2018 Forthcoming// Scaffold Gallery, Manchester. There's No Such Thing As Boredom. Group exhibition.
2017 SPACE, LCN Showcase 2017. New sculptural work and a performance with three dancers.
2017 Assembly Point Studios, ODDS. A group exhibtion curated by Jonathan Kipps and Robbie Fife.
2016 Village Green Festival 2016, Artists Village, curated by Jonthan Kipps. A site-specific outdoor installation, Large Shrub 3, supported by Metal's Culture Lab and Arts Council England.
2014 Brixton East, London, CMAP Art Auction.
2013 Stour Space, Hackney Wick, Stour Collective.
2012 Stour Space, Hackney Wick, Stour Collective.
2010 Finsbury Town Hall, You Are A Lid to Me. Sculpture Moves. A dance work based sculptures made as part of Encounter Project.
2007 Mineral Tramways Festival, Wheal Art Weekend, curated by Level2 Collective. Site specific installation called Under the Thrift outdoors on public space and world heritage site Wheal Francis Mine.
2006 Newlyn Art Gallery, Provisional Newlyn. A collaboration: Collaborate or Separate? Invited by artist Dominic Thomas.
Phoenix Arts Association, Brighton. Outside The Frame. Room filling installation called Confronting the Gaze. Lead work in a group show.
2005 ArtSway [pro]Duction solo show: Alexis Zelda Stevens. Room filling installation. Selected out of 100 people. ‘An alarming balancing act'. Max Andrews, critic.
2016 Culture Lab at Metal Southend, R&D for Village Green Festival 2016.
2010 Sadler’s Wells, Jerwood Studio,The Big Intensive. Single visual artist to be selected out of fifteen emerging choreography makers for a weeklong residency and professional development support.
2007 Attik Dance, Moving Summer. Research and Development Residency on Watergarte Bay beach.
2005 ArtSway [pro]Duction Residency. Sought after two-month residency, others in the programme included Anne Hardy and Alison Turnbull. Mentoring provided by Ruth Claxton.
2016 London Creative Network, SPACE, London. Six months of artst development support.
2012 AN, Re: View Bursary (£1000) for critical curatorial mentoring.
2007 Creative Skills Consortium, Skills Development Bursary to attend Moving Summer (above).
2006 Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts (£5,000) for Confronting the Gaze.
2005 The Art House (Doncaster), Morethan12 Bursary for mentoring whilst at ArtSway.
2018 Psycho. Art work included in 60 page artist book by Broken Grey Wires.
2005 The Guardian Guide. Preview and Pick of The Week.
New York Arts Magazine. 'The St.Ives New School'. July/August, vol 10, no 7 & 8.
Alexis Zelda Stevens. Catalogue (ISBN 0 9543930 58) published by ArtSway.Text by Max Andrews, Curatorial Assistant to Director, Tate, and Curatorial Fellow Walker Art Centre Minneapolis; and Pet
er Bonnell, Curator, ArtSway.