Hi, I’m Sarah Unwin, a producer and educator with a specialism in projects which creatively utilise new media and critically engage topics concerned with the developments and impacts of digital culture. I am based within Manchester, but I have worked across the UK and internationally producing exhibitions in locations such as Laboratoria Art&Science Space in Moscow and ArtScience Museum in Singapore. I have worked with a wide variety of artists and technologists in addition to collaborating with organisations such as FutureEverything, British Council, Science Museum Group, Great Exhibition of the North, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums and Manchester International Festival.
My background is in festival production and music venue management and i’m experienced in producing a variety of event styles including cross discipline festivals and conferences.
I am a lecturer at the BIMM Institute in Manchester where I deliver modules for the course BA Event Management, specialising in digital marketing and event design. I am also experienced in the development and delivery of creative and skills development workshops and wider engagement programmes for festivals, community groups and cultural institutions.
I have a passion for working with artists and young people as a part of professional and creative development programmes. My work in this area includes Global Futr Lab for FutureEverything and the British Council, Fault Lines for FutureEverything, N18 for Great Exhibition of the North, Creative lab for Manchester International Festival and Arts Emergency.
In addition to my work in production and education i’m interested in innovation in the end of life sector and the relationship between digital culture and death. Current projects in this area include Death Futures.
We're excited to share that we will be a part of @LeedsIntFest in 2020. Exploring the intersection between death and technology.— Death Futures (@DeathFutures) October 22, 2019
SAVE THE DATES: 30 April - 9 May, 2020, and keep your eye out for updates #LeedsIntFest https://t.co/JyR52izIeW pic.twitter.com/Y1jhVt9FBn
happy to announce that the prototype of Closed Hands is now available to download. we exhibited this at @EGX and wanted to share it more widely, we'd love to hear what you think.— dan hett (@danhett) October 20, 2019
*please take the warnings on this seriously*https://t.co/YmBFh1JkX4 pic.twitter.com/rwg8LtB6b0