2019 "CES 2019 Highlights," iNews UK, January 2019
2019 "Top 10 CES 2019 gadgets," Net Imperative, January 2019
2018 "Your SF Design Week Agenda: 16 Can't Miss Events," 7 x 7 Magazine, June 6, 2018
2018 "Eureka! 3 Newbies are Onto Something," Inventors Digest, April 2018
2018 "Cinema Snowglobes: Magic Plus Technology," Maverix Media, March 2018
2018 "What's New At the Center for Art + Public Life," Glance Magazine, Spring 2018
2018 "These are the 12 hottest startups selected to attend the annual LaunchIt Startup competition," Robin Harrie, ZDNet, January 27, 2018
2018 "A "futuristic" crystal ball shows films from the palm of the hand," CNN Arabia, January 15, 2018
2018 "Shake the Ball, back to memories!" Golam Yusuf, Daily Observer (India), January 13, 2018
2018 "The real-life crystal ball that can play your favorite 'memories' in the palm of your hand," Cheyenne McDonald, Daily Mail, January 12, 2018
2018 "Top 10 CES gadgets: Automatic make-up, expanding letterboxes and walking cars," Netimperative, January 11, 2018
2018 "CES opens its doors in Las Vegas for the unveiling the next-generation of creators," Vanish, January 9, 2018
2018 "Looking for the hottest startups at CES 2018?" PRNewswire, January 4, 2018
2017 "Four Seasons Hotel's great [esc] hardwired to please," Carolyn Zinko, San Francisco Chronicle, June 15, 2017
2016 “Santa Monica Art Studios: CODE and NOISE,” Kristine Schomaker, Art and Cake Magazine, October 15, 2016
2016 “CODE and NOISE,Carpe Diem Los Angeles, September 10, 2016
2016 “How Shape Semifinalists turned an artwork fundraising project into an interactive crystal ball,” Andrea Morton, AT&T Developer Program Blog, July 21, 2016
2016 “Currents New Media Festival in Review,” Ellen Berkovitch, Adobe Airstream: Art, Music and Film from the West, July 2016
2016 “All the Pretty Software: CODE and NOISE,” Paul Weideman, The Santa Fe New Mexican, June 10, 2016
2016 “Can We Talk About Art,” Amanda Eicher, Open Space: SFMOMA, January 25, 2016
2016 “Snowglobes 2.0: A new twist on classic kitsch,Now Labs: News and Perspectives, January 2016
2015 “Art SV/SF,Gentry Magazine, December, 2015
2015 “JD Beltran & Scott Minneman: Learning Interactively,” Jeremy Joan Hewes, Glance Magazine, pp. 28-29, Fall 2015
2015 “San Francisco Hospital Celebrates Public-Private Partnership,Market Wired, November, 2015
2015 “Selected Artists Tour Golden 1 Center Site”Comstock, September 2015
2015 “Things to Do and See in Marin County,”Marin Independent Journal, September 2015
2015 “Finalists Selected for Public Artwork at Sacramento Arena,”Sacramento Bee, August 2015
2015 “Art Institute Vernissage Celebrates Free Speech,“ Leah Garchik, San Francisco Chronicle, May 2015
2014 “Tip-Top Soiree at SFMOMA,“ Catherine Bigelow, San Francisco Chronicle, September 11, 2014
2013 “Last Day for Two of the Best Fall Bay Area Shows,“ Huffington Post, (art and culture column) December 16, 2013
2013 “Hot Thursday Night Ticket,“Huffington Post, (art and culture column) November 13, 2013
2013 “The blue beacon of art,” Christine Ryan, Sunset Magazine, January 2013
2012 “Maker’s Mark,” Zahid Sardar, Dwell Magazine, November 2012
2012 “Mixed Media,’” Anne Sage, 7x7, November, 2012
2012 “The Making Of the Cinema Snowglobe,” The Kitchen Sisters, KQED/National Public Radio, September 28, 2012
