Reflections and Directions, Conversational Research Hui, Physics Room, Christchurch. Saturday 12 November 2016. Presenters: Taarati Taiaroa with Jess Holly Bates, Bridget Riggir with Ana Iti, Bridget Reweti with Salote Tawale, Fayen d'Evie with Katie West. Co-organiser and presenter.
Taharangi Hou | Shaping the New Horizon, Ōtepoti Matariki Wānanga: Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin Public Library. Friday 10 – Sunday 12 June 2016. Co-facilitator with Elisapeta Heta.
All About Artist Run Spaces. Tautai Professional Development // Life After Art School. Friday 11th September, 2015. Presentation.
Critical Form: Aesthetics and Ecologies for a Future World. Massey University, Collage of Creative Arts, Thursday July 23rd, 2015. Presentation & panelist.
Master class: The art of service: working in the collective space for collective outcomes. Massey University. College of Creative Arts, Friday July 24, 2015. Design and facilitation of Master class.
The Park artist talk & community workshops in community centres: Studio One, Grey Lynn, Kelmarna Gardens, Green Jam, Parnell, Grafton. April–June 2014. Presentation & Workshop.
Mesh Cities: Aotearoa Digital Artists Auckland Symposium, Revealing Layers panel: speakers included Andrea Selwood, Chris Berthelsen and Taarati Taiaroa. Chaired by Caro McCaw. AUT City Campus, WG Sir Paul Reeves Building, Auckland: 13 September 2014. Presentation and Panelist.
International Artist Initiated: Fresh Milk, speakers included representatives of Fresh Milk (Barbados), Cyprus Dossier (Cyprus), Clark House Initiative (India), RM (New Zealand) and Video Art Network Lagos (Nigeria). Chaired by Mario Caro (President of ResArtis). Broadcast live from David Dale Gallery, Glasgow: 19 July 2014. Panelist representing RM.
Artist run space as open office, Nick Spratt and Taarati Taiaroa (RM), ST PAUL St Gallery 2014 Curatorial Symposium - Alternative modes of practice: roles and responsibilities of individual and institution session: 20 June 2013. Presentation.
Kaupapa Māori exhibiting histories, Taarati Taiaroa (University of Auckland), ST PAUL St Gallery 2013 Curatorial Symposium: From a history of exhibitions towards a future of exhibition making: 09 August 2013. Presentation.
Curating Print, Taarati Taiaroa and Tracey Williams, in Print Season 2011 Symposium, ST PAUL St - AUT University: 16 April 2011. Presentation.
components of a special collection: a discussion on making books in artistic practice, speakers included – David Merritt, Peter Simpson, Mary Louise Brown, Richard Orjis, Simon Eisling, Taarati Taiaroa and Tracey Williams: 09 April 2011.Panelist.
Assessing printmaking as a medium and methodology, panelists included: Jonathan Mane-Wheoki (Ngapuhi/Te Aupouri/Ngati Kuri), Peter Simpson, Jonty Valentine, Steve Lovett, Tracey Williams and Taarati Taiaroa; with Fiona Jack (Chair). 24 April 2010. Panelist.
"Conversational Research: Praxis & Emergence", A Year of Conscious Practice, 2016. Online Publication.
"Matt Pine: Placement Projects revisted", Off the Wall, no.13, November 2016, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, http://arts.tepapa.govt.nz/off-the-wall/10520/matt-pine-placement-projects-revisited
Centre for Māori Art: The University of Auckland Tukutuku, Gus Fisher Gallery. February 2015. Exhibition wall text.
HE WAKA EKE NOA: we are all in this together, written for the exhibition HE WAKA EKE NOA: we are all in this together, Papakura Art Gallery: 28 June – 9 August 2014. Print.
Shape Analysis, written in response to Sarah Smuts-Kennedy’s work that featured in From light, forms, Jane Brown & Sarah Smuts-Kennedy, Breenspace, Sydney: 20 September – 19 October 2013. Print.
War Memorial Wharenui and Wharekai, Bill McKay, Fiona Jack and Taarati Taiaroa, in Indigenising Knowledge for Current and Future Generations: Symposium Proceedings March 2012, Te Whare Kura: Indigenous Knowledges, Peoples and Identities Thematic Research Initiative; The University of Auckland; and Ngā Pae o te Māramantanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence, The University of Auckland, New Zealand: March 2012, p.80-93. Print.
components of a special collection, Contributors: Richard Orjis, Erica Van Zon, Simon Esling, Peter Madden, Andrew McLeod, David Meritt, Arch MacDonnell, John Reynolds, Tara Mcleod, Peter Simpson, Brendon O’Brien, Greg O’Brien, Megan Jenkinson, Max White, Mary-Louise Brown, Simon Denny, Fiona Jack, Kate Newby, Gail Keefe, Tom Irwin, Stephanie Reid, Louise Menzies, Wystan Curnow. Compiled, edited and published by Taarati Taiaroa and Tracey Williams, Auckland: 2011. ISBN 978-0-9864620-1-6. Print.
Best Wishes Nora Gee, Tracey Williams & Taarati Taiaroa, in The National Grid #7, Auckland: The National Grid, July 2011, p.53. ISSN 1177-2468. Print.
To wish you a wish with best wishes for kind thoughts and every good wish: Tracey Williams and Taarati Taiaroa talk to Dan Arps about Best Wishes Nora Gee, Projectspace B431 catalogue for Best Wishes Nora Gee, Auckland: The University the Auckland, April 2010. Print.
BEST WISHES NORA GEE: a complete collection, Auckland: Tracey Williams, Taarati Taiaroa, The University of Auckland, April 2010. ISBN 277-0-0000698-5-4. Print.