Jan 9: Bryan interviewed on News Channel 21's segment about Rethinking Fire closing at the High Desert Museum.
Jan 6: Bryan featured on OPB's Think Out Loud episode "How Wildfires Inspired Artists", broadcast on Oregon NPR stations.
Jan 4: Bryan and Julie Comnick deliver the keynote lecture "Art on Fire" for the Spring Creek Project at Oregon State University's lecture series "Lookout: Envisioning Futures with Wildfire".
Jan 3: Bryan and Julie Comnick interviewed on JPR's Jefferson Exchange episode "How Art Can Help Us Understand Wildfire", broadcast on Southern Oregon/Northern California NPR stations.
Nov 2: Rethinking Fire at the High Desert Museum is included in Lindsay Costello's column "VizArts Monthly: Exploratory Work in Fresh Spaces" for Oregon Arts Watch.
Oct 28: Watershed at the Coconino Center for the Arts included in Sedona Monthly magazine's November picks for things to do in Northern Arizona.
Oct 16: News Channel 21 reviews Rethinking Fire at the High Desert Museum.
Oct 1: Mountain Living Magazine includes Watershed in its picks for October events
Aug 30: The Arizona Daily Sun reviews Watershed and the new shows at the Coconino Center for the Arts.
Feb 7: Alison Antelman interviews Bryan about working with natural and unconventional materials for the Stories from the Studio Series.
Jul 27: Curator Chaden Halfhill interviews Bryan for Emerging Horizons at Olsen-Larson Gallery, an exhibition about artists whose work has evolved in response to crises.
Jul 15: Bryan will be giving a free lecture for the Flagstaff Coconino County Public Library's Artist and Author Speaker Series at 6pm.
Apr 21: Bryan's photo Sanctuary is featured as Duncan Miller Gallery's Daily Photograph on the theme of self-isolation.
Dec 30: Bryan's solo exhibition Rethinking Fire at Fresno Art Museum named one of the top 20 cultural events of 2019 in California's Central Valley by the Munro Review.
Sep 1: Sedona Monthly publishes a six page interview and article about Bryan by Teresa Traverse "If Bryan David Griffith's story wasn't real, you'd swear he made the whole thing up."
Jun 8: Donald Munroe reviews Rethinking Fire: Critic's Choice: Rethinking Fire Sparks Questions at Fresno Art Museum.
Jun 6: The Phoenix New Times names In the Absence of Color at Bentley Gallery one of the seven best exhibits in the metro area this month.
Feb 1: Rethinking Fire opens tonight 6–8pm at the Fresno Art Museum. Talks with Bryan, director Michelle Perry-Ellis and curator Sarah Vargas begin at 6pm.
Sep 21: 145 Degrees Fahrenheit: Bryan David Griffith, Hiro Yokose, Michael David, and Mitja Tusek opens at Bentley Gallery in Phoenix, continuing until Nov 10.
Jan 27: The Phoenix Art Museum's Going Once! art auction and fundraising gala features a work by Bryan along with pieces by Eric Fischl, Kehinde Wiley, Erica Deeman, Patricia Sannit, and more.
Dec 17: "Griffith's exhibition prompted reflection on the role human choices play before, during, and after a wide variety of events typically dubbed natural disasters. But it also demonstrated that tragedy can give birth to beauty and resilience." Lynn Trimble names Rethinking Fire one of metro Phoenix's top 10 art exhibitions of 2017 in the Phoenix New Times.
Jun 9: The Downtown Phoenix Journal covers the opening of Contemporary Forum at the Phoenix Art Museum, featuring major works by David Emmitt Adams, Cristine Cassano, Bryan David Griffith, Constance McBride, Mary Meyer, and Patricia Sannit, on view until Sep. 17.
May 28: The Albuquerque Journal interviews Bryan about "Fires of Change" at 516 ARTS, on view until July 22.
Apr 28: Arizona Citizens for the Arts has commissioned Bryan to create a new work for the 2017 Governor's Art Awards at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale.
Apr 1: "A breathtaking commentary on human interference with nature...", critic Deborah Ross reviews Bryan's show "Rethinking Fire" at the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum for Visual Art Source. Mar 8: Lynn Trimble includes Bryan's show "Rethinking Fire" in the Phoenix New Times article "You Need to See these 10 Spring Art Shows in Metro Phoenix.
Dec 15: AZ Lifestyle features Bryan as one of "Three Must Know Artists" in an 8-page article by Amy Young in the December issue.
Nov 11: Bryan is now represented by Bentley Gallery, one of Phoenix's leading contemporary galleries, "representing mid-career and museum-collected artists from the US and Europe for over 30 years."
Nov 1: The December 2016 cover of Black & White, features "Bryan David Griffith: Searching Within", a 10-page article by Lorraine Anne Davis. Available at bookstores and newsstands nationally until mid-December.
Oct 28: The City of Portland, Oregon has acquired one of Bryan's photographs for its permanent collection, the Visual Chronicle of Portland.
Sep 18: Seth Muller's review "Griffith: Speaking Volumes", headlines the Arts and Living section of the Arizona Daily Sun.
May 16: Bryan is the featured artist this week on Art Photo Index.
May 11: The Phoenix Art Museum has awarded Bryan one of five 2016 Contemporary Forum Artist Grants, as reported in the Phoenix New Times.
Apr 15: Bryan has been named one of 7 finalists to receive a $5000 grant and advance to the final round of the Arrow Electronics Five Years Out Art Challenge in Denver this summer.
Mar 5: The Flagstaff Arts Council has announced Bryan as the winner of the 2016 Viola Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts at this year's Viola Awards Gala, a record-setting fundraiser for the arts at the High Country Conference Center.
Feb 12: Bryan's shows The Last Bookstores and Fires of Change are featured on All About Photo in this article by Ann Jastrab.