2023  “The Transformative Memory Distinguished Speaker Series” Social Justice Institute at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada.

2023 “Ann Arbor Art and Feminism Wiki Edit-a-thon”, U-M Library and Digital Studies Institute U-M, Ann Arbor, USA.

2023  “Augmented Reality for Community Memory in the Face of Repression”, Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Conference, Pratt Institute, New York.

2023 Selected CARE USA and Rockefeller Foundation Arts for Gender Equality Fellow and Bellagio Center Resident 

Against Forgetting: Grassroots Opposition to State Oppression in Latin America and Iran.” Southern Exposure, San Francisco, USA, April 1st, 2023. 

2023 Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) Immersive Impact Award Winner,  Creative Advocacy Jury Award Winner,  Winner of the Jury Award for Journalistic Achievement

The Aesthetics of Resistance: Artists Respond to Armed Conflict at Home” College Arts Association (CAA), New York, February 17th, 2023.

2022 AIGA 365 A Year in Design – Social Design Category WinnerAmerican Institute of Graphic Arts, New York, 2022.

Keynote Speaker: The Immersive Campus of the Future: DEI, Extended Reality and Student Success in Minority-Serving Institutions Conference, Florida International University, December 4–6, 2022.

2022 U-M Public Art and Engagement: Faculty and Staff Fellowship organized by U-M Arts Initiative, University of Michigan Museum of Art, and Philadelphia-based organization Monument Lab, 2022.

Consultant Ethical and Responsible Research for Augmented Reality, National Science Foundation Grant earned by the Expressive Computation Lab at UC Santa Barbara, 2022.

“Practice Based Research, Activism and Transmedia creation in the search for Justice in Nicaragua”, Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (a2ru) National Conference: Exploring Artistic Research, Michigan, 2022.

Museums, resistance and documentation,” Museums under Pressure Conference, Federation of International Human Rights Museum, 2022. 

AMA Construye la Memoria, Narrar el Futuro, Festival de Nuevos Medios Colombia, 2022.

Aqui Junto al Agua y AMA Construye la Memoria, VR Mexico Fest, 2022.

Visual Memory and Protest Art. Centre for Memory Narrative and History, University of Brighton, 2022. 

Article available “Mujeres, madres y feministas en Nicaragua: resistiendo desde la construcción de la memoria y la lucha contra la impunidad” Book “Feminismos, memoria y resistencia en América Latina. Tomo 2. Narrar para no olvidar: memoria y movimientos de mujeres y feministas”,  Centro de Estudios Superiores de Mexico y Centroamérica, 2022.

Event “Archives of/in Revolt”. Archives of the Commons, Archives to Come. Southern Conceptualisms Network and Reina Sofía National Museum and Art Center, Madrid, Spain.

Event “Flashpoint: Nicaragua” Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies, Michigan University.

Exposición en Costa Rica rinde homenaje a fallecidos durante protestas en Nicaragua”, France 24, 2021. 

¡Abril no se olvida! Libro recuerda a víctimas nicaragüenses”, La Nación, Costa Rica, 2021. 

Episode #31 – AMA y No Olvida, Museum of Memory against ImpunityCentral American Voices Podcast, 2021.

Mujeres construyendo memoria en CentroaméricaLa Corriente Feminista, Cuerpos Sinverguenzas Podcast, 2021. 

Podcast: AMA y Construye la memoria”, Se hace Camino al Andar, Delfino CR, Costa Rica, 2021. 

¡Abril no se olvida! Libro recuerda a víctimas nicaragüenses”, La Nación, Costa Rica, 2021. 


Museum of Memory dedicated to victims of state violence wins prize in Nicaragua”, The Art Newspaper, 2020. 

Museo sobre víctimas de las protestas contra Ortega gana premio en Nicaragua”, EFE, 2020.

“Protecting the most vulnerable: What it takes to make a case under the US asylum system”, San Diego Union Tribune, 2020. 

El Museo de la Memoria contra la Impunidad que rinde homenaje a las víctimas del régimen de Daniel Ortega”, Univision, 2019

Nicaragua: “Madres de Abril” abren Museo de la Memoria”, Deutsche Welle, 2019.

Un museo por la memoria y contra la impunidad en Nicaragua”, El País, 2019.

