Photograph by Natasha McKinney
management, research, texts and display

Shifting patterns: Pacific barkcloth clothing, at the British Museum (delivering text and photographs)

2014 (November)
TAPA, LIEN D’OCEANIE exhibition in Tahiti (delivering text and photographs on West Papua and Oro province, PNG).

2013 (October-March)
Made in Oceania: Tapa - Art and Social Landscapes, at the Rautenstrauch- Joest Museum - Cultures of the World in Cologne, Germany (organising display of the West Papua and Oro province sections, delivering texts and images).                         
2005 (June-October)   
Maisin barkcloth. Painting the past and the future, at the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden (organising display, and delivering texts and images). 
2002 (August)             
J.L.H. Beijens. Het leven van zijn verzameling, at the Nijmeegs Volkenkundig Museum, Netherlands (organising display, and delivering texts and images).

​own work
Gosford Regional Art Gallery (October-December) Finalist with:
2 large vessels titled "Contained" I and II

Wyong Art Centre "THE WORLD AS I SEE IT" (4-13 May). On show: 3 large vessels, titled "Contained"; and 5 small porcelain vessels with sgraffitto, titled "Eb and Flow"
Multi-Arts Fair, at Yarramalong Community Center (23 April). On show: 6 large vessels and 6 small porcelain vessels with sgraffitto. First Prize awarded for one of my vessels by Judge John Barnes
Hornsby TAFE GALLERY "EB AND FLOW" (14-24 March). On show 3 mall porcelain vessels with sgraffitto.

Hornsby TAFE GALLERY "STORIES IN CLAY" graduating exhbition. On show: “Interior Landscapes” 5 ceramic sculptures 
Twin Valley Art Exhibition at Wyong Creek Hall. On show: 3 large ceramic vessels.