as in her own artwork installed at NADA House on Governors Island."


de Young Museum

"The Art of Textiles," panel discussion hosted by curator Jill D'Alessandro


CCA Alumni Spotlight

"I hear the artists speak through their weaving. I weave so I can keep the conversation with them going and bring that conversation to larger contemporary art audiences."


Textile Arts

Interview with Kira Dominguez Hultgren by Maria Rosaria Roseo (originally published in Italian and English)."The artist reflects on the history of colonialism, on the destructive impact which lead to an inevitable, synthetic assimilation and globalization, erasing borders, peoples and cultural identities."

Kira Dominguez Hultgren - About

The Hopper Prize

"Kira Dominguez Hultgren discusses a diverse education, the intimacy of weaving & the impact of mentorship, the performance of identity, & evolving cultural touch points."


Read in Stitches

Kira Dominguez Hultgren on Faith Ringgold's Dinner at Gertrude Stein's (1991). Published 2021 in the Feral Fabric Journal, vol. 3.

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