Teaching Scholar, Digital Print Studio
Sara Fahling received her B.F.A from Kendall College of Art and Design in 2014 and her M.F.A. from IU Bloomington in 2018. She is an artist from Grand Rapids, Michigan, whose work explores familial legacy, loss, and memory. She merges photographs, textiles, and hand embroidery to illustrate the fragility of the mind and the confusing and complicated relationship between time and space. Fahling received a BFA from Kendall College of Art & Design, graduating with Honors, and an MFA from Indiana University’s School of Art, Architecture + Design. In 2018, she received the Student Award for Innovations in Imaging from the Society of Photographic Education. Her work has been recognized by multiple online publications including PDNedu, Fraction Magazine, and Don’t Smile. Additionally, Fahling’s work has been showcased in galleries such as The Midwest Center for Photography, Yesier Art Center, and Antenna Media in Japan.
B.F.A. Kendall College of Art and Design
M.F.A. Indiana University, Bloomington