Sanaz Haghani is an Iranian visual artist holding MFA with distinction in Art from the University of Georgia and BFA in Graphic Design from Sooreh University in Shiraz, Iran. She is adjunct professor at the Rowan Cabarrus Community College. Before joining RCCC, she worked as adjunct professor at the department of Printmaking and book arts, University of Georgia, and instructor of record in foundation drawing at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Haghani also worked as a graphic designer for eight years in Iran where she taught graphic design and drawing courses. She has presented her work across the United States, i.e. the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, the Georgia Museum of Art, the Missoula Art Museum, and she has exhibited internationally in multiple solo, group, and competitive exhibitions. She has been one of the women artists in “Paper Routes – Women to Watch 2020” who was featured in “Voyage Atl,” “The Atlantan,” “Shutout Atlanta,” “The Hand Magazine,” “College Book Art Association,” “Mid-American Print Council Journal,” and “Burnaway” magazines.