Interview in Stern, Emily and Zealand, Ruth, Starting Your Career in Art Education, New York: Allworth Press, 2013.
Medical Students Transfer Observation Skills from Painting to Patient, Madeline Heising, Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School, March 11, 2013
A Conversation with Alexa Miller: Can Art Make Better Doctors, Heather Sullivan, The Magazine of Noble and Greenough School, Winter 2013.
Faculty Workshop: Become Better Teachers and Doctors, Boston University School of Medicine, October 3, 2012
“Interview with Alexa Miller,” DRA Gallery, Jordan Mainzer, October 1, 2012.
“Focus on Arts: Can art make better doctors?,” Chattanooga Times Free Press, Rachel Bunn, September 9, 2012.
Radio piece and article: “Learning Medicine by Looking at Art,” WGBH Boston, Suzanne Pekow, August 22, 2012.
“The Art of Medical Education,” American RadioWorks (podcast series on changes in higher education), Suzanne Pekow, June 30, 2012.
“Future MDs Meet Picasso,” Charlotte Observer, Mark Washburn, May 20, 2012.
“The Certainty of Trees I,” 18″ x 22″, acrylic on board, 2004 — artwork and statement published in The Journal of Palliative Care, June, 2012.
“Monet? Gauguin? Using art to make better doctors. New courses improve powers of observation,” Boston Globe, Liz Kowaczyk, July 20, 2008.
“How Museums Can Save Lives,” in Write About Museums, Emily Kotecki, November, 2011.
“Pictures at an Examination,” in Proto: Massachusetts General Hospital Dispatches from the Frontiers of Medicine, Meera Lee Sethi, Fall 2009.
“Medicine at the Museum,” in Greater Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life, Winter 2009.
“Art and Medicine: Healing in Harmony,” in the Harvard Gazette, Michele Stanners, 2/5/09.
Spotlight on Crossing the Corpus Callosum: Neuroscience, Healing and the Arts, Longwood Symphony Orchestra Symposium, 2/09.
Interview with Aidin Gormley, ArtZone, RTÉ Lyric FM, Ireland’s classical music and arts radio station, August, 2008:
Video segment in Thinking Through Art: The How and Why of an Urban School/Museum Partnership at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, (c. Vida Health Communications, 2007). Margaret Burchenal and Michelle Grohe. Learn more about Thinking Through Art at the Gardner Museum here. Video below (Alexa at 10:35).
Case, Gretchen, PhD. Medical Scarring and the Performance of Memory, University of California, 2005. Dissertation here:
Gulden, Amy Chase, “Can Looking at Art Help Doctors Help Patients?,” The Teaching Artist Journal, Spring 2009.