Rise and Fall
From the series, The Village of Reason
7x8.75” image on 8x10” paper
The Citywide School Garden Initiative by Grow To Learn NYC was established to inspire, facilitate, and promote the creation of a sustainable school garden in every public school across New York City via micro-grants, education, and materials. Students who participate in school garden projects show improved test scores and learn where their food comes from, combating rampant obesity and unhealthy eating habits. These students also have an increased environmental awareness, learning about sustainability, lifecycles, and climate change.
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Sarah Palmer was born in San Francisco and lives in Brooklyn. She was awarded the 2011 Aperture Portfolio Prize and has had solo exhibitions at Wild Project in 2010, and at Aperture in fall 2012, both in New York. Her artwork has been published in recent years in the Metropolis issue of Aint-Bad Magazine, the artist zine Queen by Silent Face Projects, Conveyor Magazine’s “Alchemy” issue, and London-based Plantation Journal issue number 4, “Sculptural Geometry,” among others. Most recently, she has been self publishing a series of artist books: Waves in 2015/16, Sea Garden in 2016, and Bending the Bow in 2017. She is a member of the photography faculty at Parsons The New School for Design, The Pratt Institute, and the International Center of Photography.