Art in healthcare environment:
Ingeberg, M.H., Wikstrøm, B.-M., & Berg, A. (2012). The Essential Dialogue: A Norwegian Study of Art Communication in Mental Health Care. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 50(8).
Berg, A. S., Gulden, T, (2012), Berg, A, Gulden T. Participatory Design for well-being (in progress). International Conference on engineering and product design education 6-7 september 2012, Artesis University College, Antwerp, Belgium. Design society.
Wikstrøm, B.-M., Ingeberg, M. H., Berg, A. S., Communication via visual arts. In: Kofler W. Ecology and forests for public health. Innsbruck: International Council for Scientific Development, 2010;15-25. ISBN 978-9952-451-10-8.
Berg, A. S., (2009), Innovation by participatory design, a material based art project in mental health care, Presentation and article at The 8th NORDCODE Seminar & Workshop, Design Responsibility: Potentials and Pitfalls, Designskolen Kolding, Denmark
Wikstrøm, B.-M., Ingeberg, M. H., Berg, A. S., (2009). The meaning of aesthetics: a workshop for health professionals, Ecology and forests for public health (pp. 80): University of Oslo. Institute of General Practice and Community Medicine
Material based art and research:
Berg, A.S, Nimkulrat, N, (2007), Meaningful objects: Complementary research documentation of experiential qualities in art and design, NORDCODE - Nordic network for research on communicative product design Seminar & Workshop No 6, Design Semiot¬ics in Use, June 6-8, 2007, University of Art and Design Helsinki in Finland.
Berg, A, (2007) Old time New time: a collaborative art project for social experience; The Art of Research: Connections between Research and Art/Design Practices, School of Design at the University of Art and Design Helsinki, seminar October 2007.
Berg, A. S., Gulden, T, (2012), Material expressions of intentionality, (in progress), The making, Materiality and Knowledge conference aims to provide an arena for discussions on field-specific, inter- and transdisciplinary knowledge production within Making Disciplines/Making Professions/Making Education. International conference 24. – 27 september 2012, Notodden, Høgskolen i Telemark
Methodology in art and design:
Gulden, T., & Berg, A. S. (2011). A creative tool to break habits; Breakdown of functions, Disassociations and Counter questions (BDC), Design education for creativity and business innovation : proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, City University London UK, 8-9 september 2011 (pp. 137-142): The Design Society.
Gulden, T., Moestue, C., & Berg, A. S. (2010). Psychology based design approach (PSYDA) – a pedagogical concept, When design education and design research meet : proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, Norwegian university of science and technology (NTNU) trondheim, Norway 2nd-3rd september 2010 (pp. 376-381): The Design Society.
Wigum, K. S., A. f. p., & Berg, A. S., (2006). Teaching the importance of redefining the problem, humanistic visions and values in design for less fortunate women in Bangladesh, Design, Ethics and Humanism, Cumulus Conference, Nantes, France.