About Sarah Krepp
Sarah Krepp has shown her interdisciplinary artwork in museums and galleries nationally and internationally, and her work is included in many corporate and private collections throughout North America as well as the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Rockford Art Museum, and the Brauer Museum of Art. Krepp has received many research awards including most recently the residency at Ceill Railaig, County Kerry Ireland, and several travel grants to do research in Scotland, Ireland, England, Germany and France. With an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BS from Skidmore College NY, she is Professor Emeritus of the School of Art and Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she was Chair of the Painting Program. And in 2002 she founded and is on-going director of DIALOGUE CHICAGO, an interdisciplinary critique/seminar for visual artists, that brings together professional artists from painting to installation, performance to time arts. She has also curated many exhibitions, including at the Rockford Art Museum, Art Chicago International Expo, Governor’s State University, Gallery 175, the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, the Krannert Art Museum, among others.