solo exhibitions
2016 New York City – Aue Away installation, American Museum of Natural History
2016 Hudson NY - Rose Gallery
2014 Honolulu - University of Hawaii Manoa
2013 Claremont - East Gallery Claremont Graduate University
2012 East Gallery - Claremont Graduate University
2011 Gorman Museum - University of California Davis
2010 San Francisco - De Young Museum
2010 Long Beach - Pacific Islander Ethnic Museum
2010 Parnell - McCarthy Gallery
2010 Ann Arbor - University of Michigan
2008 Manukau - Fresh Gallery Otara
2007 Auckland - Okaioceanikarts Gallery
2005 Lewiston - Bates College
2003 Apia - The Vineyard

100 Tikis:
2018 Pacifique Film and Literature Festival, Rochefort, France
Raw Academy, Dakar, Senegal
National University of Samoa, Apia, Samoa
2017 Fifo Tahiti International Oceania Documentary Festival Official Selection
Indigenous Film Festival of Denver Colorado
2016 Presence Autochtone Montreal Film Festival Official Selection, Opening Night Screening
Wairoa Maori Film Festival
Auckland Art Gallery
"Ula: The Garland":
2011 Pacific Arts Summit Square Eyes Film Festival
2019 Scottsdale Contemporary Art Museum
2016-2017 Auckland Art Gallery
2003 New York, New Festival
Los Angeles, Visual Communications Film Festival
Sydney, Mardi Gras
2002 Seattle, Homo-a-Gogo
Los Angeles, Outfest
San Francisco, International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
Honolulu, Rainbow Film Festival

literary publications
solo publications with asterik*
2018 Auckland, Samoan Queer Lives, with co-editor Yuki Kihara
2017 Oklahoma City, "Papatea" in World Literature Today, Native Issue
2016 Chicago, Poetry Foundation Blog "Over My Queer Samoan Body"
2016 Chicago, Poetry Magazine, Pacific Islander Portfolio
2015 Honolulu, “Huihui: Navigating Art and Literature in the Pacific,” anthology
2015 Wellington, “Whispers and Vanities: Samoan Indigenous Knowledge and Religion,” anthology  
2015 Baltimore, American Quarterly, Pacific islands Issue
2013 Tucson, Coconut Milk, poetry collection book*
2013 Los Angeles, Asian Pacific Month Magazine, City of Los Angeles Art Council, various featured artworks
2012 San Francisco, “Tiki Kitsch, “Pacific Art Association Journal 
2011 Lincoln, Sovereign Erotics, indigenous fiction, Lincoln, Queer Indigenous Studies, critical studies
2011 Suva, Dreadlocks, journal of University of the South Pacific
2011 Honolulu, Nafanua, Ala Press special editorial
2008 San Francisco, Achiote Seeds, poetry journal
2007 Auckland, Out of the Deep, story anthology
2007 Detroit, Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism Since 1450
2006 Leeds, Journal of Francophone Literature, translation journal
2005 Wellington, My Name is Laloifi, children's book*
2005 Lincoln, Sovereignty Matters, essay anthology
2005 New York, New Voices in Gay Fiction, story anthology 
2004 Honolulu, A Drag Queen Named Pipi, poetry chapbook*
2004 San Francisco, The Other Half of the Postcard, poetry anthology
2004 San Francisco, Hyphen Magazine, literary journal
2004 Toronto, Without Reservation, erotica anthology
2003 Auckland, Whetu Moana, poetry anthology
2002 New York, One Story Magazine #10*
2002 Honolulu, Historic Waikiki, art/literary website
2001 New York, Take Out: Queer Writing from Asian Pacific America, literary anthology
2001 New York, Best American Erotica, short story anthology
1999 Berkeley, Unfaithing U.S. Colonialism, essay anthology
1998 Philadelphia, Resistance in Paradise: Rethinking 100 Years of U.S. Involvement in the Caribbean and the Pacific, essay anthology
1998 San Francisco, Best Gay Erotica, short story anthology
1998 San Francisco, Queer Papi Porn, short story anthology
1998 Honolulu, Bamboo Ridge 20th Anniversary Issue, literary journal
1998 Wellington, Folauga, Samoan literary journal
1998 London, Wasafiri, literary journal
1997 Wellington, Folauga, Samoan literary journal
1997 Auckland, Trout, online literary journal
1996 Saint Paul, Journal of the Asian American Renaissance, literary journal
1995 Minneapolis, Bowling Alley, online collaborative art installation
1995 Minneapolis, Evergreen Chronicles, literary journal
1995 Minneapolis, Colors, literary journal
1993 San Francisco, Lavender Godzilla, literary journal
1981 Pasadena, Artists News, arts journal

