Travel to more than 80 countries; visited or associated with world expositions including Seattle 1962, New York 1965, Montrιal 1967, San Antonio 1968, Osaka 1970, Spokane 1974, Okinawa 1975, Knoxville 1982, New Orleans 1984, Tsukuba Japan 1985, Vancouver 1986, Brisbane 1988, Osaka 1990, Seville 1992, Taejon 1993, Hannover 2000, Shanghai 2010.
Surveys and consultancies to educational and cultural attractions on location in Canada, USA, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, United Kingdom, Andorra, France, Denmark, Iceland, Monaco, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Belgium, Holland, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Portugal, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Morocco, Kenya, Tanzania, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Mexico, Antigua, Bermuda, Nicaragua, Bahamas, Jamaica, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Easter Island, Cuba, China, Japan, Okinawa, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Guam, Fiji, New Zealand and Australia.
Music, visual and performing arts, amateur astronomy, creative photography, computers, international development and culture, urban planning, wilderness and historical (heritage) preservation...
Judith Marcuse Dance Company (sponsor development/ donated)
Vancouver Hastings Park - Pacific National Exhibition, arts & culture task force
Board/ Executive Committee SEVA Canada (blindness relief, Nepal, India, Tibet, Tanzania)
Past Board member, BC Council for International Cooperation
Past President, Themed Attraction Association of B.C. and Canada
Ex-president, Australia-Nepal Friendship Society
Ex-vice president, Canadian Indonesian Society
Founding member, Urbanarium Development Society
Ex-chair, Cartwright Gallery, Vancouver later, the Canadian Craft Museum
Ex-vice president, H.R. MacMillan Planetarium board, Vancouver
Former Executive committee, Vancouver Museums & Planetarium Association
Past Vice president, International Computer Arts Society (DIGICON)
Ex-board, Metro Toronto Zoo
Past Board member, Imagine the Future (Australia)