Sarah Morris applies her experience in multinational nonprofit strategy to support communications campaigns for arts and cultural organizations across the United States and around the world.
Sarah joined Resnicow and Associates in September 2017 and her current clients include Brooklyn Public Library, Frieze Art Fairs, the Lahore Biennale Foundation, RxART, and Sharjah Art Foundation. As part of her work at R+A, she has helped develop and implement communications campaigns for major solo exhibitions of underappreciated women artists at Sharjah Art Foundation including Bani Abidi (2019), Anna Boghiguian (2018), Zineb Sedira (2018), and Mona Saudi (2018); for women-centered special sections at Frieze Art Fairs including Chicago Tribute (2020), Spotlight (2018-20) and Social Work (2018); for Kasmin gallery presentations including Lee Krasner: Mural Studies (2018) and Painters of the East End (2019), a group exhibition dedicated to significant 20th century women artists; and for Brooklyn Public Library artists-in-residence Kameelah Janan Rasheed (2018-19) and Mary Mattingly (2019-20).
Prior to joining R+A, Sarah served as a strategy associate at the International Rescue Committee (IRC), a global humanitarian nonprofit organization. As an undergraduate, she held positions with Artbook @ MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, NY; the Townhouse Gallery in Cairo, Egypt; and Edith Wharton’s estate in Lenox, MA.
Sarah graduated with honors from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in art history and Arabic, including immersive language study in Morocco and Egypt.