Here is a selected list of my public presentations, contact me if you want the complete list.


Panel chair and curator, Weaving Place, Deep Listening and the Sacred, Guests: Jo Tito, Leah Barclay, Michelle Maloney and Ruth Irwin, SoundWalk September, Hosted by Australian Earth Laws Alliance and The Valley Centre

Panel guest, “Land and Fire”, Beyond Crisis with Kirsten Larsen, Rebecca Scott, Gemma Meier and Tracey Cooper, hosted by Australian Earth Laws Alliance, The Valley Centre, Future Dreaming, Pingala and New Economy Network Australia

Walking with Trees in Ngunawal Country, Urban Tree Festival

Eco-activism, guest presenter at Walk, Listen, Create cafe.

Ignite*Energy: Virtual Reality Experience as a means to influence energy consumer behaviour, (with Josiah Jordan) BEST Conference, QUT


Borderlands, Walking Encounters/Conference in Prespes Greece, July 1-7 2019. Visual March to Prespes/ Department of Fine and Applied Arts of the University of Western Macedonia and Made of Walking (V) / the Milena  Principle

Ignite*Energy: Energy Efficiency Behaviour Change, IREE2019, Brisbane

Ignite*Energy: Virtual Reality for EE behaviour change, IREE2019, Brisbane

Ignite*Energy, HDR STEM conference, Institute of Applied Ecology, University of Canberra


Weaving connections, (with Felicity Chapman), Healing Our Spirit Worldwide, Sydney, Australia

Augmented Reality in Walking Arts projects, Made of Walking, Cyprus

Giving voice to the Feminine, Women, Arts and Feminism in Australia since 1970, Melbourne, Australia

Ancestral Journeys: DNA Music(with Josiah Jordan) SCANZ 2018, Parihaka, New Zealand


Philosophical evening with Haaken Sund @ Kulturhuset Hovtun, Norway

Waters of the Past @ RIXC Open Fields, Riga, Latvia

Ritual as creative practice | Guest Lecture @ SAE Masters of Creative Industries


Art, Ecology and Governance—Intercreate, Panellists: Michelle Maloney; Ilka Blue Nelson; Sandy Sur; Thomas Dick; Leah Barclay; Tracey Benson; Jason Macleod, Global Ecologies–Local Impacts Conference, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Encouraging sustainability behaviour change at home : Lessons learnt from Living Greener, APS “World Usability Day”, DIPB, Canberra, Australia

Way of the Turtle (Prezi), Land Dialogues, Wagga Wagga, April 2016

Curator, Water Works Water-Wheel  – focus on data, the importance of rivers and cultural connections, March 2016

Speaker, Using Data to Empower Community and Build Culture (Prezi)Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Australasia, University of Canberra, March 2016


Workshop participant to invitation only event: Canberra Digital Inclusion Manifesto Workshop, National Library of Australia

Panel chair, “Vanuatu Women’s Water Music”, Gender in the Pacific, State of the Pacific conference, Australian National University


Contributor (with Ian Clothier, delivered by Deborah Lawler-Dormer) ISEA2014 Educational Forum, American University in Dubai

Words for Water, Waterwheel World Water Week Symposium (2014)

Artist Talk, PhotoAccess, Canberra November 2014

Panel discussion, Performing the City, ADA Mesh Cities Symposium, Auckland September 2014

Panel discussion, KM Australia 2014 Congress, Knowledge Border Crossings, Sydney, July 2014

Cross Connections: Linking Art, Science and Identity, School of Music, Australian National University, Canberra April 2014

Words for Water, Waterwheel World Water Week 2014 Symposium (WWWD14)


Invited Speaker, Inaugural Digital Humanities Meetup, Canberra

Panel discussion, ADA MESH Cities, Dunedin (Skype)

Panel discussion, ISMAR, Adelaide (via video)

Curator, Taranaki Tales, dorkbot cbr, Canberra Contemporary Art Space


Remotely Connected, Remotely Creative, ISEA Istanbul


“Dorkbot CBR”, Electrofringe, Newcastle, Australia

Dorkbot CBR, Girl Geek Dinners, Canberra


“Now like no place: no place like now”, ISEA2008, Singapore


AOIR conference, Brisbane, Topic: Online organising, real world responses, new world consequences


ISEA2004, Tallinn, Estonia, Topic: Wearable experience and textile symbolism (Panel: Geopolitics of Media: Asylum seekers and border crossings)


N5M4: De Balie, Amsterdam. Topic: Online networks and public outcomes in Canberra, Australia (TAZ)


Borderpanic: The Performance Space + Museum of Contemporary Art, Topic: ACT Regional Report

‘Joining the dots: The CAMEO 10th International Conference’, University of Canberra, Topic: Cross connections

Lectures from ANU Media Cultures course

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