• Matthew Fluharty featured as a Change Agent in Americans for the Arts’ Arts Link publication

• Rachel Reynolds Luster and the Myrtle Public Library featured in Rural Missouri magazine

Agriculture and the Arts: an interview with Savannah Barrett podcast from the Extension Reconsidered project

• Matthew Fluharty and Savannah Barrett present on the Year of the Rural Arts for the Rural Arts Happy Hour google chat

Daily Yonder interview with Matthew Fluharty on the re-launch of AOTR

“Turning a Page Inside a Rural One-Room Library,” a piece by Jennifer Davidson on NPR Morning Edition featuring Rachel Reynolds Luster and the Myrtle Public Library

• Video of “Ways of Being” presentation by Matthew Fluharty at the Hand-in-Glove conference

“Artists Shaking Up and Strengthening Communities in Rural America,” a commentary by Rachel Engh in Createquity

• “A Gathering and a Weaving: A View From The Rural Arts and Culture Summit,”  Matthew Fluharty writing on the National Endowment for the Arts Art Works blog

• Kris Kerzman of The Arts Partnership on the Rural Arts and Culture Summit and AOTR’s participation (June 2013)

• Kenyon Gradert discussing midwest culture on the National Public Radio program Saint Louis on the Air

• Kyle Munson of The Des Moines Register on the Kenyon Gradert’s Course on Midwest Culture

• Createquity blog on the Rural Arts and Culture Map

• Al Cross writes in The Rural Blog on the debut of the Rural Arts and Culture Map

• “Profile: David Lundahl” Matthew Fluharty writing in the inaugural online issue of Rural America Contemporary Art

• “The State of the Rural Arts: Crisis, Change, and Opportunity,” video of a panel discussion including agrarian artist Nikiko Masumoto; Stephen Gong, the Executive Director of the Center for Asian American Media; Caron Atlas, Director of Arts & Democracy; Carlos Uriona, Co-Creator of Double Edge Theatre; and Katharine Pearson Criss, Senior Fellow of the Center for Rural Strategies

• Journal of American Folklore reviews Art of the Rural