Sarah Hall Weaver Named SVAC’s Director of Galleries and Development

Jennifer Weinstein, Executive Director of the Southern Vermont Arts Center, has announced the appointment of Sarah Hall Weaver to the post of Director of Galleries and Development.

A graduate of Alfred University, Sarah was most recently the Assistant Director of the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs, NY where her responsibilities included curating permanent and rotating exhibitions, designing arts programming and events, marketing, and development.

Throughout her career she has curated dozens of exhibitions including large scale collective exhibits like the Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney Hall of Fame and a permanent display honoring Jewish World War II veterans as well as many projects showcasing singular artists.

Hall Weaver was in part selected on the basis of a mutual appreciation for artists and artworks of all variety – something SVAC seeks to offer inside and out. “From my first drive up the hill I knew SVAC was a special place. There are opportunities here – for artists of all backgrounds to display their work and for visitors to find fine art that truly impacts them. The opportunity for me to bring artist and audience together is an absolute privilege,” said Sarah. “The Arts Center has endless potential. It has an incredible campus, an impressive history, and a very promising future. I am deeply honored to join the staff and am looking forward to welcoming our artists.”

The Southern Vermont Arts Center is off West Road (930 SVAC Drive) in Manchester, Vermont. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday noon to 5 pm. For more information, call 362-1405 or email info@svac.org. Visit any time at svac.org.

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