Imagined Landscapes as part of Foldback ANAT project for the 1998 Adelaide Festival of Arts (various locations then touring during 1999 to Umbrella Studios, Townsville; Kick Arts, Cairns; 24 Hour Art, Darwin; PICA – Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth)
Curation (a curatorial discourse) (Postgraduate exhibition) Storey Hall Gallery, RMIT, Melbourne 1997
Wearable curated by Rifki Effendi, Gallery Padi, Bandung, Indonesia 1998
Offline curated by Kevin Murray as part of Sacred and Profane for the 1998 Telstra Adelaide Festival of the Arts, Visual Arts Program, JamFactory Gallery. (Damon Moon work Object Lesson 1996
Untitled project with Bernas newspaper, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (publication of four artworks in four editions of the newspaper)
The Real Thing Canberra Contemporary Art Space 1999 (ceramics by Damon Moon with an essay by Kevin Murray)
Décor curated by Brett Jones (Arts Victoria Discrete Projects) 1999
The Edible City as part of the Symposium of Australian Gastronomy: convenor Gay Bilson, at the 2002 Telstra Adelaide Festival of the Arts, Adelaide 2002
Bowl Khai Liew Design, Adelaide 2006
Damon Moon – recent studio pottery Freeland Gallery, Sydney 2009 (solo)
The following articles appear in the Journal of Australian Ceramics published by the Australian Ceramics Association.
Other selected books, book chapters, articles and transcripts of conference papers and public talks (from 1996)
Since the mid 1990s has spoken extensively at conferences, been a guest lecturer and tutor at universities, art galleries and museums both in Australia and abroad. Dr. Damon Moon has spoken at all four past national ceramics conferences, including giving the keynote closing address at the 1st Australian Ceramics Triennale held in Sydney in 2009 and appearing on a panel at the 2nd Australian Ceramics Triennale held in Adelaide in 2012. He has spoken at a conference of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand on the role of the curator in contemporary Asian art and has given lectures on Australian and Indonesian contemporary art in both Australia and Indonesia. He taught a subject on contemporary Asian art at the University of South Australia and has been an invited lecturer in ceramics practice, history and technology at the same institution.
IN 2013 he appeared on the panel Writing and Art as part of the Word Adelaide festival held at the State Library of South Australia and delivered a paper discussing the legacy of Gwyn Hanssen Pigott at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
He has also taught practical classes in ceramics at TAFE colleges and universities and has conducted many workshops on ceramic materials and techniques.
He is currently Creative Director of the Ceramics Studio at JamFactory Contemporary Craft and Design.