2020 “Unsmashed” book by iwillnot, artwork included in cover design by Cheer Up Official.  Merchants include Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Target, Amazon.

2020 “HOME International Mural Festival” video. PangeaSeed Foundation, Sea Walls: Artists
for Oceans, Whanganui Walls Street Art Festival, Alternative Arts Initiative.

2020  “Photolithographs by Wendy Sittner,” Made in Shoreditch Magazine, London, England.

2019  “4,026 Straws Were Collected In One River Cleanup.  Now, They’re Art!” National Public Radio.

2019  “Artist Transforms Trash Straws into Treasure,” NBC Washington, Washington, DC.

2019  “Artist Wendy Sittner has created a piece from plastic straws cleaned out of the Anacostia River,” Smithsonian Institution Archives blog.

2019 “IIDA Breaking Boundaries: Loving the Earth” Stoop Storytelling Series podcast, National Public Radio.

2019  Stickering is an increasingly popular art form for D.C. artists, particularly women,” The Washington Post Magazine, Washington, DC.

2019  “D.C artist uses 4,000 straws to make mural” The Washington Post Express.  Washington, DC.

2019  “Green alert: plastic pollution in the Anacostia River,” Telemundo.

2019  “More Than 4,000 Straws Cleaned Out Of The Anacostia Have Become A Piece Of Art,” DCist.

2018  “One Year Later: Artists Reflect on the Women’s March,” New York Magazine, New York, NY.

2018  “One Year Later: Artists Reflect on the Women’s March,” Yahoo Lifestyle.

2018  “In the galleries: 21 artists explore and expand notions of recovery,” by Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, Washington, DC.

2018  “Raising awareness through art,” Chesapeake Bay Program.  Photo.

2017  “Stand up and be counted: Hundreds of contemporary female artists participate in historic photo,” The Washington Post, Washington, DC.  Photo.

2017  “ArtWatch Promotes Peace at African American Museum,” East City Art, Washington, DC.

2016  Bugged Out: Wendy Sittner’s Insect Artworks,” Made In Shoreditch Magazine, London, England.