Sara Savage

 

Sara Savage

Sara Savage is a junior studying Studio Arts and Art History with a minor in Museum Studies and a certificate in Gender Studies. In high school, Sara worked as an art collection intern for the Friends of L’Hopital Schweitzer—a Pittsburgh nonprofit that sells Haitian art to benefit their hospital in Haiti. Sara photographed and edited images for their e-gallery, documented pieces for the annual inventory, and worked at the organization’s annual gala as an installation assistant and event photographer. Sara is currently interning with the University Art Gallery (UAG), working to generate a virtual tour of art works on Pitt’s campus using iBooks Author.  She is also an undergraduate teaching assistant for Introduction to World Art, where she has worked to bring together Studio Arts majors with beginner art historians in the UAG. With a focus on digital art and design for her Studio Arts major, Sara is especially interested in the digital design components of gallery work.  She has done numerous gallery event posters, including those for the 2013 Martin Creed exhibition. After graduation, Sara hopes to combine the design and art historical skills she has learned at Pitt and put them to work in a museum setting.  

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  • HAAARCH!!! 2014
  • Undergraduate Work
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