Celia Alvarez Muñoz

Ennis, Michael. "The Ties That Bind." Texas Monthly, September 1990: 30-32.

Lipson, Karin. "Making it to the Show." New York Newsday, 19 April 1991: 66-67.

Fagot, Mary. "The Castle is Burning and a Gust of Wind in the Mexican Apple Tree: creating a language and a critique to the dominant culture." La Voz, May 1994: 48-49, 53-57.

Cavazos, Lauro F. "The role of the Federal government in Enhancing Teacher Education." On Common Ground, Summer 1994; 5, 18, 19, 13.

Clearwater, Bonnie. Arrested Childhood, (statement in catalogue, Center of Contemporary Art, Miami, FLorida) May 1994.

Colpitt, Francis. Mapping, (statement in catalogue, University of Texas San Antonio, San Antonio, TX) March 1994.

Goddard, Dan R. "Artists sketch out their role in Convention Center project." San Antonio Express News, 24 June 1995: sec. B, 9-10.

The Municipal Art Society, Art for Learning, (catalogue, Percent for Art/NY Board of Education) 1994: 38.

Hayden, Dolores. The Power of Place: Urban Landscapes as Public History, The MIT Press: 189, 201-205.

Cameron, Dan. New Orleans Triennial, (catalogue, New Orleans Museum of Art, LA): 6.

Johnson, Patricia Covo, forward by Walter Hopps. Contemporary Art in Texas, Craftsman House; 168-171.

Zietlin, Marilyn. Establishment Exposed, (catalogue, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, TX).

"Roswell exhibit opens door to an invisible community." Alburquerque Journal, 12 May 1996: D1, D2.

Lippard, Lucy, Roswell Museum and Art center, Roswell, NM. Herencia: Now What?, (exhibition brochure essay) 1996.

Tyson, Janet. "Places in the Art." Star-Telegram, 1996: G3.

Wilson, Brent. Quiet Evolution: Changing the Face of Arts Education, (for the Getty Education Institute for the Arts, Los Angeles, CA, 1997: 63-64, 68.

Blurring the Boundries: Installation Art 1969-1996, Museum of contemporary Art, San Diego, CA., 1997: 138, 186.

Lippard, Lucy R. The Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society, The New Press, NY, 1997: 24-25.

Art Express, Grade 3 art text, Harcourt Brace & Co., Orlando, FL, 1997.

Van Riper, Frank. "Seeing a People Through Their Own Eyes." The Washington Post, 27 June 1997: N 56.

Women's Work, (catalogue, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, TX) 1997.

El Paso Museum of Art, Fall/Winter catalogue, El Paso, TX, 1997.

"Reaching New Heights: UNT artists soar in the art world." The North Texan, winter 1997: 3, 18, 20.

"Patterned: After biggers." Project Row Houses, brochure, Houston, TX, 1997.

"Women's rites." Ft. Worth Star Telegram, 21 August 1997: sec. E1.

"Arlington Click." Ft. Worth Star Telegram, 20 August 1997: sec. F8.

"Life's Journey." Arlington Morning News, Sunday, 5 October 1997: sec. C1.

"Discarded Windows Become Artistic Visions." Ft. Worth Star Telegram, Sunday, 13 September 1998: sec. E, p.8.

Latino Times, August 1998: vol. II, no. 6, p.1, 3, 6-7.

"El Paso work comes Home for Opening." El Diario, 21 August 1998: sec. B2.

"A Work of Art." El Paso Times, 29 August 1998: Borderland sec. B1.

The Child Within: Innocence and Anxiety in Contemporary Art, (catalogue, Lois Stern Fine Arts, West Hollywood, CA) 1999.

Passionate Visions, (catalogue, Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, TX) 1999.

Huerta, Benito. "Celia Alvarez Muñoz." Artlies, Fall 1999: 59-62.

"Collaboration Features Hispanic Photographers." Dallas Morning News, 7 May 1999: C2.

"Whitney Survey Invites Outside Curators, Criticism." Ft. Worth Star Telegram, 18 April 1999: 8E.

"Substance over Style." The Irving News, Irving, TX. Sunday, 22 August 1999: 5A.

"Slayings Spark fury of Exhibit." Star-Telegram/Arlington Metro, Fort Worth, TX. Saturday, 21 August 1999: 6B.

"Price of Vanity/Artist takes Fashion Fads Apart at the Seams." Dallas Morning News, TX, 27 August 1999: 55 Guide.

"One Woman's Fury/Arlington Artist Uses New Exhibit to Protest Exploitation of Women." Arlington Morning News, Arlington, TX, Sunday, 29 August 1999: A1, C1, 4C.

"Mexican Murders-Artist, Dallas Artist Inpired by Seriel Death in Ciudad Juarez." Associated Press, (weekend release) 4-5 September 1999.

"Fashion Statemet: Artist Uses clothing in Exhibit to Tell of Women's Plight." Dallas Morning News/Metropolitan, Hispanic Heritage Month, 12 September 1999: 31A, 37A.

"Conventional view/Alamo City to get First Look at center's Expansion work." San Antonio Express News, San Antonio, TX, 27 August 1999: 1A, 10A.

"Expansion Fanfare/Convention Center Addition Opens." San Antonio express-News, San Antonio, TX, 28 September 1999: B1, 5.

"Waling Across S.A. History." San Antonio Express-News, San Antonio, TX, 3 September 1999: F1, 10.

"Public Transit, Art Discussed for City." Arlington Morning News, 30 January 2000: 1A, 3A.

"'Death in the Desert', Speaking Out: Two Artists Expose the Abuse." Latina Magazine, February 2000: 101-102.

Green, Alison de Lima. Texas: 150 Works from the Museum of Fine Arts: 105-8, 107, 245-46.

Stack, Megan K. "Artist Presents Haunting Reality of Juarez Killings." Austin American Statesman, 8 September 1999: B7.