American Express magazine article

web site wat jk thumbnail_edited-1Veteran journalist Denis Gray wrote an article about Jensen’s project in Thailand for the American Express magazine, Expression.  Gray wrote, “Resurrecting art treasures in a mountain town in Thailand has brought together an artist, an abbot and a businessman.” To read the article, click the link: Enchanted by Glass.

“Screw Invisibility: Celebrating the Power & Creativity of Women Over 45″.

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On April 25th, NextTribe magazine sponsored a transformative evening of cocktails, commentary and creative women, featuring Jensen, Sarah Hickman, Courtney Santana, Annabelle Gurwitch, Olga Campos Benz, and Spike Gillespie.

Southeast Asia Crossroads podcast

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“Sacred Glass, the Wat Chong Klang Project w/Judy Jensen”, a Southeast Asia Crossroads podcast with interview by Eric Jones, director of The Center for Southeast Studies at NIU.
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Lecture at NIU

niu logo On Friday, February 1, The Center for Southeast Asian Studies and the Center for Burma Studies at Northern Illinois sponsored a talk on Jensen’s project at the Buddhist temple Wat Chong Klang in Thailand.

NextTribe article

next tribe logo“Chasing a Dream: Painted Glass and Peace in Thailand”, written by Carol Flake, about a trip to Thailand with Jensen, and Jensen’s project in Wat Chong Klang.

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Capital Factory panel discussion

capital factory lecture logoOn April 19, 2017, Jensen sat on a panel discussion, Crowdfunding Success, sponsored by Non-Profit Tech Club Austin and NetSquared. The panel discussion space was donated by Capital Factory.

Bangkok Post article

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“American artist repairs century-old reverse glass paintings”, an article in the Bangkok Post, written by Cheewin Sattha, about Jensen’s endeavor in Thailand.

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Lecture at The Siam Society in Bangkok

siam society logoOn Thursday, November 12th at 7:30, Jensen lectured at The Siam Society, a cultural organization under Royal Patronage in Bangkok. The talk discussed the touching generosity and remarkable coincidences which have propelled her artistic undertaking in Thailand, as well as the rewarding physical, spiritual, and artistic challenges involved.

Lecture at Women & Their Work

women and their work logoOn Wednesday, October 21st, Jensen gave a talk at Women & Their Work. Major supporters of W&TW have included the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, The Ford Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, and The Andy Warhol Foundation.