• Adjunct Assistant Professor, Art/Art History


  • BFA, Licenciatura en Artes Plásticas y Visuales, Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado "La Esmeralda". Project: EXPLORACIÓN SOBRE EL LUGAR: Un recorrido por mi producción plástica en La Esmeralda
  • MFA, Photography and Digital Imaging, The University of Utah. Project: WHO SUSTAINS OUR TABLES?


Sara Serratos, a multidisciplinary artist based in Salt Lake City, Utah—on Goshute and Ute land—originally from Cuautitlán, México—on Nahua land—explores themes from a sociological perspective in her work and researches Pre-Columbian imagery. She delves into language, landscapes, inhabitable spaces, and the socio-environmental impact of architecture, particularly in housing, and migration drawing from her personal experiences. She has worked with film, digital and analog photography, video, sculpture, performance, and text. Serratos holds a Master of Fine Arts in Photography and Digital Imaging from the University of Utah (2023) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mexico's National School of Painting, Sculpture, and Printmaking “La Esmeralda” (2017), graduating with honors. She was awarded a fellowship through Mexico's Commission of Arts and Culture and CONACYT for the Studies Abroad program (2021-2023). Sara’s work has been featured in exhibitions in the United States, Mexico, and cyberspace, both individually and in groups.