Sabrina Calleja Jackson (b. 1988) is a Maltese artist and curator. She obtained a Masters Degree in Fine Art, Site and Archiving Intervention from the University of Central Lancashire in 2012 and a B.A. (Hons) at the MCAST Institute for Creative Arts in 2011.
Calleja Jackson’s work allows her to constantly discover new places. Working with space and time, she explores memory and the impact it leaves on the now. These results, depicted through drawing, oil paint, print and installation art, although not necessarily final, play an important part in her constant research.
Calleja Jackson has collaborated in a number of projects, one of which was X242 - The Xarolla Windmill Project in Żurrieq, an open studio and exhibition space where she participated in exhibitions such as A Junction, Assimilated Spaces, Xifer, Ambivalence and Titlaq/Tasal. Other projects include a solo exhibition in Preston, UK titled Situating Myself, as well as a number of other collaborations with various media artists such as Absolute Vodka during Malta Design Week and 10 Collaborative Exhibition. She currently works as a Programme Coordinator at Spazju Kreattiv, St James Cavalier.