-Visual Arts Abstract. Global News Morning Halifax. Nov 5th, 2020. 

-"Live at 5". ATV/CTV.  Promotion of my exhibit "Inside and Out" at the Craig Gallery, January 19th, 2007.


-"The Straight Goods". Hosted by Multicultural Association of Nova Scotia. Eastlink Television, (60 min). Episode 23. March 22nd, 2006.


-"The Fax". Eastlink Television. Interview about my masks in "Media Masquerade" exhibit at Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax. Aired October 27th, 2005. 


-“Blending Cultural Identities in New Art Exhibition”. Nikkei Voice. (Article and images Printed and Online.) Vol 33, No 2. March 2019. Page 8 and 15.


-“Mother and Daughter Artists: Marjene Matsunaga Turnbull/Miya Turnbull”. Community Voice. (Article and Image Printed). January 29th, 2019. Page 12.  


 -5 Top Japanese Canadian Artists. “Profound, Relevant & Resonant to the Core.” Six-Star Magazine (Subaru Life). (Article and Image). Fall/Winter 2017. Page 16-19.

-"Masks Show Off Family Talent." The Stony Plain Reporter: Arts and Culture. (Article and Image). January 25, 2008. Page 66.

-“Like Mother, Like Daughter.
” Moshi Moshi (Edmonton Japanese Community Association).  (Article and Image). Vol. 33, No. 3. January/February 2008. Page 16.

-"Putting a New Face on Ross Creek Centre." The Chronicle Herald: Spotlight. (Image). April 19th, 2007. Page F8

-"Miya Turnbull: Looking beyond the Mask". The Dartmouth Laker: Laker Arts. (Article and Images). Vol. 10, No. 2. February, 2007. Pages 8 and 9.


-"Miya Turnbull: The Face Behind the Mask". Discover Nikkei. (In Depth Interview) February 25th, 2021 (Part 1) February 26th, 2021 (Part 2)

-“Japanese Canadian Art in the time of Covid-19- Part 2”. Discover Nikkei. (Interview) September 10th, 2020.


-"Laurie Frankel Launches Charity to Support Families, Honor Frontline Workers, and Promote Mask Use."American Photographic Artists. (Image) July 10th, 2020. 

Art Show Brightening the Winter in Truro". Truro News. (Image). January 9th, 2020.

Blending Cultural Identities in New Art Exhibition”. Nikkei Voice. (Article and images Printed and Online.) March 2019. 


-"Japanese Canadians in the Arts." Bryce Kanbara. Essay accompanying Being Japanese Canadian: reflections on a broken world ROM Exhibition, February 2 to August 5, 2019.

-Featured Artist Profile. Visual Arts Nova Scotia. December 2015.

-"12 Weeks Along/ Umbilical". Understorey Magazine (Collage Image). Autumn 2013: Issue One. 

(Un)covering Gender Roles". Queen's University The Journal. (Article and Image) January 25th, 2008.

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