Sarah Horton

 

Sarah Horton

Sarah Horton is a senior majoring in History of Art and Architecture, with a minor in Studio Arts and a certificate in Asian Studies. Her primary area of academic interest is modern and contemporary East Asian art, but she appreciates art from an eclectic range of locations and time periods. She spent two semesters as an intern in the Decorative Arts and Design Department at the Carnegie Museum of Art, and she is currently working in the Preservation Department of the University of Pittsburgh Library System on the Consol Energy Mine Map Preservation Project. In her free time, she enjoys collecting vintage cameras, attending musical performances, and improving her Korean. Sarah also has a love of travel that grew from her time studying abroad in London, and she hopes to travel to East Asia and continue her study of art in the future. 

At HAAARCH 2015, she will be presenting on a paper entitled "Methodical Suffering: Chinese Buddhism as a Tool in Zhang Huan's Early Performance Art.

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  • HAAARCH!!! 2015
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