Community Arts Publications:
Carnemolla, P. (2013)Botanical SongformsThe making of the community arts sculpture, The Breathing Conifer. Blurb USA.
http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/invited/3319477/4ef84014bad336944a6b50c82e7b8e7a1c817222

Curated Exhibitions:
Celestia Solo exhibition. Balmain Watch House. November 2013
Sculpture by Phillippa Carnemolla Solo exhibition.  Mt Tomah Botanic GardenBlue Mountains. Autumn 2014
New Designers 2014 curated by Slavica Zivkovic.  Sturt Gallery, Mittagong NSW. Dec 2013 – Jan 2014
Botanical Songforms  Solo Exhibition – Artist in ResidenceSydney Fernery, Royal Botanic Garden, SydneyMarch – May 2013           
Retrospective – jewellery and felt work curated by Joanne Knight Exhibition with Lisa Jones Adelaide Perry Gallery PLC Sydney October 2012
Sacred Geoms Curated by Juliana BartulinWatch House Gallery,  Balmain. A collaborative exhibition of nature-inspired geometric sculpture and wearables with Associate Professor Oya Demirbilek. February 2012
Exhibition: Interpretations II Sheet Metal Curated by: Andrew Simpson Location: GAFFA gallery Surry Hills. Sept 2009
Exhibition: Interpretation Glass Curated by: Andrew SimpsonLocation: GAFFA gallery Surry Hills. Nov 2007

Scholarly Research

Carnemolla, P. K., & Bridge, C. (2014). The potential of a home modification strategy – a universal design approach to existing housing. In UD2014 Universal Design Conference. Lund, Sweden. Retrieved from http://ud2014.se/

Bridge, C., & Carnemolla, P. K. (2014). An enabling BIM block library: An online repository to facilitate social inclusion in Australia.. Construction Innovation Special Issue: Design Creativity, 14(4). Retrieved from http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1939554&show=html

Carnemolla, P. K. (2013). Understanding how home modifications substitute for community care-giving. In AHURI Post Graduate Research Symposium. Adelaide.

Carnemolla, P. K., & Bridge, C. E. (2012). How home modifications substitute for care costs: Examining economic values of universal design. Proceedings of Universal Design Conference, June 11-13, Oslo, Norway.

Carnemolla, P. K., & Bridge, C. (2013). Home Modifications: Implications for care provision within existing housing stock for an ageing population.. In 6th Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference. SA: The University of Adelaide.

Carnemolla, P. K., & Bridge, C. (2011). Home Modifications and their impact on waged care substitution (1 ed.). Sydney, Australia: Home Modifications Information Clearinghouse.

Carnemolla, P. K., & Bridge, C. (2012). Landscape Modification: An alternative to residential access ramps and lifts (First ed.). Sydney, Australia: Home Modification Information Clearinghouse. Retrieved from http://www.homemods.info/publications-by-hminfo/occasional/landscape-modification-an-alternative-to-residential-access-ramps-and-lifts

Carnemolla, P. K. (2013). Understanding how home modifications substitute for community care-giving.. In AHURI Post Graduate Research Symposium. Perth, Australia.

Bridge, C., & Carnemolla, P. K. (2012). How home modifications substitute for care costs: Examining economic values of universal design. In Universal Design Conference. Oslo.

Demirbilek, O. R., & Carnemolla, P. K. (2012). Sacred Geoms (No. Of Pieces: 1) [Exhibition]. USA: Blurb Books. Retrieved from http://www.blurb.com/books/2886293

Demirbilek, O. R., & Carnemolla, P. K. (2012). Sacred Geoms: Exploration of Sacred Geometry and Jewellery (1 ed.). USA: Blurb Books. Retrieved from http://www.blurb.com/books/2886293

Carnemolla, P. K., & Bridge, C. (2011). Home modifications and their impact on waged care substitution. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Best Practices in Universal Design: Festival of International Conferences on Caregiving, Disability, Aging and Technology (FICCDAT), June 5-8, 2011, Toronto (pp. CD-ROM carnemolla-68897). Toronto: FICCDAT.