Sarah Kavage is a visual artist, urban planner, and cultural organizer whose practice addresses place, ephemerality, and ecology. She uses large-scale gestures and social engagement to shape public dialogue. Kavage is currently designing a series of ecological artworks for multiple environmental centers within the Delaware River (Lenapehoking) Watershed in 2021. This lecture is organized in partnership with Critical Dialogues and the Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River.
Kavage has a masters' degree in urban planning from the University of Washington and uses large-scale gestures and social engagement to shape public dialogue.