2021

‘Critical Practice as Play: Pedagogy, Performance and Safer Spaces,’ University of Arts London Education Conference

‘Racial and Climate Justice,’ University of Arts London Education Conference, [Key Note]

‘Intersectionality and Planetary Health,’ University Arts London Research Season 2021 [Key Note]

‘Discussion on Black Lives Matter and COVID-19,’ Decolonising Arts Institute, University of the Arts London, [Roundtable]

‘Curating Black British Art Now,’ Decolonising Arts Institute, University of the Arts London, [Roundtable]

‘Constructing the Loop: Choronocentricism, Hip-Hop and Black Futurity,’ Creative Research in Sound Art Practice, London College of Communications, [Guest Lecture]

‘Who Knows? Who Cares?’ An open conversation on Intersectionality and Planetary Health, UAL Shared Campus [In-conversation]

‘British Art History in Practice: Roundtable on Care,’ Paul Mellon Centre, [Roundtable]

‘Interrogating what it means to create separatist, Black-only spaces for performance,’ w/ Zinzi Minott and Tarik Elmoutawakil, Take Me Somewhere Festival, [Chair]

‘Who is the Britain, within Tate Britain? An Black Feminist Responds,’Legacies of Empire: Blackness, Post Coloniality and the Re-Invention of the Nation, Society for Caribbean Studies 44th Annual Conference’ [Public Paper]

‘Each One Teach One: hip-hop as a radical pedagogy of possibilities,’ Decolonizing Futures in Education, FUEL4Design, [key note]

‘Who is the Britain within Tate Britain: Or how can Tate critique notions of ethno-nationalism when initiating safe(r) space for People of Colour in a post-Brexit Britain?’ Association for Art History [Public Paper]

‘Reparations for Black people should include rest: How do Black gendered artists employ ‘rest’ as an aesthetic motif within their artistic practices?’ The Courtauld Institute, [Public Paper]

2020

‘Ecologies of Care,’ Stop Hatred Now Festival, Urban APA, Finland, [Key Note]

‘Who is the Britain, within Tate Britain? An Black Feminist Responds,’ Culture and Enterprise, Central Saint Martins, [Public Paper]

‘Black Lives Matter and Cultural Institutions,’ Art Fund, [Talk]

‘Curating Objects as Decolonial Praxis,’ Royal College of Art [Guest Lecture]

‘Who is the Britain, within Tate Britain? An Black Feminist Responds,’ Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity, University of Manchester, [Public Paper]

2019

‘Rest as Reparations,’ The Art of Doing Nothing, Birbeck University, [Public Paper]

‘Rest as Reparations,’ Anticipating Black Futures, Birmingham City University, [Public Paper]

‘From Safe Spaces to Brave Spaces: A Black Feminist Responds,’ Decolonising Feminist Knowledge, University of Edinburgh, [Public Paper]

‘From Safe Spaces to Brave Spaces: How Intersectionality can Facilitate Difficult Conversation within Teaching and Learning,’ Doing Feminist Pedagogy in Contemporary Universities: Old Dilemmas and New Challenges, University of Warwick, [Public Paper]

‘Each one Teach One: The Importance of Hip-Hop Studies within a Design School Context,’ European Hip-Hop Studies Network Conference, University of Bristol, [Public Paper]

‘Who is the Britain, within Tate Britain? An Arts Educator Responds,’ The museum for all people: art, accessibility and social integration, The MUSACCES Consortium, Madrid, [Public Paper]

‘Who is the Britain, within Tate Britain? An Black Feminist Responds,’ 5th Annual Postgraduate Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies, University of Birmingham, [Public Paper]

‘Decolonising the Gaze,’ University of West England, [Guest Lecture]

‘Decolonising Design: Curating an Intersectional Climate Movement,’ V&A Friday Late [Panellist]

2018

‘Who is the Britain within Tate Britain? An Black Feminist Responds,’ AHRC’s Challenging Histories Conference, Pitts Rivers Museum/ University of Oxford, [Public Paper]

‘Sustainable Fashion Pedagogies’, International Association for Visual Culture, London College of Communication,  [Public Paper]

‘The Power of a Story’, Convening for Contemporary Art, Education, and Social Justice, New Museum, New York,  [Public Paper]

‘Righteous Anger,’ Scholar-Activism in the 21st Century Conference, British Library, [Workshop]

2015

‘Centre of the Margin: Understanding the Politics of Creative Reflection,’ Modern Art Oxford, [Workshop]

2014

‘Centre of the Margin: Understanding the Politics of Creative Reflection,’ Royal School of Speech and Drama, [Workshop]

2013

‘Re-Introducing Oshun,’ The Trouble With Research, INiVA,  [Public Paper]