In May-June 2017, the Cinema Snowglobe was featured in "Personals," a group exhibition in New York City at the Skowhegan Gallery at 136 W. 22nd Street. More information on the exhibition can be found here.

 

The Cinema Snowglobe garnered the prestigious New Technology Art Award, an international biennial award recognizing the twenty best technology-based artworks worldwide. More information on "Update 5," the NTAA exhibition and the award can be found here.

 

Cinema Snowglobes debuting four new short films were featured at the 44th International Film Festival Rotterdam, where they were featured as a cutting-edge new platform for film and video.  Read more about the Rotterdam Film Festival "Signals: 24/7" exhibition here.

 

Artist Leo Villareal transformed the San Francisco Bay Bridge into a light sculpture entitled the Bay Lights (the largest LED sculpture in the world). To commemorate the Bay Lights, Villareal worked with Beltran + Minneman to create a special edition Bay Lights Cinema Snowglobe to support the fundraising effort to make the sculpture permanent. More information can be found at The Bay Lights.

 

The Cinema Snowglobe debuted at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, as part of the exhibition "The Making Of..."

 

Dwell Magazine featured The Workshop Residence founder Ann Hatch, artist residents at the Workshop, and The Cinema Snowglobe in an article that you can read here.

 

The Cinema Snowglobe was featured on National Public Radio and KQED as part of the Kitchen Sisters series, "The Making Of..." Listen to the podcast here.

 

BuzzFeed featured a story by Reyhan Harmanci on the origins of the Cinema Snowglobe. See the story here.