Sarah Hill lives and works in New Orleans, Louisiana. They have shown nationally and internationally. Hill has performed at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Arkansas; Le Lieu - Centre En Art Actuel, Québec, Canada, International Performance Platform Festival in Lublin, Poland at Gallery Labirynt; and Performatorium 2014: Festival of Queer Performance Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Hill received their MFA from the Museum School in partnership with Tufts University, Boston. They have studied with Black Market International at the Festival of Live Art in Glasgow, Scotland. They have performed at Mobius, Proof Gallery and Anthony Greaney in Boston, MA; Grace Exhibition Space, New York, NY; little berlin, Philadelphia, PA;  Living Arts Space, Tulsa, OK; Waterloo Center for Arts, Waterloo, IA; The MACC, Austin, TX; São Paulo-Santos, Brazil; and Casino Luxembourg Contemporary Art Forum, Luxembourg. They have screened videos in Australia, Berlin, Canada, MIX COPENHAGEN, London (FRINGE! Queer Film & Arts Fest) Miami, New York (The Armory Show), Venice Biennale, Italy, North Carolina (NCGLFF) Portugal, San Francisco (SFTFF San Francisco Transgender Film Festival), and Scotland. Hill has worked on projects with William Pope. L (Cusp) and Roderick Buchanan (Swim) and sat on a panel with Dara Birnbaum. Learn More:

Learn more about Sarah Hill's work, "Goodbye Rebecca & Eileen" via our Virtual Exhibition for Make America What America Must Become, An Exhibition of Gulf South Artists

Saturday, January 9, 2021 to Sunday, April 25, 2021
Thursday, October 8, 2020
Saturday, August 3, 2019 to Saturday, October 5, 2019