Sara Savage

 

Sara Savage

Sara Savage is a senior pursuing a degree in Studio Arts and Art History with a minor in Museum Studies and a certificate in Gender Studies. She was selected to participate in this summer’s Honors Wyoming Field Study course where four students spent two and a half weeks working on intense independent studio projects. The artwork Sara produced in Wyoming focused on the identity of the land and what it meant for her to exist within it. Sara’s other art revolves around identity as she works with personal experience and self-identities to bring attention to the complex identity of Otherness. This semester, her interest in identity is tied into the work she is doing in HAA 1010: Approaches to Art History, where she is doing extensive research on the Syria-Lebanon Nationality Room and suggests that it represents an Ottoman identity that memorializes both Christian and Muslim traditions.

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  • HAAARCH!!! 2015
  • Undergraduate Work
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