A bit about us

Artefacto was founded in London by Sara Wingate Gray and Kate Lomax in 2013 to work with cultural and heritage organisations to provide new, creative ways for audiences to engage with collections.

We're a creative technology company specialising in learning and making for the libraries, museums, archives and galleries sectors.

Kate Lomax

Kate is a creative technologist and librarian with over 10 years experience in web development and library and archive technology. She has previously been an eLearning project manager in the NHS, an ICT librarian, an academic librarian and a web developer and specialises in publishing, collections and education technologies.

Kate likes building things, teaching things, learning things and dismantling things (not necessarily in that order) and is particularly interested in user experience, online learning and digital publishing. 

From 2009 until 2013, Kate was the Project Manager for the NHS eLearning repository and some of her previous projects have included installing and managing The Feminist Library‘s first open source library management system, and participating in training Radical Librarians.

She currently works with Fossbox and Artefacto to promote open and emerging technologies in the community, arts and library and information sectors and is co-founder of Biblio, a new online bibliotherapy platform.

kate AT artefacto.org.uk

@katelomax

Sara Wingate Gray

Sara is a writer, artist and doctoral researcher in the Department of Information Studies, University College London (UCL).

She is founder of The Itinerant Poetry Library (2006), and in 2010 was selected by IREX and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for a Fellowship in International Librarianship. From 2007-08 she was The Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives first ever Visiting Research Scholar, encouraging the Center and Archive to envision its digital future. She returned in 2011 to help steer their digitization project – The Poetry Center Digital Archive (PCDA), making digitally accessible for the very first time the largest historic collection of poetry recordings outside of the Library of Congress.

She is a Teaching Fellow at UCL on the new Arts and Sciences (BASc) degree programme.

sara AT artefacto.org.uk

@sarawingategray

 

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