Sarah E. Jenkins (she/they) is a queer multidisciplinary artist from northern Appalachia, living and working in Boston, MA. They work primarily in stop motion animation, drawing and social practice. Her work is inspired by post-industrial stories and places, coal and natural resource extraction, and experimental animation processes.
Jenkins teaches experimental animation as graduate faculty at Massachusetts College of Art & Design and is the animation TA at Harvard University. Their work has been exhibited in the northeast and internationally, including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, ICA Boston, and GRRL HAUS Cinema (Berlin and Boston). Jenkins was awarded a MacDowell Fellowship for the summer of 2021 and will be an artist in residence at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology during the Winter of 2021/22.