Sarah Chapman works with the Institute of Cornish Studies on a range of community and education outreach projects.

Sarah Chapman

Education and Outreach Associate

Sarah specializes in using digital storytelling and a narrative based approach to creative work in communities and schools. Sarah has worked with the Institute of Cornish Studies on a range of community and education outreach projects over the past 4 years. These include ‘Family, Farming & Tradition,’ ‘Tallys an Tir; Traditions & Stories of the Land’ and more recently ‘Landmark Travels; Your past in a suitcase and ‘Kevewya Kernow.’ Sarah has also conducted digital storytelling work for a variety of other organizations both elsewhere in the UK and further afield in India and Morocco.

Sarah is the director of Storylines, an organization that specialises in delivering creative, narrative focused projects. Using a participatory approach alongside digital technologies, Storylines aims to bring generations together to celebrate, share, learn and grow. By recording and digitising people's memories, Storylines helps to preserve and share stories, allowing us to learn from the past and connect with each other into the future. Through this process, Storylines aims to nurture new relationships, and helps foster understanding and respect between generations.