PRESS

Television: 

-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. 

Print: 

-“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.

Online: 

-"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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Miya gratefully acknowledges the support from Arts Nova Scotia​ which has allowed her artwork to flourish. 

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