Murals at Dane County juvenile detention center encourage youth to 'look within'
by Abigail Becker | The Cap Times | April 20, 2019

IN DEPTH: Local artists share stories, struggles
by Erica Dynes | Reedsburg Times-Press | March 13, 2019

Reedsburg committee approves arts display for festival
by Erica Dynes | Reedsburg Times-Press | February 27, 2019

This festival aims to bridge the urban-rural political divide ‘in a time of rot’
by Jeffrey Brown | PBS News Hour | November 2, 2018

Thousands journey to Driftless Area for culture, agriculture and political subtext
by Mary Louise Schumacher | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 8, 2018

Art in the wild: 23 public installations to see this fall
by Cindy Widner | Curbed Austin | Oct 4, 2018

City to Install 23 Temporary Public Artworks Across Austin This Fall
Sightlines | August 29, 2018

TEMPO Returns to Austin with More Than Double the Art
by Paula Newton | Glasstire | August 31, 2018

Students Explore Science of Natural World While Building Large Sculptural Installations East City Arts | May 17, 2018

The Nature of Art - Bioinspired artist Peter Krsko
by Steven Potter | Wisconsin People and Ideas | Summer 2017

Maker Faire: You’re gonna make it after all
by Hannah H. Kim | Isthmus | May 4, 2017

Art Springs Up at Olbrich Gardens
by John Hart | Wisconsin State Journal | May 3, 2017

Zoethica bridges the gap between art and science
by Amanda Finn| Wisconsin State Journal | Apr 30, 2017

Artist/scientist Peter Krsko bends nature to his will
by Michael Muckian | Wisconsin Gazette | April 9, 2017

The Art of Beehives, Foam, & Bubbles: An Interview with Peter Krsko
by Miriam Krause | Sustainable Nano Podcast | March 31, 2017

Students Find Inspiration in Special Class Merging Science, Nature and Art
by Kelly April Tyrrell | UW Press | March 9, 2017

Q&A: Artist Peter Krsko finds the art in science, and the science in art
by Rob Thomas | The Capital Times | March 5, 2017

UW Arts Institute’s artist in residence looks to blend nature, art
by Frances Smith | The Badger Herald | Mar 3, 2017

Former Fellow Follow-Up with Artist Peter Krsko, PhD
by Shana Spindler (The NICHD Connection 10-04-2016)

Writers and performers help release inmates’ locked-up creativity
by Rosanne Skirble (The Wash Post 09-07-2016)

Mural Honors Langley Park’s Diversity
by Christina Scheltema (East City Arts 01-27-2016)

Flower Avenue Murals Embellish Silver Spring Neighborhood
by Raisa Camargo (Gazzette 01-05-2014)

Farm/Art DTour a Marriage of Agriculture and Culture
by Mary Louise Schumacher ( Journal Sentinel 10-17-2014)

Creative programs relieve stress for prisoners, provide art for community
by Virginia Terhune (Gazette 04-30-2014)

Takoma Park Street Mural
by Takoma Park City Television (Montgomery Community Media 04-29-2013)

Giant murals have outsized effects on local neighborhoods
by Rachel Sadon (ElevationDC 03-12-2013)

One on One: Making Murals to Transform a City
by Shilpi Paul (Urban Turf 03-18-2013)

Murals in Washington DC
by Philippa Thomas (BBC World News April 2010)

Artist Giving DC A Hand At Voting
by Wisdom Martin (Fox News 04-14-2010)

Legal graffiti artists create murals around D.C.
by Ann Cameron Siegal (The Washington Post 01-15-2010)

A Boundary Redrawn: Edgewood Mural Is Largest Ever in Washington
by Dan Zak (The Washington Post 08-23-09)

D.C. Mural Jam Aims to Create Positive Venue for Graffiti Art - by Martin Ricard (The Washington Post 08-20-09)

Edgewood Mural
by David Furst (NPR, Metro Connection on WAMU 07-17-09)

(c) Peter Krsko 2018