The Imagine Me Pilot 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 9 individuals living with spinal cord injury.
This project took place at the Abraham Mott Hall Millers Point, a City of Sydney community venue, for 5 weeks in Oct & Nov 2013
This project was Funded by
Testimonial Lyn & Kev Isaacs 2013
"A belated (formal) thank you from Paul and ourselves for including Paul in your initial Imagine Me project. The results for both Paul, and the group as a whole, were nothing less than outstanding.
Testimonial Greg 2013
As the Senior Policy and Advocacy Officer at Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA), and also having quadriplegia for many years...
Testimonial Brett 2013
My name is Brett and I suffered a spinal cord injury back in April of 2013, yes, not that long ago. After suffering this type of injury your world is tipped upside down and your hopes and dreams seem lost forever. Projects like the “Photography Workshop” are an extremely important part both the recovery process and the wellbeing of everyone involved.