Please note: this is an uncurated record of creative activities in reverse chronological order. Solo exhibitions are indicated in colour.

Invited to co-judge Waitakere Arts 50th Members Expo and Art Awards Exhibition, 20–23 April , 2024.

Home Sweet Home, family-focussed community art project/treasure hunt (creation of an imaginary home interior for a stingray) x 8 artists, at Silo Park c/- Fresh Concept, 29 March–29 April, 2024

Praxis (faculty show), Browne School of Art, 5 March–12 April, 2024.

Maker’s Space exhibition at Uxbridge, October, 2023.

A Time and A Place, solo exhibition Railway Street Gallery + Studios, 9–28 March, 2023.
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in-sight (faculty show), Browne School of Art, 7 March–1 April, 2023.

Mt Albert Grammar School, design and co-creation of permanent site-specific drawing installation, leading a team of senior arts students, February 2023.

Found, Wound and Woven, site-specific installation, Kaipara Coast Sculpture Gardens, November 2022–November 2023.

Open Studios Waitakere, November 27, and accompanying preview exhibition Lopdell House, Titirangi, 21–27 November, 2022.

Walker & Hall Art Award, Waiheke Community Art Gallery, 14 October–13 November, 2022.

Stellar (faculty show), Browne School of Art, 8–26 March, 2022.

Opus (faculty show), Browne School of Art, 15 June–3 July, 2021.

Hide n Tweet community art project, Smales Farm, Takapuna, Auckland, 17 April-2 May, 2021.

Toi Ako (Flirting With Form exhibition – see description below), Hastings City Art Gallery, 13 March–23 May, 2021.

Walker & Hall Art Award, Waiheke Community Art Gallery, 23 October–15 November, 2020.

Flirting With Form: Works by Toi Ako Artists, (a group show curated and initiated by Connect The Dots, a charitable trust working creatively with older people and those with dementia… The exhibition showcased selected works from the Toi Ako 6-month mentoring programme, 2019, and featured artwork made by participants alongside works from their mentors), Papakura Art Gallery, 17 March–18 April, 2020.

Matrix (faculty show): Browne School of Art, 25 Feb–14 March, 2020.

System & Circumstance: Zoë Nash and Linda Roche. Process/Colour/Materiality, Browne School of Art Gallery, 6–23 November, 2019.

Inaugural TRASHED AS Artist in Residence Programme, Waitakere Refuse and Recyling Centre, April 1–May 31, 2019. Exhibition: Corbans Estate Art Centre, June 2019.

Between Tides, site-specific beach installation for one-day collaborative art event, Herne Bay, Auckland, April 7, 2019.

MYRIAD, Browne School of Art Faculty Show, BSA Gallery, Auckland, February 26–March 16, 2019.

Carousel, site-specific installation, Kaipara Coast Sculpture Trail for duration of 2019.

MADE (Mt Albert Art and Design Exhibition), Alberton Historic House, Auckland, October 20/21, 24–26, 2018.

Slowly and Carefully, Grey/The Grey Place, Auckland, June 26–July 7, 2018.

Kaipara Coast Sculpture Trail, installed for the duration of 2018.

Renegotiating the Feminine Ideal, Tacit Gallery, Hamilton, 10–24 March, 2018.

Tightrope: Tension in Contemporary Drawing, BSA Gallery Auckland, October 18–18 November, 2017.

LOOK at K’Rd, Artweek, Fort Greene @ St Kevin’s Arcade, Auckland, 7–15 October, 2017.

‘What I See…’ Artweek drawing show, Grey, Auckland, 3–21 October, 2017.

Chroma: BSA Gallery inaugural show featuring work from Browne School of Art tutors, Auckland, 16 August–16 September, 2017.

Matariki Meets Mt Albert, Alberton, Auckland, July 2017.

Paperwork, DEMO, Auckland, March 2017.

Kaipara Coast Sculpture Trail, installed for the duration of 2017.

MADE, Mt Albert Art & Design Exhibition, pop-up show November 19, 2016.

Drawn, window installation and collaborative drawing project @ Johnny Feedback Café, Auckland CBD, Artweek 8–16 Oct, 2016.

Open Studio Events x 2, Artweek, Sunday School Bldg Queen St, Auckland, October 2016.

Mt Albert Stories project with Ron Mackie for Mt Albert YMCA/Eden-Albert Local Board, May 2016.

Harbourview Sculpture Trail, 5–20 March, Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland, 2016.

Kaipara Coast Sculpture Trail, installed end of 2015/ for the duration of 2016.

Prop, window installation @ Vixen, Karangahape Road, Auckland, as part of Artweek 10–18 Oct, 2015.

Parkin Drawing Prize, 11 August – 13 September 2015, NZ Academy of Fine Arts, Wellington.

Kaipara Coast Sculpture Trail, installed throughout 2015.

100 Days Project 2014.

Harbourview Sculpture Trail, March 2014, Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland.

