October 31 2018 – 17 March 2019: Apologies (2016) is exhibited at MACBA, Barcelona in the exhibition In the open or in stealth – The unruly presence of an intimate future’ curated by Raqs Media Collective.

June 2018: Blacklist included at rough cut state in Rough/Ready programme at Sheffield Doc/Fest

March 2018: Apologies exhibited at AV Festival, NewcastleMeanwhile, What About Socialism.
Review: Frieze review by George Vasey

September – December 2017: Mouth Shut, Loud Shouts group exhibition at Marabouparken, Stockholm. Including the film Apologies, posters by Art Against Blacklisting and archive material about the Economic League from Mike Hughes
Review: Kultur

14 July 2017: Screening of Apologies Tolpuddle Festival 2017, programmed by Marcy Saude.

27 July – 27 August 2016: Exhibition of new short film Apologies responding to Blacklist legal case Jerwood Space, London
Apologies, Philomena Epps
This is Tomorrow, William Rees
Art Monthly, podcast

03 March 2016: Screening and discussion with Dave Smith (Blacklist Support Group)
Manual Labours, Birkbeck University, London

10 February 2016: Screening of Conversation with Blacklisted Workers (2016)
Film Screening and Talk with Neil Findlay MSP
Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh

09 February 2016: Presentation of research with video journalist Jason Parkinson and screening of the film Miners Shot Down (2014) directed by Rehad Desai. The film documents the Marikana Massacre in South Africa in which 44 people were killed during strike action for a living wage in 2012.

November 2015: Exhibition and events
Rhubaba Gallery Edinburgh
Product Magazine, Neil Cooper
The Skinny, Adam Benmakhlouf