Sarah Stankey recently received an MFA in photography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also studied wildlife ecology with the Center for Culture, History and the Environment and earned a certificate from the Nelson Institute. Sarah received a BFA in photography from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in 2013. Her studio practice includes photography, letterpress and research within zoology, limnology and geology. Her interest in the natural sciences and fine arts includes the history of museums, taxidermy and cabinets of curiosity. In addition to her fine art practice, Sarah enjoys working within museums and has spent time as a volunteer, intern and employee at the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, the UW-Zoological Museum and the UW-Geology Museum. She is currently employed as the lead curator at the Art + Literature Laboratory in Madison.