Sarah Hasse is a working-class artist concerned with issues of labor, consumption, and gender. Her current work is focused on the practice of quilt-making as a vehicle to consider issues of textile manufacturing/use/waste, the gendered and economic implications of work and leisure, the mark of the maker, and the colors and patterns of everyday life.

Sarah holds degrees from Knox College, Maryland Institute College of Art, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She lives and works in Chicago.