Sara Pomparelli is a master student at the UCL Bartlett Institute for Sustainable Heritage in London. Sara holds a bachelor’s degree in Communication and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage from the Brera Academy of Fine Art in Milan and she also attended an exchange semester at the Université de Vincennes Saint Denis in Paris.
Sara’s current work focuses on social sustainability around the Woolwich project; her research is focused on assessing the value of Woolwich’s local markets and their impact on the current and future development of the area.
Sara is passionate about art and heritage conservation. As part of her BA thesis she has presented a conservation project for the archeological site of Saint Dominic monastery in South of Italy, as an extraordinary case of the region’s unexplored heritage. She is currently working as content creator for Nudibranchi, a non-profit cultural association for the enhancement of the local artistic and cultural environment. In 2019 she has attended an internship at the A. Granata & F. Braghieri Art Foundation in Italy where she was responsible for the organization of cultural and artistic events.