2016 Annalee Davis in residence with Delfina Foundation as part of the Empire Remains Shop, a project by Cooking Sections.
  The Colloquy: Wild Plants as Active Agents in the Process of Decolonisation
Moderated by Cooking Sections, colloquists include Annalee Davis, Niall Finneran (PhD., Archaeology | University of Winchester) and Janice Cheddie (PhD.).
2015 Tilting Axis 1.5, Southern Panoramas, 19th Contemporary Art Festival, Sesc_Videobrasil, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  International Seminar of Contemporary Art – Other Histories in Contemporary Art, Paco das Artes, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  Visiting artist/mentor at 'Caribbean Linked III', a reginal residency programme organized by Ateliers '89, The Fresh Milk Art Platform Inc. and ARC nc. at Ateliers '89, Aruba.
2014 Panelist with Amanda Haynes and Yasmine Espert – ‘Fresh Art / Spaces’, The Caribbean Digital, a small axe event, Barnard College / Colombia University, NY, USA.
  Fresh Milk XVI – Launch of Robert & Christopher publication ‘See Me Here’, The Fresh Milk Art Platform Inc. Barbados.
  "Transnational Histories" - Guest panelist at the symposium with Rocio Aranda-Alvarez and Tobias Ostrander, Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, Perez Art Museum Miami, USA.
2013 “Sustainable Art Communities: Creativity and Policy in the Transnational Caribbean”, Panelist, Institute for International Visual Arts (Iniva), London.
  “Champagne Tastes and Mauby Pockets – Beyond Economic Vulnerability – How Can We Move Towards Healthy Cultural Eco-Systems?” - Sustainable Art Communities: Creativity and Policy in the Transnational Caribbean - Institute of International Visual Arts (Iniva), London.
  “Unrecognised Affinities” - Hospitality and the Politics of Mobility, 18th Contemporary Art Festival SESC Videobrasil, 30 Years- Southern Panoramas, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  “The Fresh Milk Art Platform Inc. and its context in the wider Caribbean” - The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Transforming Spaces.
2012 El Museo del Barrio, New York, USA, Guest Lecturer.
  Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA. A series of guest lectures at the Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies.
2011 Instituto Buena Vista, Curacao, Visiting Artist.
  "Has the Plantation Complex Fallen?" - Guest Lecturer, Bridget Jones Travel Award, the Society for Caribbean Studies Conference, June 30th 2011, The International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
2010 The Biennial of the Americas - ‘The Nature of Things Speaker Series’, Denver, Colorado, USA. A Conversation between Curator Tariana Navas-Nieves and Annalee Davis.
  Association of Caribbean Studies Annual Conference, Barbados – Of People & Lands – Project 45 and Maps”

Seminar Series in Theory and Criticism. Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature, Cave Hill Campus, University of the West Indies. "Of People and Lands - Project 45 and Maps"


Fifth Workshop on Caribbean Theory & Criticism / Trans-Atlantic Journeys & Migrations. Visualising Intra-Caribbean Migration – An Overview of Project 45 including a screening of the video installation – Migrant Discourse”, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados – coordinated by Dr. Richard Clarke


Guest Lecturer to present & screen ON THE MAP at Virtual Caribbeans Conference, Tulane University.

  Guest Lecturer to present & screen ON THE MAP, Business Management Studies, UWI, Cave Hill, Barbados.
2007 Gallery Talk at the Brooklyn Musuem of Art, Infinite Island exhibition.
2006 Visiting Lecturer at The University of Michigan; Montclair State University, & Paul Robeson Gallery, New Jersey, NYU, New York City & Emory University, Atlanta.
2004 Panelist at Joscelyn Gardner’s solo exhibition, White Skin, Black Kin: Speaking the Unspeakable, An intervention into the Barbados Museum & Historical Society, Barbados.
2003 Visiting Lecturer at Latin American & Caribbean Studies Dept., Emory University, Atlanta, Women & Gender Studies Dept., Rutgers University, NJ,
Art Dept., Montclair University, NJ; & Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC.
2002 Visiting lecturer at Art Museum of the Americas & Howard University,
Washington, D.C.; Tulane University, New Orleans; & The University of the West Indies, Humanities Week, Barbados
1999 Panel Discussion on Chris Cozier's solo show "...and he was such a
polite boy", The Art Foundry, Barbados.
1998 Public Lectures on the Lips, Sticks & Marks show, The Art Foundry,
Barbados, Contemporary Caribbean Arts Limited, Trinidad.
  The Authentic Self, with I.Shaw/Trinidad & A.Martinez/Aruba, Contemporary Caribbean Arts Limited, Trinidad.
1997 Contemporary Art in the Caribbean, Museum Africa, Jo’burg, South Africa.
  Artist Proof Studio, Johannesburg, South Africa.
1992 A Rutgers Dialogues Innovative curriculum project - Response of the Creative Mind to Gender, Race, Class & Identity, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA.
  Printmaking at the Millennium, an International Project, Boston.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
1993 Art in Barbados & Representing Artists, The Artists' Union, Aruba, The Public Library; Curacao, The Carib Art Symposium, and Trinidad, Aquarella Gallery.

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