DuBasky was invited by Dr. Rasmi Shoocongdej, the lead archaeoligist on the Pang Mapha Highland Archaeology Project in Northern Thailand, to create art in response to the site. Her paintings from the project were exhibited at the National Gallery in Bangkok, Thailand.
DuBasky traveled to Latvia and Estonia on behalf of the Art in Embassies Program and conducted art programming and cultural exchange in cooperation with the United States Embassies in Riga, Latvia, and Tallinn, Estonia. Her paintings were exhibited at the United States Embassies in Riga and Tallinn.
DuBasky received a visiting artist grant from the United States Embassy, Bangkok. She created art from her studio near the National Palace in Bangkok and taught art at Silpakorn University, the national art university of Thailand. Her paintings were presented in a one-person exhibition at Silpakorn University Art Gallery.
DuBasky visited Uzbekistan in cooperation with the United States Embassy, Tashkent. She saw the art of the Silk Route firsthand, taught master classes and met with recipients of the US Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation Grants, including Bukhara State Art-Architectural Museum-Preserve and the Bukhara and Rakhimov Ceramics Studio, Tashkent; She visited the petroglyph site at Sharmasay Gorge.