1. Woven through time: 2011 – 2017: This was my solo exhibition held in the jewellery department as part of the 2017 Contemporary Jewellery Forum (2017)
  2. ASAP to 4IR ExhibitionThe “ASAP (A South African Perspective) to 4IR” Exhibition was a duo exhibition by Thato Radebe and Khanya Mthethwa which included work of invited practitioners from 3 other higher education institutions. The aim was to create dialogue between the works on display through juxtaposing approaches within 4IR and IKS. (2019)
  3. Lost connection: reflections on online jewellery design teaching: In this paper, four educators teaching undergraduate jewellery design and manufacture recount our adaptations to online learning during the COVID19 lockdown, and how this impacted our ideas about lecture content and delivery. We look at the possibilities for online study in jewellery design in relation to the developments of the fourth industrial revolution, such as blended learning, simulations and computer aided design and manufacture. (2021)
  4. Interventions in Practice ExhibitionThe exhibitions features the work of eight academic staff members from the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture (FADA). These include, Eugene Hön (gallery director and curator of this exhibition), Alexander Opper, Bongani Khoza, Deirdre Pretorius, Khanya Mthethwa, Marc Edwards, Martin Bolton and Thato Radebe. The exhibition showcases their work as artists and designers to the university community and broader public. It also provides an opportunity for them to have their work accredited as creative research outputs through a peer-review process. (2021)
  5. Situated MakingSituated Making’ is the latest offering of creative outputs from academics in the University of Johannesburg’s Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture. The exhibition, which showcases recent works by 13 creative practioners, posits the artefact as creative research. In presenting ‘artworks’ as research, the exhibition challenges the primacy of the written word as vehicle for meaning making. Through their inter-disciplinary explorations across ceramics, video art, sculpture, installation, jewellery, design, architecture, assemblage and performance the featured makers question the nature of knowledge creation and dissemination. (2022)