Imagine Me Coffs Harbour Project
The Imagine Me project is an innovative creative awareness-raising project for people who are living with a spinal cord injury.
The Imagine Me pilot project was a collaboration between lead artist Sue Murray and a group of 3 individuals living with spinal cord injury in Coffs Harbour.
This project took place at the Premises of Spinal Cord Injury Australia for 4 weeks in October 2014
This project was Funded by
Testimonial Antonia 2014
This exhibition was fantastic – the stories along with the images are so moving, the intimacy revealed has really opened my eyes to the unspoken side of the disabilities and how brave all the people are for doing this. I loved the openness and honesty of the images. Thankyou for this.
Testimonial Di 2014
I even learnt a lot about SCI – I wasn’t aware that temperature control was an issue related to SCI. I have always had a problem but assumed it was just my problem.
Testimonial Sally 2014
It is so important for everyone to be validated. Every person has something of value no matter how small or seemingly insignificant to give to the world. A smile or a wink a handshake etc. art can be a great way of expressing oneself also. To give a visual voice in a beautiful poignant way for everyone to enjoy.