Press

FAD Magazine, Interview- Social Protest: Julia Vogl on Why Art Can Change the World, November 6th, 2016

FMS- MAGAZINE, Interview- Creative London Feature, October 10th, 2016

ABC Channel 8, GOOD MORNING WASHINGTON, Preview of Tysons Tiles at Greensboro Green, with Eileen Whelan – watch it here June 28th, 2015

The Washington Post, In Tysons Corner, responsive art, Photo by Sarah L Voisin, June 24th 2015, ( front page of the Metro Section- not online)

The Washingtonian, Behind the Scenes: Tysons Tiles, Here’s how the massive community art project came together, by Angie Hillsman, June 25th 2015,

Fairfax County TV, Channel 16 WATCH HERE, July 7th, 2015

Fairfax County TV, Channel 16, WATCH HERE , May 20, 2015

FairFax County Times, Tysons Tiles Creates Opinionated art, By Kali Schumitz, May 20, 2015 ( also front page in print on May 22nd 2015)

Purple Revolver, The Art Car Boot Fair comes to Liverpool, article by Amy Thompson, June 21st, 2014

The Psycologist, published by the British Psychological Society, Exploring epilepsy through art and science, Review by Rosie Coleman, published June 2014

WIRED MAGAZINE, Epilepsy Myths busted at Art Exhibition, Article by Katie Collins, March 17th, 2014

Hong Kong Art Tutoring: Artist of the Week, Article by Gail Deyton, July 22nd 2013

Gazeta Krakowska, Grolsch ArtBoom Festival: art set off to conquer the city, Article by Luke Gazur, June 10th 2013

BBC radio 4 Newcastle: Jonathan Miles Show, May 16th 2013

Financial Times: An Expert Selection, a night at the museum, Article by Nick Stockman, May 10th, 2013

Culture 24: Museums at Night 2013: Julia Vogl on Bottles and Social Sculpture in Newcastle, Article by Mark Sheerin, May 3rd 2013

Blanc Magazine: Show Your True Colours with Julia Vogl, Article by Elysia Jenson, April 2013

The Journal: Art Lovers Vote to Bring Julia Vogl to Discovery Museum, Article by Barbara Hodgson, March 12th, 2013

Yorkshire Post: Creative Dynamo Launches New Art Prize in York, Article by Nick Ahad, March 8th, 2013

Elephant Magazine: Coming Out Fighting, Research PART III, feature Julia Vogl Article by Natasha Hoare & Marc Valli, issue 13, London UK, January 2013

Aesthetica Blog: Predicting the London Winter Weather, preview of Julia Vogl London Art Fair work with Hoxton Art Gallery, London UK, January 1 2013

MyChicCity.com The Art Crowd, feature on Julia Vogl, Article by Natasha Coyler, December 2012

Let’s Talk Live, Chanel 8: New Tradition for Downtown Silver Spring, November 12th 2012

WAMU 88.5FMArt Beat,  Lauren Landau on, November 9th 2012

The Patch: Recycled Bottles Christmas tree to be lit in Silver Spring, Article by Whitney Teal, November 9th 2012

Montgomery Gazette: Sculpture in Silver Spring Reflects Holiday Destination, Article by Virgina Terhune, November 7th 2012

aMUSE magazine: State of the Art, Article by Polly Glass in, volume 6, September 21, 2012

this is tomorrow, Contemporary art magazine: Jerwood Drawing Prize, Review by James Cahill, September 23rd, 2012

Rookiemag.co.uk: Artist Review: JULIA VOGL Article by Miranda Vane on July 13th 2012

The Independent: UK Entrepreneurs hope for fresh chances as Kickstarter crosses the Atlantic, Article by Adam Sherwin, July 10th 2012

THE TIMES: Arthouse Investments, Article by Claire Carponen, Friday July 6th 2012

The Art Newspaper: Winning Women, London Diary, Article by Louisa Buck, Issue No 236, June 2012

The Independent : Young, Gifted and British, Article by Jonathan Owen, London, April 29th 2012 ( print)

Aesthetica Blog: Interview with Julia Vogl, Winner of Aesthetica Creative Works Competition, Article by Bethany Rex, February 8th 2012

Spoonfed.co.uk: Art 2012: What should we expect from the London art scene in 2012?, Article by Tom Jeffreys, with Justin Hammond, December 12, 2011

Huffington Post UK: Crunch Time for the Art World, Article by Bianca Brigitte Bonomi, November 4th 2011

Artslyst.com: Has Charles Saattchi Lost his Senses, New Sensations Review, Review by Thomas Keane, London October 11th 2011

The Guardian: This summer’s degree shows: in the art of tomorrow, imagination triumph. The most striking works at the new college shows are not just good student efforts, but powerful works of art. Review by Jonathan Jones, London June 24th 2011