Senior Critic, Assistant Dean for Communications and Digital MediaSarah Stevens-Morling is a Connecticut-based designer, artist, technologist, and educator who was first appointed to the faculty of Yale School of Art in 2015. Sarah formulates the school’s media and communications strategy as well as oversees the Digital Technology Office which manages printing, computer labs, educational software, digital fabrication, technical support and training, as well as digital equipment loans. In addition to teaching technical training, Sarah co-teaches a seminar called “Art of the Game” which explores interactive narratives through game, video-gaming, and play. Formally trained in graphic design, Sarah has sought out ways to combine art and design with technology throughout her career, and is currently exploring virtual reality and augmented reality as a tool for both artists and technologists. Before coming to the Yale School of Art, Sarah worked with several Yale organizations, including five years with the Yale School of Drama/Yale Repertory Theatre where she served as the Director of Technology, Media, and Web Services. Sarah has received awards from the Connecticut Art Directors Club, W3, and American Graphic Design for her work. Sarah holds a B.F.A in Graphic Design from Paier College of Art, and an M.A. in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology from the UConn Neag School of Education where her research focused on the COVID technology landscape for arts educators.
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