Laura Reeder. “Hopeful and Honest: Kate Jellinghaus and Chanel Thervil Blog to Empower.” Art Education (The Official Journal of the National Art Education Association) 2017. 58-62.
Ann Tobey and Kate Jellinghaus. “De-fencing with Youth: Moving from Margins to the Center.” Journal of Social Theory in Art Education. 2012, vol. 32: 128-144.
Polina Spirova. “To Ugarchin and back: The road of eight young people, raised in an orphanage.” Двери на Православието / Dveri na Pravoslavieto, 18 March 2008:
Kate Jellinghaus. “The US Presidential Election of 2008: Barack Obama and the Audacity of Hope.” Християнството и Културата / Christianity and Culture. Yavor Dachev, ed. December 2008, vol. 34-35.
Andrea Smardon. “From their violent pasts comes art.” The Boston Globe. 24 April 2007: D1.
Michellle Morrissey. “Perspective: Bulgarian orphans looking back and ahead in photo exhibit.” The Salem News. 15 November 2007; Also published in The Eagle-Tribune, 18 November 2007.
Stefan Galibov. “The American from Gela.” Дневник / The News Daily of Bulgaria. 18 August 2006: 12-13.
Kuzeva, Tsvetanka, Gergana Alexandrova, and Limi Dimitrova. “Kate Jellinghaus: To Sliven and Back.” Insight Magazine of Popular Psychology. March 2004: 72-73.
Raina Iotova. “Kathryn Jellinghaus is in love with Bulgaria.” Bulgarian Diplomatic Review. 2004, V5.
Vesselina Sedlarska. “Don't Frighten Us” TEMA Magazine. March-April 2004: 78-79.
Iglena Ruseva. “Kathryn Jellinghaus: In Her Own Words.” Фото / Око Photo Eye. 2001: 30-33.

2019 Boston Center for the Arts' 2019 Drawing Show, Field Notes: Lovers, Teachers and the Consciousness In Between. Mills Gallery, Boston.
2018 Professor Andrei Daniel and His Students. Academy Gallery, National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria.
2018 Professor Andrei Daniel and His Students. City Art Gallery, Boris Georgiev, Varna, Bulgaria.
2017 Challenging Curriculum in the Visual Arts (3 Months Project) Massachusetts College of Art, Arnheim Gallery, Boston.
2012 Hear Us Make Artistic Noise: Art from the Juvenile Justice System. Massachusetts College of Art, Arnheim Gallery, Boston. Exhibit of work by youth participating in the programs of Artistic Noise, Boston and New York, as well as the teaching artists of Artistic Noise.
2009 Ubuntu: I Am Because We Are, Work from the Juvenile Justice System and Beyond. The Mark W. Potter Gallery, The Taft School, Watertown, CT. Exhibit of work by youth participating in the programs of Artistic Noise, Boston and New York, as well as the teaching artists of Artistic Noise.
2009 Ubuntu: Two Works On Sisterhood. The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Roxbury, Massachusetts. Exhibit of two large-scale, collaborative works made together with the youth artists of Artistic Noise.
2009 Photo Biennale. City Gallery, Pleven, Bulgaria.
2008 To Ugarchin and Back, Photographs by Youth from State-Run Institutions Bulgarian Ministry of Culture, Sredets Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria.
2007 Uncovering Identity: A Bulgarian Photo Project.
Montserrat College of Art, Carol Schlosberg Gallery, Beverly, Massachusetts.
2006 Prints and Paintings, Gloucester and Green Street Series. Sofia Press Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria.
2006 Recent Work by Michelle Brown, Wilber Blair and Kate Jellinghaus. Montserrat College of Art, Cabot Street Gallery, Beverly, Massachusetts.
2004 MFA Painting Thesis Show Maxim Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria.
2004 Documenting Sofia. Pokrov Foundation. Parish Center Gallery. Sofia, Bulgaria.
2003 Kovachevitsa. Group painting show. City Gallery. Pernik, Bulgaria.
2002 In the Workshop of an Artist. Rockwell Visiting Artist Exhibit. Mark Potter Gallery. Taft School, Watertown, Connecticut.
2002 BFA in Painting Graduate Show. Union of Bulgarian Artists’ Gallery. Sofia, Bulgaria
2002 Bulgarian “Носии” Photography exhibit Euro-Bulgarian Center, Sofia, Bulgaria.
2002 Sofia in Transition. Photography Exhibit. Pokrov Foundation, Parish Center Gallery. Sofia, Bulgaria
2001 Bulgaria in Transition. Photography Exhibit. National Academy of Art. Student Gallery. Sofia, Bulgaria
1997 Photography from Pirin. Sliven Center. Gallery May. Sliven, Bulgaria.
1994 Photographic Essay. Stanford University. Student Union Gallery. Palo Alto, California.

2019 Art21 Art Educator. Accepted into the 2019-2020 Cohort of the Art21 Art Educator Program.
2008 Travel Grant for March 2008 show at Bulgarian Ministry of Culture Cultural Branch of US Embassy. Sofia, Bulgaria.
2007 CEC Artslink Award - Recipient of 2007 Visual and Media Art Award for US artists CEC Artslink Organization. New York, New York.
2006 Juror Commendation, “Artrageous” Art Auction 20 Montserrat College of Art. Beverly, Massachusetts.
2002 Rockwell Visiting Artist. The Taft School. Watertown, Connecticut.
1993 Italian Honor Society. Stanford University. Palo Alto, California.
1989 Reardon Prize in History, the Thomas Chase Award for Excellence in Art and the Aurelian Award for Senior of Outstanding Character, Leadership and Scholarship. The Taft School. Watertown, Connecticut