Inauguran el Museo de la Memoria contra la Impunidad “AMA y No Olvida” en Managua”, CNN,2019.

Inauguran en Nicaragua museo memoria sobre víctimas de protesta contra Ortega”, EFE, 2019.

Interviews & work reviews

Ruberg, Bonnie. 2020. “Making Games about Queer Women of Color by Queer Women of Color”, Tonia B****** + Emilia Yang, The Queer Games Avant-Garde: LGBTQ Video Game Makers and the Future of Interactive Media. Duke University Press p.153-162.

Arkee, Donna. 2019. “w3 wi11 ov3rf10w ur cistem g4t3s: The Hackers of Resistance.” American Quarterly 71.1: 287-294.

Valley, Lauren. 2018. Electric Women, “Time to Escalate”.

Dambrot, Shana Nys. 2017. “Animating the Archives: The Woman’s Building,” Art and Cake.

Muchnic, Suzanne. 2017. “Wondering Women: ‘Animating the Archives’ Channeled the Energy of Feminist Activity in L.A. from 1975 to 1991”, Artnews

Ohanesian, Liz. 2017. “Young Creatives Are Using Games to Take on Issues Like Racism and the Refugee Crisis”, LAWeekly.

Jones, Kevin. 2017. “#Time2Escalate: Interactive Game Shows How Activism Requires Collaboration,” KQED Arts

Unbordered Imaginaries: Engagements Across the US/Mexico Border”, Civic Imagination Project“. Annenberg School of Journalism and Communications, USC, Los Angeles, 2017.

Young Creatives Are Using Games to Take on Issues Like Racism and the Refugee Crisis”, LAWeekly, 2017.

Political Memories and Imaginative Futures Through Playful Methodologies”, Information Studies Colloquium UCLA, 2017.

ThinkIndie: Games and Politics: Where Do We Stand?, Indiecade Festival Panel, 2017.

#Time2Escalate: Interactive Game Shows How Activism Requires Collaboration,” KQED. 2017

Poema Colectivo: Revolución or becoming the structure” HTWW, Held Together with water, Le Commun, Geneva, Switzerland (2017).

La Cultura del Sandinismo in Nicaragua – Teorías y Testimonios“, H-Soz- i- Kult, Communication and subject information for the history sciences, 2017

Marias Clandestinas, Shared Futures: Practices And Methods For Participatory Speculative Design, Converge: Disciplinarities and Digital Scholarship, 2017.

Mapping Oppression in women game players, creators, and characters” Panel, South Bay Conference on Gender: Gender in Video Games, 2017

“Downtown Browns: Diversifying Interactive Media and Mapping Oppression”, Queerness and Games Conference as part of the Queer Game Creation Post-Mortems panel, 2017.

Generation Revolution, Film Screening discussion.

Watch: Downtown Browns,” Mask Magazine. 2016.

Downtown Browns,” USC Games. 2016.

“Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Videos Spotlight Women of Color” , Vice The Creators Project. December, 2016.

Additivist cookboook launched, December 2016.

FOUR HARD TRUTHS ABOUT FAKE NEWS, Alexandra Juhaz in collaboration with “Activism and Digital Culture” class, Professor Tara McPherson. November, 2016.

PATA, BETA, META Cartographies collective exhibition. November, 2016.

Downtown Browns. A creators’ profile by Eko. Interview. November, 2016.

By Any Media Necessary (Part Six): To Trump Trump’s Wall (and Hate)“, Henry Jenkins Blog.

Magic Circles of Life” IndieCade Gaming For Everyone Pavilion sponsored by Intel, 2016.

“Subjected to Play: Locating the Subject in the Promise of Play” Panel, First Forum Conference by USC SCA Critical Studies 2016

“Salon on Media Activism with LA hactivists/gamers and Geert Lovink”, Digital Humanities Claremont College, 2016

To Trump Trump’s wall. Designing a framework for participatory, co-creative media and political design practice ” HASTAC 2016. Impact: Variation, Innovation, Action, Arizona, USA (2016).

“Dialogue with digital creators of Mexico and Central America. Cyberculture, politics and intellectual property rights”, Cultural Transduction Conference, Colombia (2016).