BA, Art History, University of Maryland, College Park, 2012
Sara graduated from the University of Maryland in May 2012 with a major in Art History and Archaeology and a minor in Classical Mythology. She graduated with Departmental Honors and was the recipient of the George Levitine Award. While at UMD, Sara wrote "The Vitruvian Man: A Study of the History and Theories Surrounding Leonardo da Vinci's Drawing" for her Directed Studies course.
Currently a second year student at the University of Virginia, Sara has begun work on 16th century Renaissance banquets, focusing on the types of mythological scenes and characters that were emphasized in the the material objects in banquet halls, as well as the frescos in these rooms. She will finish her Qualifying Paper with Francesca Fiorani by the end of the 2013-2014 academic year. Sara is also a TA for "Art Since 1945."Email: Sara Atwood