• "Making Visible the Invisible: African (Siddi) Women in India"

    Dr. Khan spent the past year, as a Senior Research Fulbright-Nehru Scholar, traveling India to document the story of women farmers. She spent time among the Siddi quilt makers to bear witness to their migrant labor and farm work stories. The Siddis face unique exclusion similar to the Adivasis (indigenous Indians), Dalits (untouchables), Muslims and other lower caste Indians. Come hear, watch, and see their stories, in their own words.
    Philadelphia, PA, 6 Nov 2015 African American Museum in Philadelphia

  • The Halki Summit II

    Invited participant to the The Halki Summit II. A gathering of activists, scientists, journalists, business leaders, theologians, and academics engaging and working across intellectual boundaries to bring the global environmental discussion to a new and richer place. At the heart of that discussion is the belief that no effort can be successful without a fundamental change in values as manifested in ethics, spirituality, and religion. Heybeliada, Turkey,8-10 Jun, 2015

  • “Indian Women Farmers’ Stories in a Changing, Challenging, and Globalized Environment”

    Researching Indian Women Farmers’ Stories in a Changing, Challenging, and Globalized Environment, and using multimedia storytelling tools to relay the experiences of diverse farmers and vendors across the country.
    Hyderabad, India, 2014-15 Nehru-Fulbright Scholars Fellowship in India, Sep 2014 - Jul 2015

  • "West African Immigrants: Foods and Ways that Crossed the Atlantic"

    Guest lecturer for Immigrant Foodways in the City for Professor Aswini Pai of St Lawrence University
    The French Institute, NY, NY, 21 Mar 2014

  • "Multimedia portfolio on West African Hands Create Cultivate and Cook"

    Sarah K. Khan & Fusebox Oakland come together to mingle and share her recent work. Details about reservations to follow, save the date for a multimedia, multisensory event! Limited to 25 people. More info click here: Eventbrite
    *Fusebox, Oakland, CA, 5:30-7PM, 4th Feb, 2014

  • “African American Women Farmers of SAAFON”

    For Carolyn Finney, Ph.D., Lecture in her “Race, Identity and Environment Class,” Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, UC Berkeley, CA 3 Feb, 2014

  • Future Soul Think Tank

    Convening of activists, artists, educators at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA 31 Jan 2014

  • “Environmental Leadership in the 21st Century”

    Panel Discussion for 5-College Inter-term Students, Smith College, Northampton MA. 8 Jan, 2014

  • Dynamic conversations and consulting with staff, trustees, and students

    The Conway School: Graduate Program in Sustainable Landscape Planning and Design, Conway MA. 7 Jan 2014

  • ”The Sense of Taste Touch Smell in the Arts“

    For FauHaus: Bodies, Minds, Senses, and the Arts, as part of the Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program of the Arts Institute, UW-Madison, Madison, WI. 9 -10 Apr 2013

  • "A Return to Food, Culture, Arts, and My Senses"

    For Professor Nina Antonetti's Activism By Design Class, Smith College, Northampton MA. *11 Oct 2012

  • “Good Eats: An Exhibit About Food" Kalamazoo Book Arts Center, Kalamazoo MI*

    Good Eats: An Exhibition about Food. April 1-29, 2011
    The Kalamazoo Book Arts Center presents a juried exhibition sponsored by Kalamazoo People's Food Coop. The exhibition will feature two-dimensional works of art—fine prints, paintings, and collages—that incorporate food in their subject. This is one of our largest events and typically draws up to 500 people guaranteeing an excellent audience for the “Good Eats” opening.

  • “Day of the Dead –- Ofrendas”

    Invited Art Exhibition, Latino Arts, Inc., Milwaukee WI, Oct 23-Nov 20, 2009.

  • “Friends of Dard Hunter”

    Juried Art Exhibition, Ozu Washi/Oji Paper Museum, Tokyo, Japan, Aug 31–Sept 5, 2009.

  • “Handmade Paper and Artists Books: Picture and Pages”

    Ice House Gallery, Berkeley Springs, WV. Juried and curated by Jane Pingleton, Apr 3-30, 2009.