2018 Hunter College, New York, NY, Master of Fine Arts
2012 Ontario College of Art and Design University, Toronto, BFA

Selected Honors

2023 Canada Council for the Arts, Concept to Realization Grant
2023 Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
2022 Toronto Art Council, Visual Artist Grant
2022 Ontario Art Council, Visual Artist Creation Project Grant
2022 Canada Council for the Arts, Concept to Realization Grant
2021 Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
2021 Remote Research Residency, Access Gallery + Arts Assembly
2020/2021 Ontario Art Council, Visual Artist Creation Project Grant
2019-2021 Cottage Studio Artist in Residence, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Ontario
2018/2019 Queer Art Mentorship Program, Fellow, NYC
2018 Kossak Travel Grant Recipient (funded art-related travel to Hiroshima, Tokyo, and Kyoto)
2013 Vermont Studio Centre Artist Residency

Selected Exhibitions + Projects

2024 (upcoming)
Fall 2024 solo exhibition with Neutral Ground Artist Run Centre, Regina SK

Oil of Milk, group exhibition at Vox Populi, Philadelphia, curated by Nirvana Santos-Kuilan, July 7-Aug 6
Toxic Bodies, Forest City Gallery, Solo Exhibition, London, Ontario, May 2023
Bioremediation Garden with Zoe Hayes, Artist Coordinator/Facilitator, supported through a Hamilton Placemaking Grant and the Ontario Arts Council

“Pain?” What is that? “Pleasure?” What is that?
Khyber Centre for the Arts, solo exhibition, March 2022, Halifax

Antigonight After Dark Festival, Antigonish, Nova Scotia,
Plant Grafting, Asexual Propagation, Sci-Fi, and our Bodies: a Live Skillshare and Presentation,
workshop presented September 20, 2021

Articule Gallery, The Sisters’ Fart Corner, solo exhibition, Montreal
Queer Art Mentorship, The LGBT Community Center, New York, NY, group exhibition
Hunter East Harlem Gallery, New York, NY, group exhibition
POP Montreal, group exhibition, Rialto Theatre, Montreal
Topping, two person exhibition with Jason Rondinelli, Thomas Hunter Project Space, New York, NY
Every Woman Biennial: I Wanna Dance With Somebody, La Mama Gallery and 222 Bowery
(group exhibition), New York, NY
Bawdy Talk, solo exhibition, Hercules, New York, NY
Let Us Be Gay, screening/performance event, hosted by Underdonk and Hyperlight, New York, NY
Infatuated with Flatulence, solo exhibition at SPRING/BREAK, curated by GALLERYGALLERYGALLERY and Queenie Wong, New York, NY

Hunter MFA Spring 2018 Thesis Show, Hunter College, New York, NY
Art Bangall, June 2-16, 2018, group show curated by Amanda Brown and Stephanie Del Carpio, Bangall, NY

Prepping For Surgery, performance, 80WSE Gallery, performances organized by Lyle Ashton Harris, Malik Gaines, Alex Segade, New York, NY

Tornadoes, solo show, NO FOUNDATION gallery, curated by Katharine Mulherin, Toronto

Get Noticed, Group Show, Red Head Gallery, Curated by Erin Stump and Powell MacDougall, Toronto
Biennial Juried Exhibition, Group Show, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, ON

That’s So Gay: Say It To My Face, group show, The Gladstone, Toronto
The Sex Appeals, performances, Art Gallery of Ontario, Feminist Art Gallery, The Tranzac Club, Toronto

Press and Publications

Sarah Mihara Creagen at Forest City Gallery, Akimblog, London, ON, May 2023, review by Kim Neudorf

Cripsters, Akimblog, June 2022, Queer Transformations through Botany and Illness, Sarah Mihara Creagen

Visual Arts News, Sarah Mihara Creagen’s Body Work, artist profile by Penelope Smart, Summer 2020

Hyperallergic, review by Hakim Bishara of group exhibition The Extraordinary,
at Hunter East Harlem Gallery, February 20, 2020

The New York Times, What to See in New York Art Galleries Right Now,
group exhibition at Hunter East Harlem Gallery, January 29, 2020

Femme Art Review, review by Penelope Smart, December 2019

The Coast, feature in Summer Pride issue, 2019

Art511Mag, review by Staver Klitgaard, Summer 2019

Shameless Magazine Blog, review by Elisha Lim, Spring 2019

Slow Youth, Minor Place 5, interview and studio visit with Anthony Cudahy, Spring 2019

Ginger, Issue 14, feature, Fall 2018

HYPERALLERGIC: Laughter and Tears in Hunter College’s MFA Thesis Show, 
review by Zachary Small, May 25, 2018