Sarah E. Jenkins

Sarah E. Jenkins

Teaching Assistant
Sarah Jenkins working on an object on a table

Sarah E. Jenkins (she/they) is a queer multidisciplinary artist from northern Appalachia. They create experimental stop motion animation, drawing, and social practice about natural resource extraction, post-industrial landscapes/histories, and invisible labors.

Jenkins’ work has been exhibited in the northeast and internationally, including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, ICA Boston, Wheaton College, The Lesbian and Gay Association in Germany (LSVD), and GRRL HAUS Cinema (Berlin and Boston). Jenkins was awarded a MacDowell Fellowship for the summer of 2021 and will be an artist in residence at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology during the Winter of 2021/22 and Marble House Project during the summer of 2022.

Sarah E. Jenkins, still from Patch Work, 2017
Still from Patch Work (2017)

Sarah E. Jenkins. Still from Slate Lines, 2018
Still from Slate Lines (2018)

Sarah E. Jenkins. Still from Disappearing Acts, in progress
Still from Disappearing Acts (in progress)

 
Teaching Assistant for AFVS 53R: Fundamentals of Animation (Lingford) and AFVS 52S Animating Science (Lingford & Viel) - Fall 2021