At the Louvre Abu Dhabi, Sarah develops and manages public education programs for adults, families, youth, and schools. These include a variety of formats including onsite and online workshops, masterclasses, long term projects, virtual visits, and tours.
Since the opening of the museum, Sarah has been integral in building the capacity of the education team to develop and deliver dynamic interactive activities that engage a range of audiences with the museum collection. Partnerships with artists, both international and UAE based, have been key in forging a new direction in how the education team, interpret the collection and connect with audiences, uplifting the diverse community through dialogue and exchange of ideas.
Previously worked with Art Jameel, Ministry of Education Sultanate of Oman, Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation, Nomad Creative Consultancy, Crying in the Wilderness Productions, Institute of Education, London, Cabinet War Rooms (IWM), Museum of Moving Image, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
MuseumNext Digital Learning Summit
Monday, 18 October 2021
Online Inspires ‘at the Museum’ Learning Experiences
Online activities during lockdown inspired the evolution of onsite education experiences resulting in a new hybrid interconnected model of learning at Louvre Abu Dhabi.
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