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2019 "Sherrill Roland sheds light on mass incarceration through art residency," www.QCityMetro.com, September 2019, Charlotte, NC.
2019 "‘Harlem: In Situ’ at Addison Gallery Explores the Neighborhood’s Complex History and Influence on Generations of Artists," www.CultureType.com, June 2019, Boston, MA.
2019 "On Being Seen by Amber Delgado," www.oxfordamerican.org, June 2019, Durham, NC.
2019 "The Jumpsuit Project”: Guest Artist Sherrill Roland Spreads Awareness on Mass Incarceration," www.Phillipian.net, May 2019, Boston, MA.
2019 "Harlem: In Situ Explores Art Inspired and Shaped by a Neighborhood That Has Been a Locus of Black Visual Culture for More Than a Century," www.resnicow.com, Novemberr 2018, Andover, MA.
2018 "CDS Selects Sherrill Roland for Post-MFA Fellowship in the Documentary Arts," www.documentarystudies.duke.edu, August 2018, Durham, NC.
2018 "Sherrill Roland Turns Prison Time Into Performance Art," www.ideastream.org, May 2018, Cleveland, OH.
2018 "In Raleigh, The Jumpsuit Project” Artist Sherrill Roland Keeps Turning His Experience of Wrongful Incarceration into an Indictment of the System," INDYWeek, May 2018, Raleigh, NC.
2018 "Fictions" ARTforum International, March 2018, New York, NY.
2017 "From the Personal to the Political, 19 Artist to Watch Next Year" nytimes.com, New York, NY.
2017 "State of the Arts NYC" WBAI Free Speech Radio 99.5, New York, NY.
2017 “How One Artist Turned a Wrongful Conviction and a Prison Sentence Into Powerful Performance Art," News.artnet.com, New York, NY.
2017 “Here’s the List of 19 Emerging Artists to Feature in New Studio Museum Show," ARTNews.com, New York, NY.
2017 “At “Fictions” in Harlem, Young Black Artists Are on Fire,” VillageVoice.com, New York, NY.
2017 “The Latest in Studio Museum’s Landmark “F” Series Is a Timely Exploration of Truth and Fiction,” artsy.net, New York, NY.
2017 “The Jumpsuit Project : Hollywood,” Curate LA, www.Curate.La
2017 “A Wrongfully Incarcerated Artist Discusses Prison at the Brooklyn Public Library” HYPERALLERGIC / Events, Hyperallergic.com
2017 “Wrongfully Incarcerated Artist Finished Grad School Wearing An Orange Jumpsuit,” The Huffington Post / Arts and Culture, The Huffington Post.com
2017 “The Syllabus/ An update on the Jumpsuit Project,” News and Record / Blog, Greensboro, NC
2017 “Break The Chain: America imprisons more of its population than any other nation why?” UNCG Research Magazine, Greensboro, NC
2017 “The Jumpsuit Project: Turning Stigma into Socially Engaged Art,” Mass Story Lab, Greensboro, NC
2017 “Sherrill Roland” Her Campus, UNCG, Greensboro, DC
2016 “UNCG grad student sheds light on going to jail with jumpsuit,” The Washington Times, Washington, DC
2016 “UNCG grad student sheds light on going to jail with jumpsuit,” The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, NC
2016 “UNCG grad student’s orange jumpsuit meant to call attention to incarceration” Winston- Salem Journal, Winston- Salem, NC
2016 “The Jumpsuit Project: UNCG grad student calls attention to incarceration,” News and Record, Greensboro, NC
2016 “Sherrill Roland’s Wrongful Conviction Drives his Art,” Yes! weekly, Greensboro, NC
2016 “Sherrill Roland: The Jumpsuit Project,” Carolinian, Greensboro, NC