Sarah Pollman is a Part-Time Lecturer in Photography at Tufts University and an Affiliate Lecturer in Art History at Emerson College. Her scholarship and forthcoming book, The Distances Between Us, revolve around photography and its cultural uses, looking specifically at the family photograph as a document of communication among generations.
Pollman holds a BFA (2007) and MFA (2014) from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University. She is a 2013 recipient of the Art Writing Workshop from the AICA-USA and Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program and a 2014 Curatorial Opportunity Program curator at the New Art Center in Newton. Recent exhibits include a solo show at the Danforth Art Museum (Framingham, MA) and group shows at Sanlang Art Dimension (Hangzhou, China), the Rourke Art Museum (Moorhead, MN) and The Open Aperture Gallery (Newport, RI).