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, where she continues to teach.
Call to Action: ArchiteXX, Now What?!, and Creating New Futures, Journal of Architectural Education, Volume 74, 2020 – Issue 2: Othering, with Lori Brown, Andrea J. Merrett, Roberta Washington
Challenging the Canon – Rewriting History, panel with Jude Barber, Sarah Rafson, Madhavi Desai and Karen Burns, chaired by Julie Willis. Transformations: Actions on Equity Symposium, University of Melbourne School of Design, November 15, 2019
“Advertisements for Architecture: Bernard Tschumi,” in Bad Architectures. Praxis, Issue 15, October 2019
Advocating and Agitating: Women-Led Organizations, panel with Susan King, Kathryn Anthony, Smitha Vasan, and Veselka Ivanovic, organized and moderated by Sarah Rafson as a part of Now What?! Chicago, Co-Prosperity Sphere, September 13, 2019
Advocacy, Activism, and American Architecture since 1968, Alan H. Rider Distinguished Lecture, Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture, April 2, 2018. With special guest Carol Crandall.
Susan Abel Maxman, Pioneering Women of American Architecture, Beverly Willis Architectural Foundation, 2018
On Chicago’s CARYATIDS. Lumpen Radio Chicago, 105.5 FM, Buildings on Air, August 5, 2017