Engagement with arts and culture is a human instinct and a human right. Sarah is passionate about ensuring that everyone has access to high quality cultural education.
She has worked in local, regional and national organisations that support this goal. Having started out as a drama and literature practitioner, she went on to hold executive posts focused on the improvement of cultural education.
- support organisations to strengthen their plans and programmes
- evaluate impact
- advise schools, educational settings and local authorities on art and culture
- design programmes to improve diverse access and provision
- support libraries and museums to attract schools and young audiences
- facilitate partnerships
“I am always amazed by her capacity to think freely and openly, while remaining realistic and down-to-earth. These are qualities that very rarely go together, and which make her a valuable attribute for any organisation wishing to innovate in the fields of learning and contemporary engagement. And, of course, none of this would be possible without her solid knowledge of the field and its methodologies and context.”
Recent collaborators include Heart of Glass, Curious Minds, Chol Theatre, The Lowry and Manchester Camerata.
If you want to think through what might be beneficial to your organisation, please email Sarah for an initial discussion.