The Scottsdale Independent’s weekly “Meet the Artist” featuring Antonin Fourneau, the Paris-based artist behind Waterlight Graffiti.
Lynn Trimble of Phoenix New Times does a comprehensive guide of Canal Convergence.
Kristine Cannon of the Scottsdale Progress writes about the sustainability aspects of Canal Convergence.
Audria Newbold of SRP writes a blog post about Canal Convergence.
Kim Boganey, director of Scottsdale Public Art and Kristina Ricci, the lead artist for Walter Productions’ Water Serpent appearance on Arizona PBS’s Arizona Horizon program with Ted Simons.
The Scottsdale Independent continues its weekly “Meet the Artist” features Nicole A Banowetz, who will be bringing Permutate to Canal Convergence.
The City’s Scottsdale Update mentions Canal Convergence.
KJZZ’s The Show featured a segment on Canal Convergence. Listen here.
AZ Family interviewed Kim Boganey, director of Scottsdale Public Art and Kirk Strawn on Walter Productions on the morning show. See interview.
Media hits from KTAR.
The weekly artist features in the Scottsdale Independent continue with Local Light and Canal Convergence workshop artist Eli Richard.
Local First Arizona featured the One Water Brewing Showcase in a blog post.
Arizona Republic article shares a collection of photos from the first weekend of Canal Convergence:
The Scottsdale Independent ran the last of six Meet the Artist interviews. This one features Casey Farina, one of the Local Light artists who also designed a piece for the Light Up the Night event at Canal Convergence.
Alexis Sclamberg mentioned Canal Convergence in a story about her trip to Scottsdale on Thrive Global, an online publication founded by Arianna Huffington.
Lynn Trimble of the Phoenix New Times mentioned Walter Productions’ Artist Talk in a roundup of Third Friday art events in the Phoenix area.
Dani Cutler of Phoenix New Times mentioned Canal Convergence in her Local Dish column.