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Oxford American Feature 

Jan. 18, 2017 

 

http://www.oxfordamerican.org/item/1071-the-fellowship 

 

 

Pleased to have two projects awarded honorable mentions in The Deeper Perspective catagorey IPA Awards 2016 

http://www.photoawards.com/submit/Members/winner_services/create_hmention_seal.php?comp=IPA%202016 

 

Sarah is a 2016 Critical Mass Finalist. 

http://photolucidapdx.blogspot.com/2016/08/critical-mass-finalists-are-announced.html 

 

Sarah has several images at the Democratic National Convention at The Truth To Power Exibition, part of Rock the Vote. July 25-27 Philadelphia. 

http://truthtopower.rockthevote.com 

 

Proud to have photograhed this important story for the July issue of Psychology Today. 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/201607/breaking-the-code-the-streets?collection=1091356 

Duke University has just released the news that they have acquired 250 silver gelatin prints from The Homeplace as well as my work on the Rosenwald schools. To learn more click below. 

http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/documentaryarts/news 

 

I will be speaking at the 2015 National Rosenwald School Conference in Durham, NC June 17-20. 

http://www.preservationnation.org/assets/photos-images/rosenwald-schools/2015/2015-Rosenwald-Conference-Schedule-of-Sessions.pdf 

Aint-Bad Magazine Feature 

http://aintbadmagazine.com/article/2014/11/sarah-hoskins/ 

Best of Eyes on the South Vol.1 

I am proud to have my work chosen from Oxfod American 

http://www.oxfordamerican.org/articles/2014/may/23/best-eyes-south/ 

Feature 

Oxford American 

http://www.oxfordamerican.org/articles/2014/may/01/eyes-south-sarah-hoskins/ 

 

Feature  

Private Photo Review 

April 28, 2014 

 

 

Visit the Lost Opportunities Exhibit 

Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda  

January 27-31, 2014 | 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. 

In the spring of 2013, cuts to the Federal budget from the Budget Control Act of 2011 - sequestration - shuttered the window of opportunity for thousands of our most vulnerable children. Curators Without Borders sent photographers to follow the stories of rural, urban, tribal, and migrant Head Start programs and families in five states. 

Cohosted by NHSA, the National Migrant Seasonal Head Start Association and the National Indian Head Start Directors Association, the Lost Opportunities exhibit portrays the strength of each Head Start program and the dignity of the families in the face of painful and often devastating disruptions caused by the sequestration cuts. 

We invite you to visit the exhibit on display in the Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda January 27-31. 

Since the summer of 1965, Head Start has represented a national commitment to children living in poverty – a commitment to the belief that every child, regardless of circumstances at birth, has the ability to succeed in school and in life if given a window of opportunity during the early years. 

 

September 2013 

Feature 

FototEvidence 

http://www.fotoevidence.com/injust/549 

 

August 2013 

Critical Mass Finalist 

August 2013 

Esquire Featrure 

http://esquire.kz/photo/282 

 

April 2013 

American Legacy Feature 

http://www.americanlegacymag.com/hamlets/ 

 

January 2013 

Eyes On The South 

The Oxford American 

http://www.oxfordamerican.org/articles/2013/jan/28/eyes-south-sarah-hoskins/ 

December 2012 

"A Photographer Who Can Write" 

Pete Brook 

http://prisonphotography.org/2012/12/14/sarah-hoskins-a-photographer-who-can-write/ 

December 2012 

Feature 

Looking at Appalachia 

http://walkyourcamera.com/looking-at-appalachia-sarah-hoskins-part-one/ 

 

 

October 2012 

The Homeplace was featured in the Spotlight section of ProPhotoDaily. 

http://www.ai-ap.com/publications/pro-photo-daily/search/?search=sarah+hoskins 

September 2012 

Preservation Feature 

Road to the Rosenwalds 

You can read my piece online and if you pick up a copy of the magazine you can view a nice feature on the schools with several of my photographs. 

http://www.preservationnation.org/magazine/2012/online-exclusives/the-road-to-the-rosenwalds.html 

July/August 2012 

I am honored to be invited to be a resident at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, New York. 

http://www.yaddo.org/ 

June 14-16 2012 

National Rosenwald Schools Conference  

Tuskegee, Alabama 

I will be sharing my work and educating others into the importance of documentary photography for preservation. 

http://www.preservationnation.org/travel-and-sites/sites/southern-region/rosenwald-schools/ 

February 1-May 20, 2012 

Museum of Fine Arts Houston 

Snail Mail 

http://2012biennial.fotofest.org/participating_spaces/46-the-museum-of-fine-arts-houston.aspx 

 

February 10-March 17, 2012 

The Homeplace 

Scott County Arts & Cultural Center 

117 North Water Street 

Georgetown, KY 

Opening Reception with my good friends who I am honored will be singing. 

