2013: Florence Biennale. Design create, ship and exhibit three, 1.5 high porcelain sculptures that pack down to 20 x 30 x 15 cm black and weight less than 7kg.
2013 Spring FeverConference, Queensland. Demonstrating and exhibiting with Lana Wilson (USA), Royce McGlashen (NZ), Mitsuo Shoji (NSW) and Greg Crowe (WA).
2012/13: Two, two metre high ceramic iHeads. Ongoing construction from over 1200kg paper clay.
2012: Printing 3D ceramic objects ongoing mechanical modification of a 3D plastic printer.
2012: Australian Ceramics Triennale. Demonstrator, presented paper and member of "Looking outside the box" panel. Exhibit part recyclable vase.
2011: International Ceramics Symposium, Sweden. Demonstrated, presented a paper and exhibited.
2011: Studio exhibition at Riseborough Estate Winery and Gallery, Gingin, WA
2010: USA Paperclay Today International Symposium Co-lead, demonstrated, presentation, consultant on invitation and selection of artists. Recorded, collated images, produced and distribute 4 DVD documentation of event to all demonstrators.
2008, 2009: Sculpture by the Sea. Construct large (300kg) compressed sculptures for installation outside on the Cottesloe Beach for two weeks.
2008: Co-lead First USA Paper clay Conference, demonstrating and presenting techniques and work. Collated images and produced visual documentation of this Potters Council event.
2008: Geraldton Blessing of the Fleet. Guide a dozen local artists to use 200 bags of paper clay to create huge sea inspired sculptures.
2008: Awesome Children's Festival, Leonora D. H. School. 10 days of making art out of food within a geographically isolated school, with fellow artists in resident Fiona Gavino and Lauren Simpson.
2008: Build two metre high fungi infected paper finger sculptures for the understory forest sculpture walk in southwest Australia.
2008: Build a 5,000 book brain cell in a Western Australian library.
2007: 1st Nordic Paperclay Symposium and workshop, presented paper, demonstration, designed and lead the group project. Collated DVD documentation of event.
2006: A month long residency at the peak Art School in Pakistan, at the National College of Arts in Lahore.
2004: Co-lead First International Paperclay Symposium, held at the International Ceramic Studio in Kecskemet, Hungary. Demonstrated, presented talk, assisted, exhibited, co-lead discussions. Collated images an provided CD documentation of event to each participant.
2000: International Paper Clay Plus Conference, Scotland. Exhibited, demonstrated and participate in 1st UK paper clay book launch.
1998: 4 ton of paperwork sculpture in Australian High Court Foyer, Canberra.
I'll put up more of them, when I get spare time again.