Department of Sociology, University of Warwick
I am a social scientist and impact evaluation methods expert, with extensive experience researching public engagement with arts and culture in a variety of settings.
Education Researcher, The National Gallery
I am a creative practitioner, teacher and researcher with extensive experience designing, leading and evaluating learning programmes with children and young people in museums and galleries.
Families and Children’s Programmer, The National Gallery
I am a creative practitioner and museum and gallery educator, with experience facilitating engagement with a range of audiences in varied cultural settings.
Engagement Coordinator for the University of Cambridge Museums
I work in a small team across the 8 Museums and Botanic Garden on collaborative audience engagement and development projects, as well as with cultural sites across the city and county.
Young People’s Programmer, The National Gallery
I am an educator and creative practitioner with extensive experience of facilitating workshops and programming informal and vocational creative learning activities in Museums and Galleries.
Gallery Educator, The National Gallery
I started my teaching career in Japan, before becoming a classroom teacher in primary schools across London. Since then I’ve worked on the learning teams of Historic Royal Palaces, Ben Uri Gallery, and the Horniman Museum.
Museum Educator, The Fitzwilliam Museum and The National Gallery
I am a museum and gallery educator facilitating engaging and creative learning practices. I previously led the Families Programme at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Communities and Access Programmer, The National Gallery
I specialise in conceiving, producing and delivering inclusive learning experiences for disabled and neuro diverse audiences. I am currently also covering the role of Young People’s Programmer.
Learning Associate (Widening Participation and Arts Award), The University of Cambridge Museums
I am a creative learning professional, experienced working with a range of audiences including families, young people, schools and community groups.
Museum Educator, The Fitzwilliam Museum
I have been working as a Museum Educator for the last nine years. I lead on the Early Years programme, striving for authentic connections between young children and great artworks.
Schools and Teachers Programmer, The National Gallery
I studied at the University of London specialising in the art of the early Italian Renaissance. After a successful career as a classroom teacher, I began working in museum and gallery education in 2003.
Image above: UCM families handling objects from Zoology Museum as part of the India Unboxed family festival at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (c) University of Cambridge Museums.