2014. Heritage Without Borders Foundation, textile conservation and interpretation training programme in Gjirokastra, Albania.
2013. SYNTHESYS. Module 5: Curation of ethnobiology collections, Synthesys Advanced Training in Collection Management, 24-25 June 2013, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK.
2012. Conservation Centre Vejle, Denmark, series of trainings for museum volunteers.
As invited speaker
2017. with Patricia Te Arapo Wallace. ‘A Cambridge Conundrum: new questions need new answers’. 6-7 April 2017, Museum Ethnographers Group Conference Cloth and Costume in Ethnographic Museums: New Directions in Research, Care and Interpretation , University of Glasgow.
2017. L. Dovgan Nurse, V. Ljubic-Tobisch, C. Clouter, T. Winkler, M. van Bommel, A. Selviasiuk, M. de Keijzer, R. Hofmann-de Keijzer. Dye Analysis Contributes to the Interpretation of the Object’s History: Investigating Upholstery of the 1841 Horse-Drawn Railway Carriage ‘Hannibal’ at the Technical Museum Vienna. 22-24 November 2017, Heritage Science Days Vienna Austria, Kunsthistorischen Museums, TU Wien and ÖAW.
2013. Conservation of a rare Maori cloak made from the leaves of Celmisia (tikumu) and fibres of Phormium tenax (harakeke): Maori taonga in the context of the Economic Botany Collection, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 3 May 2013, workshop Artefacts of Encounter, Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge.
2013. ‘Embroidery is Prayer’: the production of Russian Orthodox ecclesiastical embroideries in the post-Soviet period. 4 May 2013, workshop ‘Religious Materialities: exploring the role of material culture in religious mediation’, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge.
2011. Dovgan Nurse, L., Rofkar, T., McHugh, K., Kaminitz, M. & S. Heald. Partnerships in Understanding: Materials Characterization and Condition Assessment of Tlingit Spruce Root Baskets at the National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian Institution, ICON UK Ethnography Group Symposium, November 16 2011, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, UK.
2011. Conservation of a rare Maori cloak made from the leaves of Celmisia (tikumu) and fibres of Phormium tenax (harakeke): Maori taonga in the context of the Economic Botany Collection, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. ICON UK Ethnography Group Symposium, November 16 2011, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, UK.
2010. A Support Mount Made from Nomex® Card for Flat Storage and 3-D Display of an Incomplete and Fragile 19th Century Straw Bonnet. Poster, Second International Mountmaking Forum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, May 5-6, 2010.
2009. North American Textile Conservation Conference (NATCC), Québec City. Poster, A Support Mount Made from Nomex® Card for Flat Storage and Three-Dimensional Display of an Incomplete and Fragile 19th Century Bonnet.
2005. Bryer S. and L. Dovgan, 2005. Whitchurch Silk Mill: Oral history project. Presented at the Oral History day, Hampshire County Council, Winchester, UK, November 2005.