Sarah Hearne is an architectural historian, educator, and curator. She is currently an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Denver, where she is developing exhibitions programming for the College of Architecture and Planning. Her background includes training as an architect in Australia and several years practicing in offices including Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Copenhagen and Paris. She received her PhD in Architectural History at UCLA in 2020 with her dissertation “Other Things Visible on Paper: Architectural Writing and Imaging Craftsmanship 1960-87.” Her independent work includes an exhibition and symposium on information management and display in contemporary architectural research, titled Fieldwork (2015) at the University of Technology Gallery in Sydney. More recently she was a co-curator on Schindler House: 100 Years in the Making (MAK Center for Art and Architecture, 2022), and Assistant Curator on Architecture Itself and Other Myths of Postmodernism (Canadian Centre for Architecture, 2018), and collaborated on the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial with Johnston Marklee for which she co-edited the corresponding catalog, Make New History, published by Lars Müller. She is currently working as a guest curator for an exhibition titled Print Ready Drawings that is funded by the Getty Foundation’s Paper Project and the Graham Foundation and will open at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture in 2023.