I’ve produced a variety of workshop styles from one hour sessions with small groups to multi-day large-scale programmes. My specialism is in digital skills development and creative applications of new technologies.

Clients have included Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums, FutureEverything, MadLab, The Great Exhibition of the North and the Science & Industry Museum.

Examples include:

Collection Response Workshops & Hackathons: Working with museums to respond to collections and archive data, this includes a railway data hackathon, a digital music workshop utilising collection data and Sonic Pi, and using Minecraft to explore heritage locations.  

What is Digital?: What does digital mean in the arts and how can it be utilised creatively and critically by artists to develop impactful new work, and institutions to increase innovation and audience engagement?

Creative Technical Workshops: Introductions to soldering, circuit making, 3D scanning, 3D printing and wearable technology.

If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to discuss a bespoke workshop commission you can get in touch with me at [sarahunwin@gmail.com]

Awards: Make Stuff received a Big Chip award in the Best Tech for Good Project category in 2017.