group exhibitions
2019 iBiennale: Honolulu
Concordia University Library
PostGay DTLA
2018 Columbia County Art Association
Denver Colorado Library
2017 New York City – Aue Away performance, Metropolitan Museum of Art
2016 Current LA: Water, Los Angeles Public Art Biennial
2015-2016 Oakland Museum of California
2015 Long Beach - PIEAM Pacific Island Ethnic Museum
Thousand Oaks - Biomythography, Rolland Gallery, Cal Lutheran
Ontario - University of LaVerne Gallery
Honolulu - Honolulu Museum Art School
2014 Los Angeles - Armory Gallery
Rolling Hills - South Bay Contemporary / Zask Gallery
Los Angeles - RAID Projects / The Brewery
Coachella Art Center
Los Angeles - Arcade Gallery
2013 Los Angeles - Ground Space Gallery
Apia - Taulealo Gallery
Pomona - dA Gallery
2012 La Verne - Harris Gallery
Claremont - QRC Gallery
2011 Wellington - City Gallery of Wellington
Auckland - Okaioceanikarts Gallery
2010 New York - United Nations
Pasadena - Offramp Gallery
Irvine - University Art Gallery
Irvine - Catalyst Gallery
Long Beach - PieAm Pacific Islander Ethnic Museum
Long Beach - MOLAA Museum of Latin American Art 
Suva - Oceania Centre for the Arts
2009 Auckland - Fresh Gallery Otara
2008 Auckland - Fresh Gallery Otara
Sydney - Performance Space
Hobart - Plimsoll Gallery University of Tasmania
Sydney - Boomalli Gallery
Pago Pago - Festival of Pacific Arts
Tafuna - Samoa Arts Association Laufou Center
Auckland - Manukau City Council Gallery
2007 Honolulu - Bishop Museum
San Francisco - The Center Gallery
Auckland - Art Station 
Hilo - Wailoa Art Center
Waimea - Isaacs Art Gallery
Northridge - Cal State Northridge Gallery
2006 Cambridge - Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology University of Cambridge
San Francisco - LGBT Center
Wellington - Museum of the City of Wellington
San Diego - University of California San Diego Gallery
2005 Salem - Peabody Essex Museum
Pasadena - Friends Gallery
2004 Christchurch - Gallery Pasifika
2003 Berlin - Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Normandie - Centre d'Art Contemporain de Basse-Normandie
2002 San Francisco - Galeria de la Raza
Los Angeles - L.A. Freewaves
San Francisco - Intersection for the Arts
2001 New York - /A/P/A Gallery New York University

2014 American Library Association's Rainbow Top Ten of 2012-2013 for Coconut Milk
2010 Arts & Humanities Art Award, University of California, Irvine
2002 Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival Best Short Film Award
1997 The Writers Loft Poets&Writers Award
1989 Academy of Television Arts & Sciences L.A. Area Emmy Nomination

group honors
2003 Montana New Zealand Book Award
1999 Gustavus Meyers Humanitarian Book Award
1998 & 2012 Lambda Literary Anthology Nominations

Bishop Museum, Gorman Museum, Pacific Islands Ethnic Art Museum, University of the South Pacific, University of Hawaii, University of Michigan, Keomailani Foundation, Manukau City Council, Alaska Native Heritage Center

private collections
in Apia, Anchorage, Auckland, Beverly Hills, Christchurch, Hilo, Honolulu, Hudson, Laguna Beach, London, Minneapolis, New York, Pago Pago, Palm Springs, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Sydney

2015 PIKO Pacific Islander Contemporary Art Exhibition, PIEAM Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum, Long Beach, California
2012 ATA – Contemporary Samoan Artists Performance & Media Event, Harris Gallery at University of La Verne, La Verne CA

2016 art installation commission "Aue Away" for American Museum of Natural History
2014 painting commission for Alaska Native Heritage Center
2012 painting commission for the Bishop Museum
2010-11 paintings for various private collections
2009 public poetry commission for City of St Paul and resident artist M. Young
2009-2007 various children's storybook commissions for South Pacific Press
2008 private painting commission for filmmaker CKW
2008 private painting commission for events planner RT
2007 private painting commission for poet DTA
2007 public poetry commission for City of St Paul and resident artist M. Young
2004 script commission for Pacific Islandedfrs in Communications, Corporation for Public Broadcasting

