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Sarika is an artist and printmaker currently living in central New Jersey. She received her MFA in Printmaking in 2014 and her MA as an Iowa Arts Fellowship recipient in 2013 from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA. She also received a BFA in Printmaking, minor in Art History, and a Book Arts Concentration from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD in 2011. Sarika has been an artist in residence at La Ceiba Gráfica in La Orduña, Mexico in 2016, and has exhibited widely throughout the US.
Sarika currently works as a studio assistant at Dieu Donne and as a studio assistant to Duke Riley. She has previously worked as an Assistant Printer at the Brodsky Center at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ in 2016. She has also worked as an Assistant Curator at the University of Iowa Museum of Art for the Legacies for Iowa Collections-Sharing Project from 2014-2016 and as a curatorial research assistant for prints, drawings, and photographs at the UIMA from 2012-2014. While in Iowa, Sarika also curated exhibitions for the Times Club, a small alternative gallery exhibition-space in the iconic Iowa City bookstore, Prairie Lights. Previous to her graduate studies, she interned at places such as Johns Hopkins University's Heritage Science for Conservation.
Sarika is available for print projects, freelance design, curatorial projects, and art commissions.
Many works displayed here are available for purchase. Please contact directly via email for a price list of works.
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