Sarah Rafson is a writer, editor, researcher, and curator who focuses on art, architecture, and  design. In 2016, she founded Point Line Projects, an editorial and curatorial agency. She received the 2017 Ann Kalla Professorship in Architecture at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture.


What we can learn from Chicago’s CARYATIDS, the feminist curatorial collective that fought sexism in architecture. Chicago Architecture Biennial blog, June, 27, 2017

On Chicago’s CARYATIDS. Lumpen Radio Chicago, 105.5 FM, Buildings on Air, August 5, 2017

A brilliant plan for bikes? Brilliant Branch Rail-to-Trail would connect Pittsburgh neighborhoods, and beyond. Next Pittsburgh, July 17, 2017

How to Avoid Employee Burnout. Architect, May 12, 2017

Making Space: Five Women Changing the Face of Architecture. Film screening and panel discussion, University of Pittsburgh, March 27, 2017.

The CMU School of Architecture breaks the mold in showcasing #allfemale architects. Next Pittsburgh, March 22, 2017

Reflect, Reclaim, Redefine: Detroit’s Imani Day Wants a More Diverse and Engaged Profession. sub_teXXt, February 9, 2017

Pursuing Alternative Paths in The Name of Design. Architect, February 7, 2017

On architecture and the Women’s March. Lumpen Radio Chicago, 105.5 FM, Buildings on Air, August 5, 2017

How Design Thinking Is Changing Medicine. Metropolis, March 16, 2016

The AIA Gold Medal Goes to Venturi and Scott Brown: Progress and the Prize. Metropolis, December 8, 2015

3 New Films Showcase 7 Architects Redefining the Role of Women in Architecture. ArchDaily, March 8, 2015

The Power of a Watchdog: Lessons from Yale’s Peggy Deamer. sub_teXXt, February 20, 2015

C.A.R.Y.A.T.I.D.S. Take on Atavistic Thinking in Design and Society. Pidgin 18: ETHICS, Princeton School of Architecture, November, 2014

Lygia Clark, Marina Abramović and the Performance-Art-Architecture Complex. Interventions, May 21, 2012

Rethinking the Architect. The Varsity, March 2, 2010

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