The Jimtown Male Chorus 

Milward "Hank" Gordon 

February 2012  

Feature and exhibit. 

The Homeplace is featured in South X Southeast 

http://sxsemagazine.com/ 

 

December 2011 Issue 

Life Fource Magazine 

Car Culture Feature 

http://www.lifeforcemagazine.com/photo-essays.htm 

November 2011 

Wonderful 11 page feature in F8 Magazinehttp://www.f8mag.com/download/item/f8mag-5?category_id=182 

 

September 2011 

Southern Memories 

Curated by John Bennette Opening September 16, 2011 

Slow Exposures Photography Festival  

Concord, GA 

http://slowexposures.org/ 

 

South x Southeast Photomagazine  

Bert Edwards singing next William Eggleston image. Not bad. mr.bennette selects is a new feature where John Bennette selects and writes, this month on southern music. He selected three of my images from The Homeplace. Thank you John and Raymond Adams. 

July/August 2011 

Thank you to Preservation magazine for nice article on The Homeplace and Rosenwald Schools. 

June 21, 2011 

I will be presenting at the totally cool 21 C Museum Hotel in Louisville on Tuesday June 21 as part of Pecha Kucha Night. If any are near hope to see you there. 

http://www.pecha-kucha.org/night/louisville/4 

 

March 16, 2011 

Kickstarter 

The Homeplace Project inluding my first video with stills and Milwerd singing. You get to hear him 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1674086375/the-homeplace-photos-from-historic-african-america?ref=live 

February 28, 2011 

White House News Photographers Association 

NPR The Homeplace Awarded. 

http://www.whnpa.org/contest/eyes2011/newmedia/photonatsound/ 

 

October 2010 

Recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation for efforts to preserve Rosenwald schools. 

Please Listen to NPR  

April 25, 2010 8:00AM-10:00AM 

They traveled with me to Kentucky to interview myself and those I have been photographing for the past ten years. The Homeplace: Photographs Of Historic african American Hamlets in Kentucky's Inner Bluegrass Region. 

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=126246445 

Exhibition has just been extend to May 2, 2010 

Robert C. May Photography Series 

Exhibition: The Art Museum At The 

University of Kentucky  

Lexington,KY 

http://uknow.uky.edu/content/documentary-photog-sarah-hoskins-speak 

NPR Feature 

NPR Picture Show March 15, 2010 

http://www.npr.org/blogs/pictureshow/2010/03/homeplace.html 

 

Lecture March 26,2010 4:00PM  

Worsham Theater  

Robert C. May Photography Series 

Exhibition: The Art Museum At The 

University of Kentucky  

Lexington,KY 

Exhibition: The Art Museum March 6 - April 11,2010 

 

Women In Photography Empire State College 

New York City 

March 20, 2010 

http://www.esc.edu/ESConline/landing/ArtsNYC.nsf/html/WomeninPhotography2010.html 

Judging and presenting 2009 Indiana News Photographers Association POY  

February 19-20, 2010 

http://indiananewsphotographers.org/wp/?p=562 

 

January 16, 2010 

Please Read. I recently photographed Diana Garmon-Spears for an important story published in NewScientist . 

"As an African American woman living in Chicago, the dice are loaded against Garmon-Spears. Across the US, death rates among black women diagnosed with breast cancer are 37 per cent higher than for whites, but in Chicago the difference is an astonishing 68 per cent." 

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20527433.900-poor-neighbourhoods-can-kill.html?full=true 

October 2009 

Art For Obama Designing Manifest Hope and the Campaign fo Change 

http://www.amazon.com/Art-Obama-Designing-Manifest-Campaign/dp/0810984989 

 

April 22, 2009  

Featured on Verve Photo 

A New Breed Of Documentary Photographers 

http://vervephoto.wordpress.com/2009/04/22/sarah-hoskins/ 

March 2009  

Berea College 

Berea Kentucky 

The Homeplace: Photographs From Historic African-American Hamlets In Kentucky's Inner Bluegrass Region 

Lecture March 18  

“Through the Lens: Social Change and Documentary Photography 

Berea College 

Sarah is a part of Do 1 Thing. To learn more and what you can do February 14, 2009 

http://www.do1thing.org/