Selected Publications


Crossing to Safety, Review by Amber Imrie-Situnayake , Venison Magazine, April, 2016 
“The Use of Photography in Advancing Human Rights,” New Tactics in Human Rights Conversation, 2015
MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing, Book; Art 4 All People, ed. By Ceylan Huyla & Lisa Rasmussen, 2014

"Human Rights Made Strikingly Visible at Berkeley Show," by Andrew Gilbert, Berkeleyside, August 2, 2014
KALW radio, “Your Call:  How can photography impact the struggle for human rights around the globe?” interview with Eric Stover, Alexa Koenig, and Jean-Marie Simon about Envisioning Human Rights, August 25, 2014
SF Gate (San Francisco Chronicle), August 28, 2014, “Documentary Photo Show a First for Berkeley Law.” 
California Magazine, Sept. 3, 2014, “Don't Look Away” 
Berkeley Newscenter, Sept. 3, 2014, Barry Bergman, “Envisioning Human Rights frames resilience of ‘societies under siege’” 
L’Oeil de la Photography, October 30, 2014
“All Natural: Work by Pamela Blotner and Sam Perry," Events, LamorindaWeb, Lafayette and Moraga, CA
“Animalia, Group Exhibition” by Marjorie Kaye, Abstracks
“Animal Attractions,” By Cate McQuaid, Theater & Art Section, The Boston Globe, January 21, 2014
“A Taste of the Odd, Pamela Blotner and Jim Rosenau” by Diane Leys, Tri-City Voice, Fremont, Hayward, Newark, CA, May 8, 2012
“Pamela Blotner: Tactile Legends: Global Ideas in Sculpture” by Jaclyn Tobia, Tikkun Daily
“Adding More Eco Art to Our Budding Collection”, by Krista Van Tassel, Wells Fargo Environmental Forum
"Pamela Blotner, Mining the Collection: An Archaeology of the Senses" ARTSlant, April 4, 2010
"Scents and Sensibility: Artist Pamela Blotner," Body and Soul, East Bay Express, April 7 – 13, 2010, pg. 24.
"2010 Axis Invitational," Art Picks, Midtown Monthly, March 2010, Pg. 28.
"No Politics or Sex: Art feels Myanmar Junta's Grip, Associated press, August 9, 2009 
Cover Illustration, So We Never Forget: A Population-Based Survey on Attitudes About Peace, Justice and Social Reconstruction In Cambodia, The Human Rights Center, University of California, Berkeley; Payson Center for International Development, Tulane University, and International Center for Transitional Justice, December 2008.
Catalog Essay, "The Art of Tin Win", Golden Triangle Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand, Nov., 2008
Cover Illustration, So We Never Forget: A Population-Based Survey on Attitudes About Peace, Justice and Social Reconstruction In Cambodia, The Human Rights Center, University of California, Berkeley; Payson Center for International Development, Tulane University, and International Center for Transitional Justice, December 2008.
"Places at the Table: Asian Women Artists and Gender Dynamics", Institute of East Asian Studies
Cover Illustration, Living With Fear: A Population-Based Survey on Attitudes About Peace, Justice and Social Reconstruction In Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, The Human Rights Center, University of California, Berkeley; Payson Center for International Development, Tulane University, and International Center for Transitional Justice, August 2008.
"Burma's Artists Work in Shadow of Their Sadness," Jacob Baynham, WORLD section, San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, April 9, 2008, pg. A13.
Pamela Blotner Live Interview, "Protests Along Torch Route." , KGO AM 810, San Francisco, CA.
"Pamela Blotner, Artist/Activist," Interview with Michael Woodson, LivingArt, KPFT, Houston, TX. Pacifica Radio
"Art Briefs: Lafayette Sculpture Exhibition," Contra Costa Times, March 2007.
Catalogue Essay for "Sonny Nyein: Contemporary Sculptures of Myanmar," Suvannabhumi Art Gallery. Chiang Mai, Thailand. May, 2007.