2019 Radio New Zealand interview for Samoan Queer Lives
2019 Hum Contemporary New Zealand review of Samoan Queer Lives
2017 New York, Saili Le Tofa: A Search for New Wisdom: Sexuality and Fa'afafine in the Samoan Context. Columbia University, by Pausa Kaio Thompson
2017 New York, Asian Visual Cultures and the Americas, V.3, No.1-2, p.213-216, Review of 100 Tikis, by Kathryn Drury
2016 Detroit, Marvels & Tales, Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies, Wayne Uni. Press, V.30, No.1, p.144-146, Review of Sinalela, by Tagi Qolouvaki
2016 Hudson, Hudson Magazine, February 2016, Review of 100 Tikis Painting Exhibition, by Lisa LaMonica
2015 Baltimore, Essay Press, Pacific Islander Writers Chapbook, Interviews by Craig Santos Perez
2015 Cambridge, The Poetry of Disturbance, Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture, by David Bergman
2014 Seattle, Raven Chronicles, book review of Coconut Milk, by Anita Endrezze
2013 Detroit, Fairy Tales Transformed? Twenty-First Century Adaptations & the Politics of Wonder, Wayne State University Press, p.65-72, on Sinalela, by Cristina Bacchilega
2013 Ia e Ola Malamalama i lou Faasinomaga, A Comparative Study of the Faafafine of Samoa and the Whakawahine of Aotearoa-New Zealand. By Poiva Junior Ashleigh Feu'u. Victoria University of Wellington 
2012 London, Art in Oceania A New History, p.430-431, by Peter Brunt, Nicholas Thomas, Sean Mallon, Lissant Bolton, Deidre Brown, Damian Skinner & Susanne Kuchler
2010 San Francisco, Pacific Art Association Journal, “Shigeyuki Kihara & Dan Taulapapa McMullin,” by Tressa Berman
2009 Sydney, Art and Australia, feature interview with Taulapapa "Seabird Tales", by Sia Figiel
2008 Sydney, Art Asia Pacific, Almanac Edition, feature image in Samoa section
2008 Sydney, Hand in Hand, art exhibition catalogue by curators Shigeyuki Kihara and Jenny Fraser
2008 Otago, Pasifika Styles: Artists inside the museum, art exhibition book by curators Rosanna Raymond & Amiria Salmond
2008 Canberra, Art Monthly Australia, “Hand in Hand: Sexy and Dangerous”, review by Daniel Browning
2007 Oxford, Pacific Islands Writing: The Postcolonial Literatures of Aotearoa/New Zealand and Oceania, survey includes Taulapapa, by Michelle Keown
2007 Buffalo, Slope, review of A Drag Queen Named Pipi, review by Craig Perez
2003 Los Angeles, USC's The Spectator, review by Peter Britos

residencies, fellowships, grants
American Samoa Arts & Humanities Artist Residencies, Asian American Theatre Company Playwright in Residence, Bates College Artist-in-Residence, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Writers Guild of America Indigenous Screenwriters Lab, De Young Museum Artist-in-Residence, Djerassi Artist Colony, Gay Games Indigenous Arts Festival, Jerome Playwrights Fellowship, Jerome McKnight Travel Fellowship, Keomailani Foundation PIKO Artist Residency, Mid-Atlantic Millennium Residency, California Arts Council Artist Residency, Pacific Islanders in Communications Screenwriting Fellowship, University of the South Pacific Writers Residency and Artist Residency at Oceania Centre for the Arts USP, Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies Research Scholar Residency University of Canterbury, University of California Irvine Summer Undergraduate Research Program, University of Michigan Pacific Island Studies, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Writers Guild of America Indigenous Screenwriters Lab, Waiariki Institute of Technology Artist-in-Residence

Metropolitan Museum, Pacifique Festival, Pacific Islander Ethnic Museum, De Young Museum, Highways Performance Space, Soho Theatre, Intermedia Arts, Red Eye Theatre, Southern Theatre, Walker Art Center, UCLA, UCSD Gallery Theatre, Festival of Pacific Arts, Hero Festival, Devotions Festival, Gay Games Sydney, San Francisco LGBT Festival

Bates College, Canterbury University, College Art Association, Columbia University, Kapi'olani College, LGBT Center of San Francisco, National University of Samoa, New York University, Peabody Essex Museum, San Francisco State University, University of California Berkeley, University of California Irvine, University of California Los Angeles, University of California Riverside, University of California San Diego, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Hawai'i Hilo, University of Hawai'i Manoa, University of Michigan Pacific Islands Studies, University of Minnesota, University of the South Pacific, University of Southern California, Victoria University of Wellington

list of exhibitions, publications, screenings, honors