Re-Shaping Worlds: Thinking with and through positionality for a thriving future (Thao Nguyen, Jacina Leong and Kristen Sharp, Thriving Futures ACUADS Conference, 2023)

Caring in and through our practices: towards curatorial care (Art, Society, Politics, School of Art, RMIT University, 2023)

Artist-run initiatives as practices of care, community, and connection (Reshaping Worlds, School of Art, RMIT University, 2022)

Post-representational curatorial practice: care and its ethics (Masters of Contemporary Curating, School of Art, RMIT University, 2022)

Overlapping crises and precarious futures: the responsibilities of practice (Art, Society and Politics, School of Art, RMIT University, 2021)

Critical arts methods through interdisciplinary learning and teaching (ACU, 2020)

Approaches to research into traditionally marginalised arts audiences (University of Melbourne, 2020)

Curatorial care? (Aarhus University, 2019)

Critical engagement and communities: connecting people with technologies (Monash University, 2018)

STEAM engagement: linking university, education and communities (UTAS, 2017)

Curating and Creating in Digital Flux (BLEED Echo, Arts House, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Taipei Performing Arts Center, and Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, 2022)

Intersectional feminism and creative practice (Art, Society and Politics, School of Art, RMIT University, 2020)

Social media and future museum audiences (QAGOMA, RMIT University and QUT, 2018)

21st century approaches to education (State Library of Queensland, 2015)

Open cities, open data (UNSW, 2015)

STEM to STEAM (QUT, 2014)


Thinking with, and acting from, this place (ACUADS, 2020)

Guerrilla knowledge unit (University of Queensland with Linda Knight, 2017)

Critical connections: stem to steam (CONASTA with Svenja Kratz, 2017)

Making connections: visual arts programming in an interdisciplinary precinct environment (InSEA with Pia Robinson, 2014)


Reframing digital literacy (xCommunicate at VIVID Festival with Laura Landmann, 2015)

Education or learning, participant or consumer, mind the gap (MC) (QUT, 2015)

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