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Cover Story
Rania Hassan Knits Connections
by Sandra Mackus, Netherlands, #262 Winter 2022

Home & Design
Ties That Bind: Rania Hassan takes the art of hand-knitting to new heights
By Tina Coplan, November/December 2021

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
Maker Talk
Creating Rania Hassan’s “Marker” [video]
November 29, 2021

The Washington Post
Artists pair up to create a third identity
by Mark Jenkins, November 19, 2021

Smithsonian American Women's History Museum
"Monument and Marker" Celebrates the Communal Power of Making Things
July 22, 2021

The Washington Post
The Kreeger Museum has reopened, with an art exhibition that probes the vestiges of the past
Mark Jenkins, April 13, 2021

James Renwick Alliance
Coffee & Conversation featuring Rania Hassan [video]
April 7, 2021

Caroline Kipp
Social Distancing Studio Visit
58. Rania Hassan. Washington, DC.
January 15, 2021

The Kreeger Museum
TRACES Artist Talk [video]
November 20, 2020

Monument & Marker ~ a Public Art Installation by Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative: Maren Hassinger + Rania Hassan
October 28, 2020

Hirshhorn Museum
Curators Betsy Johnson and Sarah Tanguy on TRACES [video]
October 23, 2020

Smithsonian Magazine
The Must-See Outdoor Art Installations of 2020—Janet Echelman, Yayoi Kusama and Dale Chihuly are just a few of the artists making massive sculptures for the year ahead
by Jennifer Nalewicki, February 3, 2020

Embassy of Sweden
Craftivism—Creating a Better World One Stitch at a Time, Panel Discussion with Betsy Greer, Frida Engström, Maria Yvell, and Caroline Kipp
House of Sweden, Washington, DC

Smithsonian Magazine
At the Smithsonian: These Engaging, Immersive Works Erase the Line Between Art and Audience—The By the People art festival at the Smithsonian’s Arts and Industries Building is a feast for the eyes and the soul
by Ryan P. Smith, June 19, 2019

Great Day Washington: 2,000 pieces of gold leaf help create a sculpture for "By The People" festival [video]
June 14, 2019

The Washington Post
This free, D.C.-wide festival includes an interactive selfie installation and a traveling art barge
by Mark Jenkins, June 13, 2019