Sarah Bromage, Art Collection Learning and Audience Development Curator, Scottish Political Archive Archivist

Sarah has worked in a various roles within the heritage sector and has experience of working in museums, archives and galleries with a variety of collections from fine art, costume, oral history, political archives to printing machinery.  She is currently the Learning and Audience Development Curator for the University of Stirling Art Collection and also the archivist for the Scottish Political Archive at the University.  Sarah is also the Museums Galleries Scotland appointed mentor for Dunblane Museum.  This role involves providing advice on all aspects of museum curation and the museum’s accreditation process.  She is a chartered librarian and has an interest in Library and information History.  Since 2011 she has managed the Library and Information History jisc mail LIS-LIB-HIST and between 2007 and 2013 she served as the Publicity Officer for the Library and Information History Group of CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals).

Sarah has been involved in a variety of CEHP public engagement projects including Landscapes of Conflict, Industrial Devon and Funeralscapes

E-mail sarah.bromage@stir.ac.uk Telephone: +44(0)1786 7964/6050

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