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Science-art collaboration with Anne Penman Sweet 2013-present
Collaborating with an artist

Telstra Heritage Collection assessment 2014
Client - Significance International for Telstra

Australian Industry Innovators 2013
Client – Questacon, The National Science and technology Centre: Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

Audit of National Science Engagement Activities 2012-2014
Client – Inspiring Australia: Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education

Colliding Ideas Symposium 2012
Chairing the symposium - Client – Chris Henschke, Lecturer, Media and Communication department, RMIT

3dedrats festival 2011
Client - Macquarie ICT Innovations Centre

International Year of Chemistry 2011 Australia
Travelling exhibitions - Client: Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI)

Science-inspired artworks, captions written 2009  

Nuclear Matters Exhibition
Developed 2006-2007, open 2007-2009 and ongoing  

Ultimo Science Festival
Public program, developed 2005-2008, and as an annual event through 2006-2008 and ongoing  

Sport: More Than Heroes And Legends Exhibition
Developed 2002-2003 and revised in 2004 for national tour, open 2003-2006  

National Science Week event 2001, developed 2000-2001

Sydney Observatory Exhibition Refurbishment
Developed 1996-1997, open 1997-2009 and ongoing  

Chemical Attractions Exhibition
Developed 1994-1996 and updated 1998-2001, open 1996-2009 and ongoing

Young Scientist Exhibition
Developed 1991-2004, annual exhibition from 1991-2004   

Singing Ionised Christmas Tree
Powerhouse Museum foyer end-of-year display, developed Ionised Tree 1988 with singing aspect added in 1989, open 1988 through 1994  

Mind and Body Exhibition
Developed 1987-1988, open 1988-1994

Information Machine Exhibition
Developed 1984-1988, open 1988-1997  

Experimentations Exhibition
Developed 1984-1988, open 1988-2009 and ongoing  

The Steam Revolution Exhibition
Developed 1985-1988, open 1988-2009 and ongoing

The Boulton and Watt Engine Exhibition
Developed 1985-1988, open 1988-2009 and ongoing