Sabrina Calleja Jackson (b. 1988) is a Malta-based artist and curator. Her work delves into the collected memory by means of visual narratives, archived objects and dynamic processes of research. This sensitivity towards the future of memory stems from a deep understanding of nostalgia and the impact it leaves on time and space.
Calleja Jackson is an artist by profession and plays an avid role in the art and culture scene. Apart from having collaborated on a number of projects such as open studio and exhibition space X242 - The Xarolla Windmill Project in Żurrieq, Calleja Jackson also took part in a number of collective exhibitions and held her first solo show in the UK in 2012.
Calleja Jackson obtained a Masters Degree in Fine Art, Site and Archiving Intervention from the University of Central Lancashire in 2012 and a B.A. (Hons) in Fine Art at the MCAST Institute for the Creative Arts in 2011. She previously worked as a Programme Coordinator at Spazju Kreattiv, St James Cavalier and as a Coordinator Curatorial Support at MUŻA, The Malta National Community Art Museum. Her current role is that of an Audiovisual Archivist at The National Archives of Malta.