Exhibitions and Major Works

Sarah Barker with members of Kinchela Boys Home (KBH) Aboriginal Corporation and their supporters, Kempsey, NSW.  Photo: Larissa Minniecon 

Sarah Barker with members of Kinchela Boys Home (KBH) Aboriginal Corporation and their supporters, Kempsey, NSW.  Photo: Larissa Minniecon 

 

    June 2017

    March 2017

    • Finalist - CLIP Award for Landscape Photography

    2002 - 2017

    April/May 2016

    November 2015

    May 2015

    October 2014

    July 2014

    June 2014

    • Group exhibition "Tap Turns 25"
      Tap Gallery, Darlinghurst

    May 2014

    April/May 2014

    Feb 2014    

    • Group exhibition - “Legacies of Policies” 
      Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation (KBHAC) portrait project
      Governor Macquarie Tower, Sydney

    Nov 2013    

    • Finalist - "This is Democracy" photo competition
      The Institute for Democracy and Human Rights (IDHR), University of Sydney

    Oct 2013    

    May 2013    

    Jun-Aug 2012  

    • Group exhibition - StoryLines 2012 Festival
      Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation (KBHAC) portrait project
      University of NSW and Bondi Pavillion 

    May - June 2011    

    2011        

    Nov 2010    

    2008       

    • Commissioned work - "Keeping our Families Together & Strong"
      Bangala Aboriginal Health Unit of Sydney South West Area Health Service        

    2007        

    2006        

    2001        

    • Group exhibition - ‘Mudi Dungarra Mudang’ (Youth Dance of Life)  
      Photographic work commissioned by Central Sydney Area Health Service
      Walkabout Gallery, Leichhardt

    2000        

    • Group exhibition - “GYS” Glebe Youth Service 

    1999        

    • Runner-up - Sydney Morning Herald ‘Jeffrey Smart’ photography competition

    1995        

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    © Sarah Barker

    © Sarah Barker

    Professional experience and studies

    1993 – 1996    Studied for BA Communications, UTS, Sydney
    (2 High Distinctions in Photography - teacher Jon Lewis)

    1978 – 1981    Darkroom technician and photographer’s assistant
    Philip Weir Photography, North Sydney