Our collaborators are critical and creative practitioners of all stripes, hailing from the Bay Area and points across the country and globe.
Sarah Cargill (she/her/they/them) is a performing artist, cultural worker, and freelance curator whose work articulates (and is a consequence of) the relationship between intimacy, sonic memory/imagination, and interiority. Exploring these relationships through spectrum of sound and silence are central to their practice.
Sarah is one of San Francisco Queer Cultural Center’s 2015–2016 grantees and was the inaugural fellow of SOMArts Cultural Center’s Curatorial Residency Program (2018). She is a former fellow of San Francisco Bay Area Emerging Arts Professionals (2017) and The Gardarev Center (2016). Sarah has appeared as a soloist in numerous productions including Queer Rebels (2013), Stories of Queer Diaspora (2014), SOMArts Cultural Center’s The News (2016), and served as a member of the Board of Directors for Bay Area Girls Rock Camp in Oakland, CA (2015–2017). She currently resides on unceded Ohlone land, in her hometown of San Francisco.
Posted on September 4, 2018