Sarra Scherb is a writer, gallerist, curator and designer in Seattle. She has worked with four Seattle art galleries and five Washington museums on exhibits, research and curation. She's written for The Stranger, Weave Magazine and The Toast. She holds a degree in Museology, if you want to shout about museums with her. She can usually be found wearing leggings, too much lipstick, and a permanent squint.
In honor of Women’s History month, Twilight Gallery debuted [S]HEROES: Side A, an exhibit of Jordan Christianson’s couture purses, each of which is an embodiment of the women musicians ...On April 5, 2016 / By Sarra Scherb
“Men’s words are carved in stone from here to kingdom come. So, no, we’re not going to do quotes by men. Thanks for asking.” The story of ...On December 16, 2015 / By Sarra Scherb
Seattle gets blown up, blurred out, and reduced to a skeleton by the three painters in “Neighborhoods” at the Seattle Art Museum Gallery. Elizabeth Gahan, Kate Protage and ...On September 16, 2015 / By Sarra Scherb
Photo: Visitor with Pixel at Thinking Currents Exhibit It’s getting harder to maintain Seattle’s inferiority complex. Notorious and proud of our underachiever status—we’re not New York or Los Angeles ...On August 3, 2015 / By Sarra Scherb