- Academic board member
- Bespoke Courses Faculty
- Alumni, 2008
Lindsay Sekulowicz studied Environmental Art at the Glasgow School of Art (2002-6) before studying at the Royal Drawing School (2007-8). She is currently working on a practice-based doctorate at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and The University of Brighton, focusing on ethnobotanical collections of the Northwest Amazon in Brazil, working in collaboration with Indigenous communities. She was previously artist in residence in Kew’s Economic Botany Collection and Herbarium. Her work explores drawing as a way of knowing, and considers the way that information can be transmitted over material objects over time.
She has previously worked with a number of museums and institutions in the UK and internationally, including The D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum in Dundee, The Natural History Museum of Florence, andthe National Herbarium of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She is the recipient of the Royal Scottish Academy's 2023 William Littlejohn Award.