2019 – A Brief History of Healing – Project with Gail Howard highlighting the value of art making in relation to health. Arts Council of Wales
2019 – Kings Road Artists Group Exhibition – Hearth Gallery, Llandough
2019 – Breathing Space – person-centred creative sessions for adults experiencing stress, anxiety and/or depression. With Katja Stiller and Nick Clements, Valley and Vale Arts
2019 – Dod yn ôl at fy nghoed – Printmaking and storytelling residency at St Gabriel and Raphael Primary school, Tonypandy. Commissioned as part of Lead Creative Schools
2018 – Printmaking commission – working with children from Beaufort Hill Primary school, Ebbw Vale as part of Lead Creative Schools
2018 – Printmaking and card making sessions – working for United Welsh Housing at Llanrumney and Ely Hubs
2018 – Close your Eyes and Sing – Expressive painting commission for Made in Roath Festival
2018 – Monologue: ‘Mapping the Terrain’, to be performed at the Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle as part of Women in Film collaboration with Sarah Gonnet.
Oct 2017-Feb 2018 – Stories of the Heath: Printmaking and storytelling residency at Ton-yr-Ywen school. Commissioned as part of an Arts Council Wales and Government initiative to embed arts and creativity into the Welsh curriculum.
2017 – Curated and exhibited in Donne Feroci – Group Exhibition, West Wharf Gallery: https://lineupnow.com/event/donne-feroci
2017 – Combine – Group exhibition of printmaking at West Wharf Gallery: https://sarahjfeatherstone.com/2017/10/30/new-exhibition/
2016 – The Mothers: Project documenting women’s experiences of combining motherhood with being an artist. Working in collaboration with MADE Gallery.
2010 – Lines – two week drawing/writing residency as part of the Empty Shops Project, Newport: http://emptyshopsproject.blogspot.co.uk/2010_06_01_archive.html
2010– Awen – Public art Superdragon for Wild in Art and Newport Council. Exhibited on the streets of Newport for a month. Worked with children of Bettws High School and older adults from Stow Hill Share Centre to produce poems to put on the sculpture.