For many years Liz has worked each week with students at Barwon Valley School on art projects, often with a focus on sensory art and materials.
- an Alphabet Mural spelling out the schools values on the wall of the hall
- "eclectic": an exhibition of student work at the Rachinger Gallery
- facilitating the inclusion of student work into public exhibitions at Geelong Galleries and at The Gordon.
Liz and BVS students have also created textiles using hand painted and drawn fabrics used for banners, murals, flags, and large floor cushions for the school library.
Since 2017 Liz has also facilitated the school's Art Scholarship Program, where creative students are chosen to receive weekly one-on-one mentorship in a unique session, which allows their creativity to flourish.
Liz ran an workshop at Barwon Heads Primary School on behalf of the Barwon Estuary Project. The students were guided through the creation of detailed drawings of local waterbirds from the estuary, and then learnt how to transfer their drawings onto simple printing plates of recyled polystyrene. Students repeat-printed their designs onto calico by hand, and these fabrics were sewn into large cushions for their classrooms' reading corners.