Sarah Burry is an art historian and aspiring librarian from California, now based in Brooklyn, NY. They graduated from Bennington College in 2020 with a BA in renaissance history and media studies. While at Bennington, they served as an archives assistant for Bennington Museum and interned at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Watson Library. Burry is passionate about making information and public programming accessible to underrepresented voices. They are completing their final year as a dual-degree master’s candidate in library science and history of art and design at Pratt Institute, where they serve as a graduate member of the board of trustees and president of the Disabled Student Union.
Outside of their academic career, Burry is a produced playwright and enjoys studying Greek mythology and growing their collection of honey. As the next step in their career, Burry intends to pursue a PhD in art history and continue their work with mission-oriented non-profits and community-based organizations.