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Sarah Yearsley is the Coordinator for engage Scotland, the National Association for Gallery Education. She has a particular interest in the ways that people engage with contemporary visual art and the methods that galleries use to facilitate access.
Before joining engage, Sarah managed the Contemporary Art Society’s National Collecting Scheme for Scotland between 2003 – 06.
Sarah started her career at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, (now the National Media Museum), in Bradford with roles including marketing and public relations, fundraising and collections access.
With a degree in French and Spanish from Leeds University, Sarah sometimes feels that her training as a linguist comes in useful in translating ‘contemporary art speak’.