Sarah's 'Moving' Pictures

“For the great doesn’t happen through impulse alone, and is a succession of little things that are brought together.” ~Vincent Van Gogh

Here you will find exhibitions I have contributed to. Each one was a tremendous learning experience.


Exhibition Posters I produced for the Museum on Tower Hill.  Click to scroll through.


In November of 2015, I filmed and edited a video for artists Tyler Durbano and Sean George for their art installation Man Cave. The video was shown on a refurbished television.



The Season is an exhibition I and ten of my peers collectively designed and installed at the Georgian College Campus Gallery in the winter of 2014. It was an open call to local artists looking for artworks inspired by the "season" whichever way they wished to interpret it. On opening night, the gallery was packed. It was an amazing experience.



Re-Imagined Landscapes was an 2015 spring exhibition at the Barrie Courthouse in Ontario featuring artist Christina Luck. The show was designed and installed by myself and ten of my fellow Museum and Gallery Studies classmates. We selected Luck as our artist because we felt her artwork would create warmth and comfort in an otherwise unwelcoming space. This area of the courthouse was for family court and because there were so many children who have to be in the waiting room, we also created a colouring page and provided crayons. I was part of the team who selected and framed the artwork and I also visited Luck at her studio for an interview.

This is the intro panel for the Re-Imagined Landscapes exhibition. I used the interview with Luck to write the text and my classmate Alexandria Nelson was the graphic designer.


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This is an online exhibition I made for my Exhibition Design course in the Museum and Gallery Studies programme. Although it was an assignment, I feel it demonstrates some of my abilities.

Powered by Squarespace. The Season exhibition photos are by Paulina Kulacz. Re-Imagined Landscapes exhibition photos are by Natasha Wiatr. Background image: Sarah Caldwell, 2010.