2021: Somerset House: Beano: the Art of Breaking the Rules
Swiss Cottage Gallery: I am Theatre
2018: Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester: In Out There
Maidstone Museum & Art Gallery: The Inking Woman: British Women Cartoon and Comic Artists
Harun Farocki Institute, Berlin: Public screening of 'Nightshift' (1981)
2017: 18 Malden Road, Kentish Town: SPIRIT HOUSE
Cartoon Museum, London: The Inking Woman: British Women Cartoon and Comic Artists
Mid Border Arts, The Assembly Rooms, Presteigne: In Conversation With the Past
The Ecology Pavilion, Mile End: Power: the Politics of Disability / Shape Open 2017
2016: House of Illustration: COMIX CREATRIX
Leeds GATE Gypsy & Traveller Exchange: In Conversation With the Past
2015: Swiss Cottage Gallery: Cue, Play, Pause
Shrewsbury Museum & Gallery: In Conversation With the Past
South Bank: Adopting Britain / 70 years of Migration
2014: Swiss Cottage Gallery: AT HOME: A Living Centenary 1914-2014
British Library: Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK
2013: Kingsgate Gallery: Microtopia, PROPERTY PORN
2012: Kilburn Festival: Curating Artists Films @ Tin Tabernacle
2011: Tricycle Cinema: Kilburn International Film Festival: Speaking from the Heart
2010: Tricycle Cinema: Fiesta 2010 / Curating Artists Films @ Kilburn Festival: Beauty, Transience & Sensuality
2009: RICH MIX Autumn Season: Migration & Identity/ SPLITSCREEN
2008: Dimitria Festival, Thessalonica: CULTURE COUP
Royal Academy GSK Contemporary: 7 Reasons Why the Future Is Still Possible.
Alma Enterprises, London. Bad Year Blimp: The Opposition Aspect with Matthew Stone. Interconnected Echoes In Kilburn video installation.
The Light House, Wolverhampton: SPLITSCREEN
2007: National Gallery of Finland, Helsinki: SPLITSCREEN
The City Gallery, Leicester: SPLITSCREEN
Camden VISABILITY Festival: Hampstead Theatre: Give Me My Robe, Put On My Crown
Camden VISABILITY Festival: Tricycle Cinema Celebrating Disabled Performers: SPLITSCREEN.
2004: Tricycle Cinema: Artists’ Films @ the Kilburn Festival: What is the Future if it is Not Ours to See?
2003: Kilburn Festival: A Slice of Ireland
2002: Kingsgate Gallery, London: A Slice of Ireland
Adorn,Equip National Touring Programme:
Oriel Davis Gallery, Powys
Bradford Industrial Museum
Rugby Museum & Art Gallery,
National Museum of Scotland.
The London Institute Gallery, Mayfair.
2001: The City Gallery, Leicester: Adorn, Equip
Kingsgate Gallery, London: Monuments to Incompleteness
2000: VITAL Festival, Nottingham: Monuments to Incompleteness
1996: Imperial War Museum, London: Contemporary Art from the Museum’s Collection
2018: Attenborough Arts Centre: Shape Arts’ Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary tenth anniversary artist conversation & publication launch
2016: House of Illustration: Limelight Night for Comix Creatrix on International Women's Day
2015 MAC Birmingham: Awkward Bastards Symposium
2010-13: Camden Arts Centre & Kingsgate Workshops: Testbed
2010: RICH MIX: ‘A Different Take’ with Dr Paul Darke
2009: Tate Britain: The Great British Art Debate: The Art Salon
James Taylor Gallery: Recessional Aesthetics
2021: Somerset House Trust & the Adonyeva Foundation for 'Beano: the Art of Breaking the Rules'.
2018: Shape Arts ARMB commission for In Out There / Attenborough Arts Centre
2014: Camden Arts & Tourism: AT HOME / Swiss Cottage Gallery
2014: Shrewsbury Museum & Disability Arts in Shropshire: IN commission
2009: Clean Break: Speaking From The Heart.
2008: City of Thessalonica, Greece: CULTURE COUP
2006: Clean Break: Give Me My Robe, Put On My Crown
2001: The City Gallery, Leicester: Adorn,Equip.
2000: Nottingham Castle Museum: Monuments to Incompleteness
2008: Kingsgate Workshops Trust, Hampstead School, Kingsgate Primary School: (Putting Down Routes)
2003/4: Charlton Special School, Greenwich (What is the Future if it is Not Ours to See?)
PM Gallery with Elthorne Park Comprehensive (SOLID)
2002/3: Kilburn Irish Pensioners Group (Slice of Ireland)
2001: The City Gallery, Leicester, Leicester Limb Fitting Centre (Adorn,Equip)
AWARDS / GRANTS INCLUDE:
2019: National Heritage Lottery Fund (First World War Then and Now)
2014: Arts Council England Awards to Individual Artists
Leibricht Foundation & Douglas Bader Foundation
2012: Big Lottery Fund
2009: Transformation Fund (UK Dept of Business Innovation & Skills)
2007: Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Camden Arts & Tourism
2005: Arts Council England Awards to Individual Artists
2002: London Arts Board Visual Arts Grant
2000: Year of the Artist (East Midlands Arts)
1999: Douglas Bader Foundation
2019 The People's History Museum Permanent Collection, Manchester.
2014: ‘Unfinished Histories’ archive of Alternative Theatre, Holborn Library
2013: Tenby Museum & Gallery
2005: Archive of the Irish in London, Irish Studies Centre, London Metropolitan University: A Slice of Ireland.
1992 Imperial War Museum Collection of Contemporary Art