Visual Artist and Urban Planner
Sarah Kavage is a Seattle-based visual artist and urban planner whose creative practice addresses place, ephemerality, and public space through installations and participatory interventions. Industrial Harvest, her Chicago-based exploration of food, commodities trading, and the economy was featured in the Chicago Reader, Public Art Review, the BBC, and SITAC X in Mexico City. She served as Co-Artistic Director for Duwamish Revealed, a site-specific exhibition and performance series along and about the Duwamish River in 2015. Kavage has a Masters’ Degree in Urban Planning from the University of Washington and was selected by Seattle Magazine as one of Seattle’s Most Influential People for 2015.