Dr Sarah Lowndes is a writer, curator and lecturer.  Research Fellow at NUA and Director of Kunsthalle Cromer, her publications include Contemporary Artists Working Outside the City: Creative Retreat (2018), The DIY Movement in Art, Music and Publishing (2016), All Art is Political: Writings on Performative Art (2014) and Social Sculpture: The Rise of the Glasgow Art Scene (2010), with a new book, Crowds, Community and Contagion in Contemporary Britain forthcoming with Routledge in 2022.  Her editorial projects include co-editing with Andrew Nairne Actions: The image of the world can be different (Kettle’s Yard, 2018) and co-editing with Nell Croose Myhill, Site Writing (Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, 2020).  Under the auspices of Kunsthalle Cromer, she curated and produced Panoramic Sea Happening (2017), Esplanade: A Procession for Women (2018) and the writing and publication projects, Like the Sea I Think (2019), Field Work (2020) and The Sea Cure (2021).



Sarah Lowndes leading a Writing on Location workshop at the Sailors’ Reading Room, Southwold, part of the WG Sebald programming for Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, 2019.

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