Publications and articles

Sim, N. (forthcoming). Youth work, galleries and the politics of partnership. London: Palgrave Macmillan
Sim, N. 2019. Findings from the field: partnership working between galleries and youth organisations. Circuit: Test, Risk, Change. London: Tate [Available to download: https://www.tate.org.uk/about-us/projects/circuit-programme]
Sim, N. 2017. Natural allies or uneasy bedfellows: Investigating the geographies of partnership between galleries and youth organisations. London: Tate [Available to download: https://www.tate.org.uk/research/research-centres/tate-research-centre-learning/circuit-evaluation]
Brocken, S, Howard, F and Sim, N. 2017. Youth work, arts practice and transdisciplinary space. The SAGE handbook of youth work practice. London: SAGE
Sim, N. 2015. An overview of Shadow Curriculum. Heather and Ivan Morison: Shadow Curriculum gallery guide. London: South London Gallery
Sim, N. 2015. Book review: Youth, arts and education: reassembling subjectivity through affect. Cultural Trends Journal. Vol 24. Issue 4. pp. 337-339
Sim, N. Youth work, informal learning and the arts: exploring the research and practice agenda. Research Intelligence. Issue 127. p. 30
Sim, N. 2014. Chapter 2: The tree as curriculum. Heather & Ivan Morison: Shadow Curriculum [online]. London: South London Gallery
Sim, N. 2012. Play with a big P. The cat came as a tomato. London: South London Gallery