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October 2017: Sarah is collaborating with Moment Factory, the Banff Centre and Parks Canada to present the work Illuminations: Human/Nature  in Banff National Park and Rouge Urban National Park.
 
August 2017: Sarah is presenting her thesis exhibition  And perhaps in me someone very old still hears the living sound of wood at the Ottawa Art Gallery Annex Space, Vernissage August 24, 2017, 5:30pm-7:30pm. www.ottawaartgallery.ca/exhibitions/2017/6/12/and-perhaps-in-me-someone-very-old-still-hears-the-living-sound-of-wood-sarah-fuller
 
May 2017: Sarah is participating in the You Are Hereworkshop presented by Level 2: Lichen Lab, Lethbridge, AB. www.lichenlab.ca/residency
 
February 2017: Sarah’s work Camouflage (Hulinhjálmsteinn) is reviewed in Akimbo by Sarah Todd: www.akimbo.ca/akimblog/index.php?id=1228
 
August 2016: Sarah is leading an Anthotype Workshop as well as showing new work titled Time Machine  at Coutts Centre as part of The Prairie Sun Project. www.uleth.ca/artgallery/?tag=the-prairie-sun-camera-obscura-project
 
June 2016: Sarah is travelling to Iceland to create new work supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, The Louise Perry Memorial Scholarship and The University of Ottawa Faculty of Arts Travel Fund.
 
November 2015: See Attached, a collaborative exhibition with artist Dianne Bos opens at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery. www.uleth.ca/artgallery/?tag=see-attached
 
September 2015: Sarah is pursuing graduate studies at the University of Ottawa, expected graduation August 2017. www.ottawamfa.com
 
May 30, 2015: Sarah is presenting an artist talk alongside Sydney-based artists Jaki Middleton and David Lawrey for MCA Sydney’s program Across Oceans: Artists in Conversation. www.mca.com.au/events/artists-conversation-across-oceans
 
April 2015: Sarah is travelling to Australia for a three-month research and creation residency supported by the Canada Council for the Arts.
 
     
 
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