CBC-1 radio program North By Northwest will feature Sheryl MacKay's interview with Lee Gass in the Petley Jones Gallery. (Sunday, June 14, 6 - 9 AM).
A video was produced to commemorate the prestigious Volvo Environment Prize that Buzz Holling won in November 2008 for his work on the resilience of ecological, social, and economic systems. In addition to exploring Holling's ideas through interviews with him and several others, it also includes a short segment of Holling and me with my Trajectory of Resilience sculpture and another of me describing Holling's "thinking with his bellybutton". The video was broadcast widely in Europe, and is podcast here.
On March 16, 2009, a comprehensive review of my work (sculpture, education, and science) by Tom Graff appeared in the Vancouver Observer.
A Wikipedia entry on Buzz Holling features an image of him (taken September 26, 2008) with his Lee Gass sculpture, Trajectory of Resilience.
On October 3, 2008, The Vancouver Observer featured an article on the Lee Gass Gallery and on my work, including an image of me with Eternal Flame.
The August 29, 2008 edition of the Jewish Independent newspaper in Vancouver BC carried an article by Mark Winston about my Eternal Flame sculpture in which he compares it to the Ner Tamid (eternal light) in every synogogue, and argues that the sculpture belongs in a synogogue.
A Macleans magazine article on education in Canada (November 8, 2002) discusses my role in creating Science One and the Integrated Sciences Program at UBC.