Sarah Bapst

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Sarah Bapst's work includes sculpture, works on paper, and photography. The work explores relation, temporality, meaning, change. Literature is a more recent reference. Bapst received a BA from Indiana University and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work has been exhibited in regional and national group shows including: Selections '10 at the Bakelar Gallery at MassArt in 2010; "Marks", an Exhibition of Contemporary Drawing, at the Target Gallery in the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA; and "From Time to Time", a group exhibit which explored aspects of time, at the B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross. She was the recipient of a Painting Fellowship, from the Artists Foundation of Massachusetts; an Artist-in-Residence in Massachusetts, also funded by the Artists Foundation of Massachusetts; and a Visual Arts Fellowship for Works on Paper, granted by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2013 Bapst's work was included as a nominee in Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art Foster Prize exhibit. Bapst teaches Visual Language and TIME in the Studio Foundation Department.