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Sara Woodbury

Sara Woodbury is a scholar, curator, and artist whose research intersects the history of museums, art access, and mobility studies. She is currently a PhD candidate in American studies at William & Mary, where she is writing a dissertation about art outreach exhibitions. As a curator focusing on American art, she has held positions at the Roswell Museum in New Mexico, Shelburne Museum in Vermont, and the Dallas Museum of Art. She is currently a part-time guest curator with the Barry Art Museum at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without

  1. Family and friends, especially my fiancé Brandon
  2. My tools for self-expression, namely crafting supplies and writing materials (including my laptop)
  3. Art
  4. Music
  5. Access to the outdoors
  6. Traveling
  7. Good food
  8. Books
  9. Cats
  10. A sense of purpose