The Chair Project, March 2014, Open Studio Event, Whanganui.

Open Studios, Queen St, Auckland city, December 2013.

Sculpture on the Peninsula 2013, Loudon Farm, Banks Peninsula.

Off the Wall, window installation @ Buana Satu, Karangahape Road, Auckland, as part of Art Week 11–20 Oct, 2013.

150 years of Alberton, an exhibition of works that reference Mt Albert’s historic house as part of Auckland’s Heritage Festival, 5–13 Oct, 2013.

100 Days Project 2013, exhibition at The Nathan Club, Britomart, 14/15 Sept 2013.

Small Sculpture Show, Waiheke Community Art Gallery, May–June 2013.

Open Studio, Queen St, Auckland City, with Matthew Browne, John Eaden, Bruce Edman, Marjorie MacLean, Peter Miller and Kathryn Stevens, Dec 8, 2012.

Scribble: In Side Out. Collaborative window installation with Carol Green, part of Auckland Art Week: A Journey to K’ Rd, 26 Oct–4 Nov , 2012.

Walker & Hall Waiheke Art Award, Waiheke Community Art Gallery,  2012.

Pt Chevalier Community Art Project, permanent public artwork created for the Auckland City Council and Pt Chevalier Community Centre. Launched September 2011 and housed at the Pt Chevalier Community Centre.

Core: Year One Faculty Show, Whitecliffe, March 2011.

Whitecliffe Faculty Show at Montclair University, New York, February 2011.

Desire Lines. Facilitated and curated by Zoë Nash, co-curated and installed by Jill Segedin, Artstation, Auckland, 21 July–7 August, 2010.

Fullers Reclaim to Fame, Waiheke Community Art Gallery, 28 May–14 June, 2010.

Group show at Sustainability Conference, Massey University Albany Campus, Auckland 12/13 November, 2009.

Whitecliffe Faculty Show 2009.

200 x 200 x 200 Christmas Group Show, Kina Art and Design Space, New Plymouth, December 2008.

Mt Albert Community Art Project, permanent public artwork created for the Auckland City Council. Launched May 24, 2008 and housed at the Mt Albert Community & Recreation Centre.

Extracting Abstraction, Kina, New Plymouth, March–April 2008.

Limbo-land: referencing Phyllis Reserve and the Oakley Creek walkway, Artstation, Auckland, September 12–29, 2007.

Reconnected, Percy Thomson Gallery, Stratford, Taranaki, July–August, 2007.

New Work by Zoe Nash, Peter Collis and Hope Gibbons, Bank Street Gallery, Whangarei, June–July 2007.

CMYK, The Butterfly Net, Auckland, March 2007.

Never Ending Stories, PPG Gallery, Auckland, May 2006.

Peel, Artspost Galleries, Hamilton, November 2003.

Whip it Up, Gully Lounge, Karangahape Road, October 2003.

Peel, Waiheke Community Art Gallery, Waiheke Island, August 2003.

ArtCutOut, Victoria Henwood Gallery, New Plymouth, April 2003.

Christmas Cracker, Victoria Henwood Gallery, December 2002.

Dreaming of Me: MFA solo exhibition, Grafton, July 2002.

Summit, Victoria Henwood Gallery, July 2002.


Finalist: Walker & Hall Waiheke Art Award, 2022, 2020 and 2012.
Zinni Douglas Merit Award: Walker & Hall Waiheke Art Award 2012.

Recipient: Trashed As Artist in Residence Programme, Waitakere Transfer Station, April–May 2019.

Finalist: Parkin Drawing Prize 2015.

Finalist: Small Sculpture Prize: Waiheke Community Art Gallery, May–June 2013.

Finalist: Trust Waikato Contemporary Art Awards, August 2004.

Recipient: Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design Scholarship, 2003.

Finalist: Telecom Art Awards, Taranaki 2001.

Additional Creative Projects

Nell Anne Quilt Project, part of Australian artist Nell’s collaborative residency at McCahon House, Auckland, May 2020.

School art shows 2023: Mt Albert Grammar School, Auckland.

School art shows 2017: Baradene College, Mt Albert Grammar School, King’s College, Auckland.

The Custom of the Sea, super-sized wall drawing by artist, Richard Lewer, and a team of volunteers for St Paul St Gallery, AUT, May 2015.

Wet Hot Beauties, water-ballet inspired pop-up dance performances at a range of Auckland beaches throughout summer 2015.

Between The Tides, collaborative and solo beach sculpture exhibitions, Herne Bay, Auckland, March 2014 and 2013.

Yarn Bomb, Mt Albert, pop-up art woolly tree project, July 2013.

Artsight Window Exhibition, Spin drawing exhibited March 2013.

Complaints Choir, pop-up public art performances as part of The Living Room (Art in the CBD) April 2009.

National Drawing Award: 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006. (The Physics Room, Christchurch, and Artspace, Auckland).

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