The Way They Are: Preserving the Material Culture of Black Victorians & 19th Century Historically Accurate Representation - WorthWhile Magazine Featured Article
2022 Contingent Magazine Book List Award- Unsung Portraits: Anonymous Images of Black Victorians and Early 20th Century Ancestors by Tanzy Ward
Featured In ‘These Jewels Give Me The Creeps’ - National Jeweler
Cherokee County History Center Lecture- Ancestral Treasures: Historic Preservation of Family Heirlooms with Tanzy Ward
SpeakOnIt Podcast with Janice and Cherekana
Save Your Spaces Cultural Heritage & Historic Preservation Festival
The Evolution of The Cluster Ring-Hue I Do Podcast
Yale University's Small Nation Photographs Exhibit October 18th-January 28th 2022
2021 Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society Conference-''Image of The Black Victorian: The Importance & Historical Significance of Preserving African American Antiques & Heirlooms'.
Worthwhile Magazine-Announcing The Upcoming Yale University Exhibition ''Allegories, Renditions, And A Small Nation of Women'': Part I Of A Series
AAHA 'Hidden Legacies' Virtual Talk Event (Afro-American Historical Society of Fauquier County VA)
The Art Elevator Podcast with Larissa Wild-Tanzy Ward on African Presence in European Art
Trash or Treasure with Monika Shiavo-The Zebra Press/Good News in Alexandria Virginia
Worthwhile Magazine- 'Collecting Victorian Mourning Jewelry and Its Modern Historical Significance'
'Behind the Gavel with Jason Show'-K.C Auction & Appraisal Company, LLC
Worthwhile Magazine-'Hidden Legacies: African Presence in European Antiques-An Overlooked Legacy'
Perpetual Blackness- Ep.11:The Blooming of Old Souls
Voyage Atl-'Life & Work With Tanzy Ward'