Emma Duehr Mitchell, Becca Kauffman, and Caryn Aasness

Web Publishing
Emma Duehr Mitchell

Becca Kauffman, Emma Duehr Mitchell, Caryn Aasness, Luz Blumenfeld

Lisa Jarrett and Harrell Fletcher

Journal Concept
Harrell Fletcher


Cover Art Direction: Gilian Rappaport

Cover Art Production: Laura Glazer

Olivia DelGandio with Roz Crews

Diana Marcela Cuartas with Yolanda Chois and Michelle Szejner

Gilian Rappaport with Nellie Scott

Rebecca Copper and Marti Clemmons with Cindy Cumfer, Katharine English, Gilah Tenenbaum, and Pat Young

Laura Glazer with Melodie Adams

Lillyanne Phạm  with ridhi d’cruz and Jackie Santa Lucia

Marina Lopez with Sonia Erika

Luz Blumenfeld with their grandmother, Yolanda Ronquillo 

Justin Maxon and H. “Herukhuti” Sharif Williams PhD with Wydeen Ringgold 

Shelbie Loomis with Benita Alioth   

Becca Kauffman with Crosswalk Collective LA

Kiara Walls with Kenny Walls

Mo Geiger with Dr. Jennifer Kling

Caryn Aasness with Charlie Brewer

Special Thanks
Eric John Olson

Logo Design
Kim Sutherland

The Social Forms of Art (SoFA) Journal is a publication dedicated to supporting, documenting and contextualising social forms of art and its related fields and disciplines. Each issue of the Journal takes an eclectic look at the ways in which artists are engaging with communities, institutions and the public. The Journal supports and discusses projects that offer critique, commentary and context for a field that is active and expanding.

Created within the Portland State University Art & Social Practice Masters In Fine Arts. Program, SoFA Journal is now fully online.

Conversations on Everything is an expanding collection of interviews produced as part of SoFA Journal. Through the potent format of casual interviews as artistic research, insight is harvested from artists, curators, people of other fields and everyday humans. These conversations study social forms of art as a field that lives between and within both art and life.

SoFA Journal
c/o PSU Art & Social Practice
PO Box 751
Portland, OR 97207