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  • Spokesman-Review Article, Shining the light on refugees: Ildikó Kalapács’ ‘Unwanted Journeys’ features mixed media, by Audrey Overstreet, Spokane, WA, 2018
  • Inlander Article, Object Space exhibition demonstrates how arts help refugees and others navigate life's journeys, by Carrie Scozzaro, Spokane, WA, 2018
  • Spokesman-Review Article, YWCA sculpture a symbol of new beginnings, by Cindy Hval, Spokane, WA, 2016
  • Inlander Article, First Friday, by Chey Scott, Spokane, WA, 2016
  • Spokesman-Review interview, The Bearing Project: Placement, by Nick Deshais, Spokane, WA, 2016
  • KHQ Television, The Bearing Project Interview by Cynthia Johnson, Spokane, WA, 2016
  • The Easterner, EWU Alum Makes Her Mark, by Kara Stermer, Cheney, WA, 2016,
  • The Short History of The Bearing Project by Ildikó Kalapács, Art Chowder Magazine, 2016
  • Art Chowder Magazine, Pullman, WA, 2015
  • "Made in Hungary",: Ildikó Kalapács, Artist Marketing Resources online magazine, July, 2015
  • "Ildikó Kalapács' s Exhibition in Karuizawa", Japanese BS Nippon Television Corporation- Tokyo, Travel Documentary of Hizu Manami and Iwasaki Rizu, created onJune 8th, 2015, Broadcast on June 26th, 2015, Tokyo, Japan
  • Art that heals war wounds, by Jennifer LaRue, Spokesman-Review, Spoane WA, 2015
  • RiverLit, Spring, 2015, Spokane WA
  • Sotiris Bekas interview, Athens, Greece, 2015
  • Femmes Folles Nebraska interview by Sally Deskins, 2015
  • Flootie interview by Dean Cameron, Spokane, WA, 2015
  • RiverLit Magazine, art publication, April 2015, Spokane, WA
  • New York Artists’ Radio Salon Interview by Heidi Russell, Nov 20th, 2014, New York
  • Local artists part of museum exhibit - By Cheryl Schweizer, Columbia Basin Herald -Jan 7th 2015
  • http://kortarsmuveszet.weebly.com/kalapaacutecs-ildikoacute.html
  • Ladies We Love: Ildikó Kalapács - by Audrey Connor, Spovangelist, Apr 17th, 2013, Spokane, WA
  • Moses Lake Museum and Cultural Center solo exhibition: Flux - Columbia Basin Herald, Monday, March 11, 2013
  • "Role Model: Ildikó Kalapács" - Spokane Coeur d'Alene Woman Magazine by Cheryl-Anne Millsap, Nov-Dec, 2012
  • "Jamie Tobias Neely: Women's Pain Awaits Bronze" - The Spokesman-Review (Opinion), May 6, 2012
  • "The Psychology of Artistry" - (Ildikó Kalapács Voices Her Artistic Opinion) by Jennifer LaRue, page 166-67 - Spokane Coeur d' Alene Magazine, May 2012
  • "Sculpted Memory" - A local artist memorializes her refugee past in bronze. By Carrie Scozzaro - Spokane The Inlander, Wed, April 26th, 2012
  • "The Bearing Project", Spokane CDA Woman magazine, Vol, 1., Issue 2, March/April 2012, page 9, Spokane WA, 2012
  • The Bearing Project - Northwest Woman Magazine (WA) november 2011
  • Ildikó Kalapács: - A True International Professional Creative!
  • Ildikó received visual art grants from the Puffin Foundation twice (for the sculptures "Dialogue" and "Bearing" which can be seen under "Sculptures"). The Bearing sculpture is going to be recast life-size and placed at the Spokane, WA area human rights institution and at human rights institutions world-wide. See Bearing Public Sculpture Project website: Article
  • A Small Woman, Up to Big Things, by Debbie Hanks, Northwest Woman, March, 2010.
  • It's in the Genes--A Matter of Perpsective, Monday, August 31, 2009, Ruth Mitchell Blog.
