Sierra King (she/her) is an Atlanta based Artist, Photographer and Archivist. Her creative and arts administration work is dedicated to documenting, preserving and archiving the work of Black Women Artists. 
She holds a Bachelor's of Arts Degree in Art from Valdosta State University. She is the founder of Build Your Archive, a memory work lab where Black Women Artists build their archives in real time. In 2022, she was an Arts & Social Justice Fellow at Emory University in collaboration with Dr. Paul Bhasin, Director of the Symphony Orchestra. Currently she is a Sweet Auburn Artist-In-Residence at Remerge Atlanta and Social Justice for Archivist Scholar Graduate Student at the University of Alabama.
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