2018: On the Edge of Discourse: Seeing afresh ‘everyday’ objects, people and experiences – an artist perspective. In Into The Mountains: A Meet, Tramway, Glasgow.
2018: Lives of Others: Socially Engaged and Applied Arts and Performance Practice. In The Lives of Others Symposium. Curated by Tabitha Moses, The Arts Centre, Edge Hill University.
2018: Materialising The Void: A feminine sublime approach to mountain walking-performance. Performing Mountains: How Do Artists Touch the Void? Kendal Mountain Festival, Abbot Hall Centre, Kendal.
2018: Dorothy's Room and Women's Walks to Remember: "With memory I was there."In This Girl Did: Dorothy Wordsworth and Women’s Mountaineering, Kendal Montain Festival, Brewery Arts Centre Theatre, Kendal.
2018: Art & Mobilities Network (invited participant/member). At: The Inaugural Symposium (3 July 2018 Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster), Centre for Mobilities Research (CEMORE) at Lancaster University.
2018: Imaging and Walking Alternative Life-Paths. In There’s More to Life Than Having Children, Fertility Fest, 8-13 May 2018, Bush Theatre, London, UK.
May 2018: Workshop and Presentation: 'Searching for a Landscape: Warnscale for Men.' on the ‘Men Have Infertility Too’ and ‘More to Life’ Panels. Event: Fertility Festival 2018, The Bush Theatre, London.
May 2018. Workshop: Walks to Remember at the Creative Arts in Dementia Festival, The Dukes, Lancaster.
March 2018: Presentation: Sites of Transformation (Mountain): A ‘feminine’ sublime approach to the creation of site-specific walking-performance that serves as a transformational catalyst on the ‘Mountain Identity and Gender Panel. Event: Performing Mountains Symposium, Leeds University.
2017: Warnscale: Emplacing, Re-imaging and Transforming ‘Missing’ Life-Events. In Mobile Utopia: Pasts: Presents: Futures, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
2017: Keynote Paper Presentation: Sites of Transformation – A Scenographic ‘Feminine Sublime’ Approach to the Creation of Walking-Performance in Rural Landscapes. In Sacred Places: Performances, Politics and Ecologies A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK.
November 2017: Paper and Exhibition: Warnscale: Emplacing, Re-imaging and Transforming ‘Missing’ Life-Events. Event: Mobile Utopia: Pasts: Presents: Futures, Lancaster University.
2016: Presentation: 'Scenographic Sublime: The walking-Performance of Louise Ann Wilson'. Event: Walking Women, Somerset House, London. Curated by Amy Sharrocks and Clare Qualmann, in collaboration with Dee Heddon.
2016: Warnscale: A Land Mark Walk Reflecting On Infertility and Childlessness and The Gathering. In When (Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Doesn’t Work, Fertility Festival 2016,Park Theatre, London, UK and Plan B: Making an Alternative Dream,Fertility Fest 2016, The Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Birmingham, UK.
2016: Warnscale and The Gathering. In Mountainsides Symposium, School of Performance and Cultural Industries, Leeds University, Leeds, UK.
June 2016: Presentation: 'Emplacing, Re-imaging and Transforming Infertltiy: Warnscale and The Gathering'. Event: Fertility Fest 2016 Park Theatre, London. Session: When ART Doesn’t Work.
BBC Radio 4 Ramblings. Series 31, Episode 1: Artists Ways. Broadcast: Louise Ann Wilson and Clare Balding discuss the essential role walking plays in contemporary artist's work. Louise explains to Clare that this 9-kilometer walk and the accompanying guide, are aimed at women who are childless-by-circumstance.
1 December 2015: Presentation: 'Warnscale: A Landmark Walk'. Event: Tuesday Talk, Dove Cottage, Wordsworth Trust, Grasmere, Cumbria.
2015: Creating Warnscale: Applying Dorothy Wordsworth’s Mode of the Feminine Sublime to a Walking Performance about In/Fertility and Childlessness. InLandscapes Language and Sublime: A Two Day Symposium and Creative Gathering, Schumacher College, Dartington, Devon, UK.
August 2015: Presentation: 'The Site-Specific Practice of Louise Ann Wilson'. Event: Sited + A two-day symposium with practitioners and producers working in the field of site-specific performance, Glasgow, Scotland.