Sarah Brin is a writer, curator and educator in Los Angeles. She was the first person ever to put a bandana on a Golden Retriever.

Sarah received her B.A. in European Cultural Studies from Brandeis University, and an M.A. in Public Art Studies from the University of Southern California. Most of her research at USC related to artists’ games, public spaces, and participatory exhibition-making. Some of her current research interests include new media, institutional critique and appropriation.

She’s had the privilege of collaborating with institutions like the SFMOMABabycastles, The Armand Hammer Museum, UCLA, LACE, Machine Project, 826LA and many others.

In addition to her independent curatorial work, Sarah works as the Program Coordinator for Antioch University’s M.A. in Urban Sustainability Program, and as Education Staff at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).

You can contact her here.