Leading site-writing workshops has been and continues to be an important part of exploring the potential of site-writing as a form of practice, since participants at the workshops approach the invitation to write spatially from multiple perspectives, depending on their own disciplinary background, education, mode of practice, political position and attitude to life. 

I have conducted site-writing workshops at the following places and as part of the following events: 

At the invitation of Professor Annie Chu, this site-writing workshop will be part of the Unmentionables Symposium, presented by the Department of Interior Architecture at Woodbury University School of Architecture, at WUHO Gallery, 6518 Hollywood Blvd , Los Angeles, CA 90028 United States, (6 April 2019)

At the invitation of Dr Joanne Morra, this was a workshop for PhD students, at the University of the Arts London, held at Central St Martins, (2018).

At the invitation of Professor Rochus Hinkel, this workshop was held with students from architecture and industrial design, as part of a series of feminist lectures and workshops hosted by Rochus, held in the town, and hosted by the University of Regensburg, (2017).

At the invitation of the Tasmanian College of the Arts, University of Tasmania, and organized with the help of Dr Maria Kunder, this workshop included MA and PhD students and staff from University of Tasmania, Australia, (2016).

At the invitation of Prof. Johan Verbeke, Associate Professor Tine Nørgaard and practising visual artist and external Associate Professor Nanna Gro Henningsen, this one day workshop was part of the Critical Written Reflection program and also involved PhD students from art and architecture at Aarhus School of Architecture, University of Aarhus, Denmark, (12-3 March 2016)

At the invitation of Professor Hans Kiib, and as part of the funded project Instant Urbanism, this one-day workshop, supported by curator Dr Signe Brink Pedersen was with practice-led PhD students in art, industrial design, and architecture from across Denmark held at the University of Aalburg, Denmark, (7-8 May 2014).

At the invitation of artist Bella Kerr and curator Amanda Roderick this site-writing workshop focused on memory and place, and was part of Coming to Welsh, comprising a text-work designed by Marit Muenzberg, and an installation at The Mission Gallery, Swansea, as part of Bella Kerr’s Keeper, along with artists Kathryn Faulkner and Karen Ingham (7–11 May 2013).

Spatial Dialectics, a week-long workshop I was invited to host by Professor Dorita Hannah, curator of Theatre Architecture, as part of the Prague Quadrennial, 11th International Competitive Exhibition of Scenography and Theatre Architecture (June 16 – 26, 2011).

As part of the Writing around the Kitchen Table symposium, hosted by Professor Helene Frichot, then of RMIT, Melbourne, Australia (2010)

At the invitation of FATALE, and a special even they held on Feminist Spatial Practices, I conducted a site-writing workshop, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden (2009)

At the invitation of philosopher, architect and architectural critic, Professor Stephen Loo, this workshop was for second year architectural design students, at the School of Architecture, University of Tasmania Tasmania, Australia, (2009)

At the invitation of critic, artist and writer, Dr Linda Marie Walker, and as part of the conference she hosted Writing in an Expanded Field, between the schools of Fine Art and Architecture, this workshop included MA and PhD students and staff from University of Southern Australia, (2009)

At the invitation of Professor Katja Grillner, and hosted by her and Professor Rolf Hughes, this workshop involved artist and architect PhD students from Konstfack and KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, (2006)

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