2012 “The Cinema Snowglobe: A snowglobe for the 21st century,” The Kitchen Sisters, KQED/National Public Radio, August 7, 2012
2012 “What Happens When You Cross An Animated GIF And A Snowglobe?’” Reyhan Harmanci, BuzzFeed, July 25, 2012
2012 “A Preview of This Evening’s RE: COMPOSITION,” Kyle Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles I’m Yours, January 27, 2012
2011 “Artists Illuminate Amazing Territory Using Map Technology in ‘Here Be Dragons,’” Jonathan Curiel, SF Weekly, December 27, 2011
2011 “JD Beltran’s ‘Portal’ Considers Our Relationship to Time and Place,” Christian L. Frock, KQED Arts, December 20, 2011
2011 “Even Unfinished, the New Bay Bridge Inspires Artists,” Reyhan Harmanci, New York Times, November 26, 2011
2011 “Art and Culture,” Blog column, Huffington Post, July to the present,
2011 “Connecting Cultures,” Olga Khrustaleva, The St. Petersburg Times, June 8, 2011
2010 “Bay Area Emergent – Galleries and Artists Put San Francisco Back on the Map,” Anuradha Vikram, Artillery Magazine, May/June 2010
2010 “Destination Art:  Taking Off,” (author), cover feature for Public Art Review, fall/winter 2009 edition, published January 2010 
2009 - 2012 “Art and Culture Fix,” blog column, SFGate.com (San Francisco Chronicle online)
2010 “Photography Merit Award,” Creative Arts Quarterly Issue number 17, January 2010
2008 “Cantocore Import/Export,” Lu Fang and Jon Phillips, ArtMap, December 2008
2008 “Viewpoint,” Terri Cohn, Artweek, November 2008
2008 “Reconciling America: Miraculous Encounters With The Mundane,” Valerie Imus, Shotgun, Mar 2, 2008
2008 “Charles Guice and JD Beltran,” Interview by Zefrey Throwell, Frank Prattle, February 2, 2008
2008 “Reconciling America:  Art Gets Personal,” Reyhan Harmanci, San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 21, 2008
2007 “Who’s On First ?” The Wave Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 19, November 2007 
2007 “San Jose Debuts Major Temporary Public Art Initiative,” Sys-Con Media, October 25, 2007
2007 “Digital Images Dominate – But With a Down Side,” Edward Guthmann, San Francisco Chronicle, June 23, 2007
2007 “Adding Cool Technology to the Ingenuity Fest,” Karen Sandstrom, The Plain Dealer, April 19, 2007
2007 “JD Beltran and Michael Arcega,” Interview by Zefrey Throwell, Frank Prattle, March 10, 2007 
2007 “'Secrets Series' goes 4-wheelin," Susie Gerhard, SF360, February 6, 2007
2006 "ZeroOne/ISEA ////Entre nous," Susie Gerhard, SF360, August 9, 2006
2006 "ZeroOne Exhibits Get An Early Start," Jaweed Kallem, San Jose Mercury News, August 8, 2006 
2006 "Attualita," Donato Ramani, D Magazine, July 2006 
2006 "Ten Astonishing Reasons to Find Your Way to San Jose This Summer," Marketwire, June 22, 2006
2006 “San Jose, On the Bleeding Edge,” Janos Gereben, San Francisco Classical Voice, June 13, 2006
2005 “Artist Goes to Bat for Local Musicians,” Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, December 13, 2005
2005 "Losing It," Christina Ducklow, SF Gate, Culture Blog, June 23, 2005
2004 “The Oxbow School,” Spark, KQED Television, first aired June 2004
2003 “Buzz Town,” Beth Lisick, SF Gate, July 9, 2003
