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Sarah Urist Green
Sarah Urist Green is creator and curator of The Art Assignment, an educational video series produced by PBS Digital Studios that explores art history through the lens of the present. Since its premiere in February 2014, the series has grown to over 200,000 subscribers, issued assignments by more than 60 artists, and generated thousands of artworks in response. Green is the former curator of contemporary art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where she organized the exhibitions Graphite and Andy Warhol Enterprises, among others, and was instrumental in developing The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres. She holds a master of arts in modern art history from Columbia University and a bachelor of arts from Northwestern University.