Sarah MK Moody
Sarah MK Moody
Sarah MK Moody (b. Chicago, 1988) is a multi-disciplinary artist, curator, doula, healing arts guide, space builder and creator, community justice advocate and feminist based in Erie, Penn by way of Miami, Fla, and New York City. Her work is rooted in bringing people together through the arts and healing modalities. She is passionate about creating and building spaces that act as allies to the underrepresented, underserved, and those without voice, as a means to heal and empower all to rise up to their greatest purpose with joy, and sanctuary.
Sarah began her creative pursuits as a child constantly working in painting, drawing, clay sculpture, and photography by age ten. Her passions of bringing people together, and teaching in creative methodology started in high school, and curatorial arts while at Parsons School of Design in NYC.
She founded Maggie Knox, a gallery, incubator and collaborative space in Miami in 2014, focused on creating brave, safe spaces for women. Maggie Knox had over a dozen artists in residence and exhibitions during its tenure in Little Haiti from 2014-2017, as well as co-created and produced a five day festival, and over 100 events with IIIPoints.
Since 2017, Sarah has moved to Erie to become a mother, and share her talents in her mother’s hometown. She has produced and curated several exhibitions, helped build two businesses from the ground up, and has expanded her studio and healing practices.