  • "Faces and Figments", The Pacific Northwest Inlander, June 04, 2009, Spokane, WA
  • "Hanging on a Ribbon", Eve Magazine, Oct/Nov. 2007
  • An Interview with Bruce Beal
  • "Top Five, Artists We Love", by Sheri Boggs, The Pacific NW Inlander, INLANDER/10 YEARS, page 83, October, 2003, Spokane, WA
  • "Ildikó Kalapács: Body and Speech", Paulette Burgess, Artist Profile, Spokane, Magazine, Scene Section, page 82, September, 2003, Spokane, WA
  • "Figures Reinvented", Sheri Boggs, The Pacific NW Inlander, Arts & Culture, p. 31-32, Spokane, WA, July 17-23, 2003
  • "Color it Classic", Artists Pay Tribute to the Crayola Crayon on its 100th Birthday, Leslie Kelly, The Spokesman-Review, IN Life Section, pages F1, F8, Spokane, WA, May 4, 2003
  • Ildikó worked with Mr. Umeda, lithograph master, in Kamiyamada, Japan, in November 2002. Click here to see article
  • "6th Japanese Hungarian Graphic Exhibition: Ildikó Kalapács", Hideki Yoshizawa, page 13, November 26, 2002, The Shinano Mainichi, Koshoku-city, Nagano, Japan
  • "From Prague with Love", Jill Margo, Monday Magazine, Victoria B.C., Canada, May 2, 2001, pp. 20
  • "Childhood Memories Mark Sculptor's Work", Robert Amos, Times Colonist, Victoria B.C., Canada, April 26, 2001, pp.C5
  • "Folklore", The Spokesman-Review, Inland Northwest In Life Section, October 26, 2000, pp. 1
  • "Keeping with Traditions; Hungary: A mix of peasant, pagan and Catholic traditions", Julia Hubbel, Spokane, Woman [Supplement to Journal of Business], November 1999, pp. 11-12
  • "Naked Truth: Despite protests, Kalapács uses nudes to express ideas", Beverly Vorpahl, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, WA, September 10, 1998, pp. D3-4
  • "The Inland Way: Ildikó Kalapács at Geer-Figurative Figures", Nick Heil, The Pacific Northwest Inlander, Spokane, WA, May 6, 1998, pp. 27-28
  • "Ildikó", An Event Art Magazine, Spokane, WA, November/December 1997, Issue 11:1, 13
  • "Emigrant Keeps Hungarian Dance Alive", Virginia deLeon, The Seattle Times, Seattle, WA, November 23, 1997, p. B4
  • "A Symbol of Survival", Virginia deLeon, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, WA, November 8, 1996, pp. B1, B4
  • "The Fringe", Nick Heil, The Pacific Northwest Inlander, September 17-23, 1997, p. 18
  • "The State of the Arts", Nick Heil, The Pacific Northwest Inlander, September 17-23, 1997, p. 17
  • "Ildikó Mural Has Short Life", ANevent Art Magazine, Spokane, WA, August/September 1997, Issue 8:1, 4
  • "Mural Memories", The Pacific Northwest Inlander, Spokane, WA, August 27-September 2, p. 26
  • [Interview on "Identity Mural"], Doug Nadvornick, KPBX News, KPBX-FM, Spokane, WA, August 12, 1997
  • "Art as Priority: Eye Music", The Pacific Northwest Inlander, Spokane, WA, July 23-29, 1997
  • "Body Language Series Visits IFCC", The St. John's Review, Portland, OR, May 2, 1997
  • "Focus on New Members", She speaks (Seattle Women's Caucus for Art), Winter, 1997, p. 11
  • "Naked City: Artist Bares Her Work" [Article on "Raw Energy" Mural], The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, WA, September 8, 1994, pp. A1 and A8
  • [Feature on "Raw Energy" Mural], Five O'Clock News, KXLY-TV, Spokane, WA, September 6, 1994
  • [Feature on artist] Good Morning/Spokane, Artists Series, KXLY-TV, Spokane, WA, August 1, 1994
  • "European Sensibilities on Canvas", The Pacific Northwest Inlander, Spokane, WA, July 20-26, 1994, p. 15

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