Sarah Boehme serves as Curator of the Stark Museum of Art and is responsible for the care and curation of the Museum’s permanent holdings. She prepares exhibitions with accompanying publications, researches art, oversees loans, gives presentations, and performs other curatorial duties. She rejoined the Museum staff in 2006, having previously worked at the Museum in curatorial positions from 1978-1982. Sarah Boehme holds a bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College and a master’s and doctorate in history of art from Bryn Mawr College. Before returning to the Stark Museum, Dr. Boehme served as the John S. Bugas Curator, Whitney Gallery of Western Art, at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. She previously was instructor of fine arts and curator at St. Lawrence University. Her publications include contributions in Shaping the West : American Sculptors in the Nineteenth Century; In Contemporary Rhythm: The Art of Ernest L. Blumenschein; Forging an American Identity: The Art of William Ranney; John James Audubon in the West: The Last Expedition: Mammals of North America; Powerful Images: Portrayals of Native America; Seth Eastman: A Portfolio of North American Indians; and Frontier America: Art and Treasures of the Old West from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. She is the author of exhibition catalogues Whitney Gallery of Western Art; Absakoree Hut: The Joseph Henry Sharp Cabin; Buckeye Blake: Art on the Western Front; and Rendezvous to Roundup: The First 100 Years of Art in Wyoming.