Gregory Sale

Gregory Sale is an artist and Associate Professor of Public Practice at Arizona State University. His projects organize frameworks of engagement for individuals directly affected by the justice system, connecting them with communities and encouraging reciprocal dialogue and mutual learning. These projects include It’s not just black and white (2011) at ASU Art Museum and Future IDs at Alcatraz (2018-19) for the iconic prison-turned-national-park in San Francisco Bay. His work has received support from Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Creative Capital, A Blade of Grass, and Andy Warhol Foundation. He was awarded artist residencies at Yaddo, MacDowell, Headlands, and Montalvo. Previously he served as visual art director for a state arts commission, curator of education for a university art museum, and public art project manager for a city agency.