Sallie Scheufler (she/they) is a multidisciplinary artist, activist, and educator. Scheufler uses personal history as artistic fodder in the context of intersectional feminism through performance, video, photography, and sculpture. They examine and unveil the power structures present in different forms of verbal, written, and non-verbal communication. Scheufler has exhibited their work at the Amarillo Museum of Art, Northlight Gallery in Phoenix, AZ, the University of New Mexico Art Museum, Wo/Manhouse 2022 in Belen, NM, and during Miami Art Week at Fair Play, among others. Scheufler is the recipient of the Beaumont Newhall Fellowship and the Robert Heinecken scholarship. In 2018, they received their MFA in studio art from the University of New Mexico. They currently reside in Tiwa Territory in so-called Albuquerque, NM with their spotted dog and partner.