The San Francisco Chronicle gave the Yosemite: A Storied Landscape exhibition and ebook front-page coverage in their famed "pink section" Datebook. The included a video and a story about the discovery of the Grizzly Bear at Berkeley.
KQED television did a long segment on the exhibition and ebook with California Historical Society Executive Director Anthea Hartig.
KCBS radio interviewed ebook creative director and exhibition co-curator Kerry Tremain.
UC Berkeley Newscenter featured Yosemite: A Storied Landscape on its homepage with a slideshow and story that emphasized Berkeley's many connections to Yosemite.
Kerry Tremain wrote an essay in the August issue of American Art Review about the art forms that Yosemite inspired, and that in turn inspired Americans, including as a healing symbol in the midst of Civil War.