Sarah Green joined the Texas Christian University faculty as an adjunct professor in 2015. As an exhibiting artist specializing in digital portraiture, her one-woman installation at Fort Worth’s Artspace 111 entitled Allure & Utility was recognized as the Best Gallery Show of 2012 by the Fort Worth Weekly. In addition, Sarah’s artwork was used in the feature film “jackass 3.5.” Her work has been collected nationally and she has been represented by galleries in Fort Worth, Dallas and Los Angeles.
Sarah also serves as Cultural Arts Coordinator for the City of North Richland Hills, developing and coordinating public art, larger-scale public events and graphic design and branding for the City. In 2018, the NRH Signal Art Program, featuring work created by Sarah and her TCU Illustration students, received the Arts & Humanities Programming Achievement Award, which recognizes the most innovative and effective arts and humanities programs in the field of Community Services programming in North Texas. The Signal Art program has been recognized across the country in numerous publications and has been included in local and national radio and television broadcasts. Several cities have recently implemented similar programs and many of them seek Sarah’s professional consultation on how to successfully launch their own signal box art program. Also in 2018, Sarah received the Northeast Tarrant Chamber Hometown Hero Award through the Chamber of Commerce for the NRH Public Art Program and the wide ranging recognition that the city has received for its public art. Sarah Green’s professional affiliations include the Texas Public Art Administrators Association, Texas Commission on the Arts and Arts Council Northeast.
As an instructor, Sarah is dedicated to guiding her students to effectively utilize Adobe Creative Cloud programs to develop their design skills to their highest potential as well as to discover and express their individual creativity.