Sarah Beth Wilson
Sarah Beth Wilson
Curator of Exhibitions and Collections
Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET)
Sarah Beth Wilson joined the Art Museum of Southeast Texas in October 2014. Prior to this position, she worked at various art galleries in Houston, Texas, and taught art history with Lone Star Community College. She received her Bachelor of Arts in both art history and museum studies from Baylor University, Waco (2006), and attended Texas Christian University, Fort Worth (2009), for graduate school where she was awarded a full fellowship, travel grants and graduated with her Masters of Arts in art history. Wilson brings a wealth of art knowledge to AMSET, including curatorial, installation and research experience. She has given numerous lectures at art galleries and institutions, including speaking to art department students at Baylor University about her career in the art world, and most recently presented at the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art Annual Symposium (Dallas, 2016) and the McFaddin-Ward House Historic House Museum Lecture Series (Beaumont, 2016). Wilson is also published and wrote the appendix including artist biographies for Dr. Katie R. Robinson’s recent book entitled Mid-Century Modern Art in Texas (published by UT Press, 2014), as well as articles and essays in her curatorial position at AMSET. She currently serves as board chair for the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art (CASETA), on the programs committee of the Texas Association of Museums (TAM), and is a member of the 2017 Leadership Southeast Texas class. As Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at AMSET, Wilson envisions, plans, researches and oversees museum exhibitions from their inception, manages the museum’s collection and curatorial staff, and performs numerous other curatorial duties.