Workshops, Talks and Lectures

Sarah Lowndes addressing visiting curators to Dialogue of Hands, Glasgow International (2012)

 I often deliver public workshops, lectures and talks on matters relating to my areas of expertise, at institutions including Kettle’s Yard, Neues Museum (Nürnberg), the Scottish National Gallery, BBC Radio Norfolk, BBC Scotland, Radio Scotland, BALTIC, the Serpentine Gallery and Camden Arts Centre, amongst many others, and I have been commissioned to produce printed and online interpretation materials on contemporary art for The Space (BBC), Tate Britain, National Galleries of Scotland and the British Council. 

Since moving to East Anglia in 2015, I have delivered workshops, lectures, talks and chaired discussion events in a variety of settings for University of East Anglia, Norwich University of the Arts, Norfolk County Council Libraries, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge and the National Trust, for example, leading WWI poetry workshops on Brancaster beach for the 1418 NOW / National Trust project Pages of the Sea (2018), performing an oratory on Brancaster Beach for the National Trust / Katie Paterson project First There is a Mountain (October 2019) and leading a shared Reading and Creative Writing workshop for the Art & Walking project run by Art at Work Norwich in Mildenhall, Suffolk (2019).  Online learning, radio broadcasts and podcasts are all areas of public engagement that I have actively worked with in 2018/2019, beginning with uploading online all of the course content for Like the Sea I Think (including audio recordings of readings), working with BBC Radio Norfolk to produce local arts coverage for broadcast and recording a podcast for the Ear of the Edgeland series produced by Norfolk & Norwich Sonic Arts Collective and Original Projects.

Sarah Lowndes performing oratory of Samantha Walton’s poem Little Eye for Brancaster on Brancaster Beach for the National Trust / Katie Paterson project First There is a Mountain (October 2019)
Sarah Lowndes performing oratory of Samantha Walton’s poem Little Eye for Brancaster on Brancaster Beach for the National Trust / Katie Paterson project First There is a Mountain (October 2019)
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