Assistant Curator, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
Sarah Reeves is a science curator at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (Powerhouse Museum). She holds a Bachelor of Science and a PhD in Astronomy, from the University of Sydney. For her thesis she worked with the ASKAP-FLASH team studying the evolution of galaxies using radio telescopes. Since 2014 she has worked as an astronomy guide at Sydney Observatory, where she enjoys sharing her love of astronomy with the public, and in 2016 took up a position as assistant curator (science) at MAAS, where she has worked on a wide range of science exhibitions for both adults and children. She also runs, and writes regularly for, the Museum’s Curatorial blog, Inside the Collection.
Case studies: Cultural Institutions and Festivals
Case study: Communicating the true nature of science: a MAAS collection set (Presenter)