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About Sue Murray.

Sue Murray is a professional photographer and artist based in Sydney, NSW.

Sue lectured in photography for over 10 years at University and TAFE before leaving to develop a unique program of accessible photography for people with spinal cord injury.  In 1990 Sue graduated from COFA, UNI NSW with a Master of Art, with a major in digital imaging. 2018 Sue will graduate from National Art School with a Bachelor of Fine Art with a major in painting.  Sue has been exhibiting since the mid 1990’s in both group and solo exhibitions as well as undertaking commissioned projects including National Museum, Canberra as well as Liverpool and Bankstown Hospitals. Throughout her career Sue has been commissioned by numerous public organisations to develop creative projects with a diversity of community groups. 

 “Bordered Lives” a photographic project with young people living in temporary accommodation was exhibited in Bus Shelters in Sydney CBD and at The Australian Museum, Sydney. The main objective of Bordered Lives was to encourage teenagers to reengage with the education system through an arts practice and to communicate issues around homelessness to a broad audience from the perspective of the homeless youth. BORDERED LIVES channel 9 news and ABC Radio.

Sue developed Imagine Me with funding from a Delineate grant, Accessible Arts in partnership with Don’t DIS My ABILITY Campaign sponsored by NSW Government, FACS. Imagine Me is a series of creative skill-building photography and digital-imaging workshops where participants create self-portrait artworks using professional photographic equipment, adapted for people with spinal cord injury. 

In 2014 Sue partnered with Royal Rehab and the Recreational Therapy Department to deliver the Imagine Me workshops to people living with acquired brain injury in addition to people living with spinal cord injury. Since the initial grant for a pilot project in 2013, Sue has been awarded numerous grants from peak Arts bodies such as Arts NSW and Australia Council for the Arts.

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