Kearney, A. (2017) Andy Warhol: Unscreened Education Resource. Johannesburg, Wits Art Museum.
Kearney, A. (2016a) Dismantling dichotomies: Alan Alborough's material conceptualism, Image & Text, Issue 28 pages 59- 75. Pretoria: University of Pretoria Press.
Kearney, A. (2016b) Walter Battiss: I Invented Myself Education Resource. Johannesburg, Wits Art Museum.
Kearney, A. and Leyde, L. (2015a) Putting theory into practice: developing the Wits Art Museum Education resources in Nettleton, A. and de Becker, L. (Eds). Activating/ Captivating: Engaging the Wits Art Museum Collection. Johannesburg, Wits University Press.
Kearney, A. and Leyde, L. (2015b) Beadwork, Art and the Body: Dilo tše Dintshi Education Resource. Johannesburg, Wits Art Museum.
Kearney, A. and Blanckenberg, L. (2014) Doing Hair: Hair and art in Africa Education Resource. Johannesburg, Wits Art Museum.
Kearney, A. (2014a) Ngezinyawo: Migrant Journeys Education Resource. Johannesburg, Wits Art Museum.
Kearney, A. (2013b) The framing of objects in Siopis’ Sympathetic Magic, de Arte 88. Pretoria: Unisa Press.
Kearney, A. (2006) ‘The unseen: a visual essay’ in Orr, M., Rorich, M and Dowling, F. (Eds.) The Wits wonder woman book: buttons and breakfasts. Johannesburg, Wits University Press.
Decolonising vision, presented at the ACT/UJ #Creative Uprising conference in Johannesburg, July 2017.
Border-crossing: Beadwork as site of exchange, presented at the seventh annual European Centre for African Studies conference in Basel, June 2017.
Found Objects in Contemporary South African Art, presented at the third annual Australasian Modernist Studies Network conference held at the University of New South Wales, April 2016.
The Thing is Thought provoking: Conceptual materialism in the work of Alan Alborough, presented at the 40th Anniversary conference of the Association of Art Historians at the Royal College of Art, London 12 April 2014.
The Framing of Objects in Penny Siopis’ exhibition “Sympathetic Magic”. Presented at the Material Meanings Conference at the University of Kent in September 2012.
Negotiating practice: reflections on a collaborative arts project. Paper co-presented with Theresa Giorza at the SAVAH Conference at UNISA in June 2012.
On Breaking With the Everyday: Guided Adventures to Develop Critical Thinking and Academic Confidence amongst University Students. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education at UKZN in 2010.
Learning in the art museum. Paper presented at a Wits School of Education staff research seminar March 2017.
Embodied experience in the work of Usha Seejarim. Paper presented at a Wits Art museum seminar May 2013.