Sara Woodbury's current research focuses on the Community Art Center project, a Federal Art Project initiative, and the significance of travel infrastructures to its operations. Her digital work focuses on the historical archives of the Roswell Museum, a former community art center still in operation. Prior to coming to William and Mary, Sara worked as a museum curator, holding positions at the Roswell Museum and Art Center, Shelburne Museum, and the Dallas Museum of Art. She has organized or co-organized more than thirty exhibitions on American art and material culture, including the major retrospective, Magical and Real: Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd, co-curated with the Michener Art Museum. Find her at here.
EducationB.A., Art History, Lake Forest College
M.A., History of Art, Williams College
Selected Professional Experiences
Curatorial Fellow, Shelburne Museum, 2011-2013
McDermott Curatorial Fellow, Dallas Museum of Art, 2010-2011