"Leading Burmese sculptor exhibits in Chiang Mai," Chaing Mai Mail, Vol. VI No. 11, Tuesday, May 2007.
"A Conversation with Pamela Blotner, Artist/Activist" (playlistId 215276636) Art Talk with Richard Kamler
Women Environmental Artists Directory, 2007
"Beijing Yan Ze, China Animation and New Media Arts, " June, 2006
"Exploring Sculpture & Animation Based on Pixar University, Pamela Blotner and Monte James," Alia Lee, CGWorld Magazine, Vol. 52/Sept, 2006 Pg.12-16.
"Sculpture Program Offers a Versatile Art," USF News, University of San Francisco,
"Crafts National," Exhibition Catalogue, Cindi Morrison, Executive Director, Lancaster museum of Art, Lancaster, PA.2006.
"Pamela Blotner and Don Hahn," Special Guests of the China International Animation Conference from Abroad:" by R. Yan, CGWorld Magazine, Vol. 42, August 2005, PG. 4.
"Pamela Blotner and Students," by Kathleen Kelleher, San Francisco Foghorn, Vol. 102 Issue 7, October 27, 2005, pg. 1
"Art out of Rubble: Artistic Expression in the Aftermath of War and Mass Atrocity," Pamela Blotner, 15th Seminar, University of Tokyo, Komaba
"Beijing Yan Ze Hosts Pixar University Professor Pamela Blotner in China to Present a Lecture Series to New Media Students and New Media and Animation Industry Professionals at Beihang University June, 2005," BYZ Events
"Art Out of Rubble," in My Neighbor, My Enemy, Justice and Community in the Aftermath of Mass Atrocity, Eric Stover and Harvey Weinstein, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2004)
"New Sculpture," Los Altos Town Crier, October 6, 2004
"Berkeley Artists' Exhibition Captures Visions on Paper," Weekend Edition, Berkeley Daily Planet, August 1-4, 2003, pg. 10.
"Emeryville Introduces Public Art Program," News Section, ArtWeek, September 2003, pg. 32.
"California's Most Talented," by Eric Kurhi, The Berkeley Voice, August 8, 2003.
"The Big Tree Becomes Art," by Hannah Craddick, Diablo Arts, July-September 2003, pg. 27.
"Human Nature: Memory/Cycles/Science," by Debra Koppman, Artweek, July/August 2002, pg. 6.
"Gravity's Pull," Critic's Choice, Art & Entertainment, The San Francisco Examiner, October 13, 2000.
"Exhibit!" Bay City Best, Top Picks for the Upcoming Week, The San Francisco Examiner, October 15, 2000.
"The Whole Tree," by Pamela Blotner, in WoodWork Magazine, March, 2000.
Wiley, William T. and Mary Hull Webster, What Good Is Art?, (Berkeley: The Oakland Museum and Studio DotWiz, 1999.)
"The Sound of Things Slowing Down: Show at Art Institute Contemplates the Spiritual," by Jesse Hamlin, The San Francisco Chronicle, September 4, 1999.
"Gallery and Museum Join Efforts in Exhibition," by Catherine P. Jacobson, The Contra Costa Times, June 18, 1999, pg. 12.
"Hot Dates," Arts Section, San Francisco Chronicle, June 18, 1999, page 16.
"Sculpting A Path Out of Life," by T.J. Besler, The Daily Iowan, March 8, 1999.
Once Upon A Time, Exhibition Catalog, Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Anchorage, Alaska, 1998.
Map in The Graves, by Eric Stover and Gilles Peress, (Geneva and New York: Scalo Publishers, 1998.)
"Artists Strut Their Stuff on East Bay Tour," by Barbara Hass The San Francisco Chronicle, June 3, 1998, pg. 12.
"The Wizardry of John Cedarquist," by Pamela Blotner, Woodwork, April, 1998.