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Sara McKarney

Sara McKarney’s practice explores ideas of place, focusing on how memories and personal objects relate to the concept of home. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and found-space locations across Canada and internationally. She received a Fine Arts Diploma from MacEwan University, a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Lethbridge and completed a Preparatorial Work Study through Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Currently she holds the position of Exhibitions Coordinator at the Art Gallery of Alberta. She is also the Advocacy Director for Visual Arts Alberta-CARFAC and co-hosts their podcast Draw More Income. Images of her work can be found at

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