April 2022

A 31 Note Love Song Performance and Q&A, The London Art Fair.


April 2022

Keynote Speaker Outing The Past, National Museum of Ireland.


November 2011

Queering Museums, Arizona State University.


October 2019

A 31 Note Love Song given at Fabrik study day at Gustavsberg Konsthall.


December 2018

Unpacking the Museum, at Curating Craft at Iaspis, Stockholm


May 2018

Bringing Queer Home, given as a keynote speech at the Pride, Prejudice and Place Conference organised by the National Trust and the Research Centre for Museums and Galleries at the University of Leicester.


April 2018

Flux: Parian Unpacked, given at The Museum is Not Neutral conference at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Other speakers included Caro Howell, Catrin Jones, Jasleen Kaur and Richard Sandell.


June 2017

Seeing Queerly, given as a paper to the British Art Network event programmed to accompany Queer British Art.


Subversive stitchvictoria-and-albert-museumMarch 2017

Greater then the sum of their parts, given at the Garniture: Vases in Interiors conference at the V&A.


April 2016

If you could see through my eyes, give as a keynote speech at the Museums in the Global Contemporary conference convened by the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester.”


Subversive stitchvictoria-and-albert-museumNovember 2013

Unpicking Queer History in the National Trust as part of The Subversive Stitch Revisited: The Politics of Cloth conference at the V&A, London. Other speakers included Griselda Pollock, Elaine Reichek, Betsy Greer, Anthea Black and Nicole Burisch


khib-logo[1]November 2012

Crafting A Queer Presence as part of the Curating Craft seminar at Bergen National Academy of Art and Design. Organised by Jorunn Veitberg and Monica Gaspar, other speakers included Martina Margetts, Gareth Williams and Agneta Linton.


valandSeptember 2012

Artist talk at Contemporary Representations and the Context of Historical Collections organised by Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir at the Valand Artistic Research Centre at the University of Gothenburg. Other speakers included Mark Dion and Bergit Arends.


Civil-PartnershipsMay 2012

Embedding Queer into Collections as part of Civil Partnerships? Queer and feminist curating at Tate Modern, London. Other speakers included Maura Reilly, Patrik Steorn, Micheal Petry, Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue.

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