Commissioned by Light Adelaide to create a show for their immersive light theatre which is a 3m x 25m LED screen that wraps around the room, to be held as part of Adelaide Fringe 2024. This show was also the recipient of the Adelaide Fringe Fund Grant. Separate to this show is a solo exhibition of paintings in The Light Room Gallery in the same venue.
Commissioned by Brisbane Powerhouse, Maitland Regional Art Gallery & Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre for solo exhibitions and performances of "300 Paintings."
Invited by Summerhall UK, to hold “300 Paintings” and solo exhibition in Edinburgh UK 2024.
Commissioned by Sydney Fringe for a solo exhibition and 15 performances of "Sam Kissajukian: 300 Paintings”, resulting in winning the "Best Comedy" award for the 2nd year in a row.
Selected for Melbourne Fringe's curated program "Festival Hub" at Victorian Trades Hall for an exhibition and 10 performances of "300 Paintings", resulting in being nominated for 'Best Comedy' and winning the 'NZ Touring award'.
Presented "300 Paintings" at Fringeworld Festival in Perth and DADAA, receiving the FringeWorld's Weekly Best Comedy Award and a 5-star review from Artshub.
Performing "300 Paintings" at Adelaide Fringe Festival for 12 shows, receiving acclaim with 5-star reviews from Mindshare.org & Glam Adelaide.
Participated in the Sydney Fringe Festival's "Limitless" initiative, which celebrates Deaf and Disabled artists, culminating in a group exhibition at 107 Projects alongside Digby Webster and Angie Goto. Debut performances of "300 paintings in lockdown," resulting in being nominated for 7 awards and winning the "Best Comedy" and "Directors Choice Award."
Invited by Comedy Lounge in Perth for a solo exhibition and performance of "300 Paintings," resulting in mainstream media interviews and a request from Development WA to loan 20 works for public display.
Hosted the annual "Inclusion Festival" on the invitation of Inner West Council in honour of the "International Day of People with Disability."
Presented 300 Paintings alongside selected works exhibition at Meraki Arts Bar