Emily Sinclair is a New York-based arts administrator, writer and researcher. Emily was educated from 2007-2012 at Sydney’s College of Fine Arts at the University of New South Wales and at Università degli studi di Padova in Italy. She has a Bachelor of Art Theory, a Bachelor of Arts in European Studies and Italian and her Masters degree in Art Administration. In 2012 she was the recipient of the Nick Waterlow Scholarship in Art Administration and was awarded a High Distinction for her thesis The Importance of Audience Engagement in Regional Museums.
Emily has worked with several Sydney arts organisations and has written extensively on museum and gallery practice. As an emerging arts writer, she has published articles in online journals and has co-authored a museum plan supporting the claim for a new regional museum in Orange in central west New South Wales. She has recently completed a contract as a research and consultation assistant on the development of a revised Cultural Plan for the Hawkesbury region and as the project manager and researcher on a Museum Feasibility Study in Wollongong, New South Wales. In addition to her aptitude for arts writing and research, Emily has a keen eye and passion for analogue and digital format photography.
This website is a selection of various essays written by Emily. All works were produced for educational purposes and are original to the author. Where necessary, the acknowledgement of thoughts, ideas and research of other authors is clearly stated .
For more about Emily Sinclair, please visit her website: www.emily-sinclair.com