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Simpson Center for the Humanities

Sarah Grace Faulk

As the Administrative Assistant, Sarah Grace Faulk is the manager of the Simpson Center’s space, calendar, and data. She is the first point of contact for reservations and Center inquiries, and she provides clerical, fiscal, and operational support for Simpson Center staff and leadership. She also manages the Center's growing list of grant competitions, which include twice-yearly funding rounds, Society of Scholars fellowships, Digital Humanities Summer Fellowships, Reimagining the Humanities PhD and Reaching New Publics awards, and others.

Sarah graduated from the University of Washington in 2017 with a BA in Art History and a minor in Comparative History of Ideas. She has worked at a range of arts institutions, including the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Elsewhere Museum, Artist Trust, and Strange Coupling. She has also been involved in the arts publications Monday, I Don’t Do Boxes, and Bricolage. Sarah is a germinating art historian and arts organizer, whose research primarily concerns the creation of accessible art history and the excavation of performance and conceptual art.