Board & Staff - Sarah Cho

Sarah Cho

Assistant Curator

A smiling Korean American woman with short hair, Sarah Cho, stands in the Queens Museum. She wears a black dress patterned with white triangles.

Sarah Cho, Assistant Curator, joined the Queens Museum in July 2022. She supports the Museum’s exhibitions and public programs in collaboration with creatives and community partners. Prior to the Queens Museum, she was the Curatorial Assistant of American Painting & Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Baltimore Museum of Art where she co-curated Beatrice Glow: Once the Smoke Clears (2022) and contributed to the research, writing, development, and administration of Oletha DeVane: Traces of the Spirit (2019); By Their Creative Force: American Women Modernists (2019); Free Form: 20th Century Studio Craft (2019); Katharina Grosse: Is It You? (2020); She Knew Where She Was Going: Gee’s Bend Quilts and Civil Rights (2021); Guarding the Art (2022); and the American Modernism collection reinstallation (2022). At the BMA, she also supported the research and presentation of over 160 acquisitions for the permanent collection. She has also held internships at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, New York Artist Equity Association, and Children’s Museum of Art. Originally from Queens, she received her BA in Art & Archaeology at Princeton University.