Emerging Writers Festival, Melbourne, 2019 (forthcoming)

Litcrawl, Wellington, November 2018

Whose Oceania? with Lana Lopesi (co-chair) James Belich, Fiona Pardington and Matariki Williams, London, September 2018

Explosive Archaeology with Lana Lopesi (chair), Tayi Tibble, Jennifer Shields, Brannavan Gnanalingam and Erin Harrington, WORD Festival, Christchurch, September 2018

Meet The Commute, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia, March 2018

Duffy Books in Schools Role Model Assemblies, September 2017

Pleasure & Pain: Writing About Sex & Sexuality & Critical Writing Workshop, Dunedin Young Writers Festival 2017

Ipu ki uta, ihu ki tai, ST PAUL St Symposium, August 2017

Creative Mornings Auckland, July 2017

A Vision of Inclusivity panel, Nui te Kōrero Talking About Diversity – Creative New Zealand Audience Engagement Seminar, June 2017

Walk on High, Auckland Writers Festival, May 2017

Artist talk, The Physics Room, September 2016

Keynote, Spark International Festival of Media, Arts and Design, Hamilton, August 2016

Keynote, An International Conference on Indigenous Sustainable Design, 中原大學Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan, May 2016

Friday Night Talks, with Makoto Oshiro, Karolina Bregula, Andro Semeiko, CHIU Chih-Hua and TSENG Yen-Ting. Taipei Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan, April 2016

Contested sites: Performance Art and the Pacific Body in Aotearoa with Lana Lopesi (chair), Leafa Wilson, Jeremy Leatinu’u, Rosanna Raymond and Darcell Apelu at Tauranga Art Gallery Toi Tauranga, August 2015

Write Night, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, June 2015

Critical thinking talk and workshop with Louisa Afoa, Unitec, May 2015

Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property with Patricia Adjei, Leilani Kake, Naup Waup, Contemporary Pacific Arts Festival Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, April 2015

Research, Histories, Re-Learning:  The Mis-education of Pacific Histories with Siliga David Setoga and Yolande Ah Chong, MIT, March 2015

What is criticality? MIT Creative Writing Department, March 2015

Pasifika Past Present: Ponsonby was our Home Away From Home with Mua Strickson-Pua and Ani O’neil, Summer Show, Ponsonby Central, February 2015

10 tips for critical writing with Emil Dryburgh, The University of Auckland as a part of the paper Introduction to Contemporary Art, February 2015

Mark and collectivism, The University of Auckland as a part of the paper Critical Studies 201, August 2013


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