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Sarah Stolte

MA, Doctoral Candidate


Art History


An alumna of Edgewood College, Sarah began teaching here in the Fall of 2016. Her courses include History of Photograph, History of Women Artists in Europe, and Native American Art. Sarah completed her MA in Art History at the UW-Milwaukee and is currently finishing her PhD in Art History with the UW-Madison. In addition to Art History, Sarah's interests include curatorial practices and museum studies. She has worked as a curator with the Dallas Museum of Art, the Milwaukee Art Museum, Edgewood College, and Madison College. In 2013, she co-curated an exhibition of Contemporary Native American Art that opened with the vernissage of the Venice Biennale. Her most recent publications are “Introduction.” Wyckoff, Elizabeth ed. Wisconsin in Watercolor. Madison, WI: Wisconsin Historical Society Press (2018) and “Performance, Gestures and Pose in Postcards of Ho-chunk in Wisconsin Dells.” Gilbert, Helen and Charlotte Gleghorn eds. Recasting Commodity and Spectacle in the Indigenous Americas. London, UK: Institute for the Study of the Americas, School of Advanced Study (2014). When she is not reading, writing, and lecturing, Sarah enjoys world travel, biking, hiking, and teaching both her cat and chihuahua how to do tricks.