'StadtLandscahften', exhibited at the Stadtmuseum, Berlin (touring), Ephraim Palais, Poststraße 16, 10178 Berlin 3rd July – 4th October 2009, www.stadtmuseum.de. Exhibition showing 46 works including woodcut, white chalk on blackboard, ink and mixed media on paper.
An 80 page monograph was published on the occasion Emma Stibbon: StadtLandschaften published by Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld/Leipzig ISBN 978-3-86678-2754 with essays on the artist’s work by Andreas Teltow, Keeper of Fine Art, Stadtmuseum Berlin and Dr Carolyn Wilde.
Public gallery talk with curator Andreas Teltow at the Stadtmuseum, Berlin. The exhibition was supported by the Ilse Augustin Foundation, the University of Brighton and the British Council.
'StadtLandscahften' (touring), shown at the University of Brighton Gallery, Grand Parade, BN2 0JY 9-30 January 2010. Solo exhibition of 23 drawings and prints. The exhibition was supported by an Individual Artist Award from Arts Council South West and the University of Brighton.
Together with Peter Seddon, Stibbon co-organised an APPRI symposium 'Drawing, Place and Memory' held on 15th January 2010 in the Sallis Benney Theatre, with individual presentations by Dr Iain Biggs, Anne-Marie Creamer and Emma Stibbon followed by a panel debate, chaired by Peter Seddon.
'Now’s the Time', exhibited at Gallery upstairs berlin, Am Kupfergraben 10, 3rd floor 10117 Berlin 13th March – 24th April 2010 www.upstairs-berlin.com/exhibitions/2010/emma-stibbon. A solo exhibition of 12 drawings on paper and board installed in the gallery.
Two person exhibition:
'Utopian Architecture; Ian Monroe and Emma Stibbon', exhibited at Gallery upstairs berlin, 5th July – 6th August 2005 www.upstairs-berlin.com/exhibitions/2005/ian-monroe-emma-stibbon-utopian-architecture-/. 21 drawings on paper.
Publication 'Utopian Architecture' containing an interview with the artist and Dr Harriet Haussler, co-Director, Gallery upstairs berlin, Berlin.
Works by Emma Stibbon were featured in an international anthology of drawing 'The Drawing Book', edited by Tania Kovats, Black Dog Publishing, London 2009. Five drawings from the 'Stadlandschaften' series were exhibited in 'Shock and Awe", a group exhibition at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol 19 July – 28 September 2014, curated by Professor Paul Gough