2003 "Hooked on Classics:  New Tech Art is No Longer Just About Technology" Glen Helfand, San Francisco Chronicle, SF Gate, February 27, 2003
2003 "Id/Entity” Images,” Mark Mardon, Bay Area Reporter, February 13, 2003
2003 “Face Forward,” Alison Bing, SFGate, February, 2003
2003 "The Message is Medium-Small," Rebecca Schoenkopf, Orange County Weekly, January 17-23, 2003
2003 “"ID/Entity Challenges Portraiture Concepts,” Michael Rydzynski, Irvine World News, online edition, January 9, 2003
2002 "Telephone Story:  A Portrait," Jenny Schnetzer, I.D. Magazine, November 2002
2002 "Report From San Francisco," Stephanie Cash, Art In America, November 2002
2002 "'High Tech/Low Tech Hybrids' at Bedford Gallery," Marisa S. Olson, Artweek, June 2002
2002 “Idiot Savant,” Marisa Olson, Mute, March 2002
2002 "ID/entity", Barbara Pollack, ArtNews, March 2002
2001 "MIT Art Project:  Messy Kitchen," Noah Shachtman, Wired News, December 21, 2001
2001 "Arise, Armchair Readers!" David Kipen, San Francisco Chronicle, November 11, 2001
2001 "Some Have Turned to Art as Solace in the Aftermath of Tragedy," Regina Hackett, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 11, 2001
2001 "Bellevue Art Museum Wall to Reflect Flicker of Optimism," Rick Schweinhart, Eastside Journal, October 10, 2001
2000 Forever on the Move:  San Francisco Bay Area Overview,” Amy Berk, World Sculpture News, Winter 2000
2000 “Thinking Outside the Frame:  Artists Explore Extra Room with Electronics, Video and More” Robin Trafton, Kansas City Star, Oct. 19, 2000
2000 “Self Portraits,” San Francisco Magazine, February 2000 (Annual Arts and Architecture Issue)
2000 “Bay Area Now II,” kult avanguardie creative, (Italian publication) February 2000
2000 “Artists, Art-Lovers Paint the Town,” James Sullivan and Jesse Hamlin, San Francisco Chronicle, January 31, 2000
2000 “Bay Area Now:  MFAs in Toyland,” Tessa DeCarlo, Wall Street Journal, January 27, 2000
1999 “Critic’s Choice:  Bay Area Now 2,” Sarah Coleman, San Francisco Bay Guardian, December 8, 1999
1999 ”Jack Larry Alshire, J.D. Beltran,” Julie Nelson, New Art Examiner, December/January 1999/2000
1999 “Bay City Best: Art,” David Bonetti, San Francisco Examiner, November 28, 1999
1999 “the self, absorbed,” Anna Fahey, artaccess, October 1999
1999 ”Images of, and Mostly by, Women From a Variety of Perspectives,” Helen A. Harrison, New York Times  (L.I. Edition), March 14, 1999
1999 “Expo 18 at BJ Spoke Gallery,” George Wallace, The Northport Journal, January 21, 1999
1999 “Gen Art’s New Fangle Exhibit,” Meg Grey, RES Magazine; The Future of Filmmaking, Winter 1999
1998 “Jack Hanley Resurrected in Mission,” David Bonetti, San Francisco Examiner, December 18, 1998
1998 “Nothing But Time,” Colin Berry, citysearch, November 29, 1998
1998 “High Aspirations:  High-Tech Art,” John Alderman, Wired Magazine, November 6, 1998
1998 “Open Spaces,” Donna Schumacher, Art Papers, September/October, 1998
1998 “Plugged In,” Colin Berry, citysearch, September 1, 1998
1998 “Plug This In,” Kay Marie Jacobson, San Francisco Chronicle, The Gate, September 9, 1998
1998 “Arts and Craft, Skowhegan style,” Joseph P. Kahn, The Boston Globe, July 7, 1998
1997 “Self-Re/Presentations,” Donald Kuspit, Prologue to Mirror, Mirror:  Current Reflections of Self-Portraiture, April 10, 1997