The Imagine Me Project
The Imagine Me project is an innovative creative awareness-raising project for people who are living with a spinal cord injury.
Since 2013 Imagine Me workshops have been held in Abraham Mott Hall in The Rocks, Sydney; at the Royal Rehab in Ryde; at The Offices of SCIA in Wollongong; at the SCIA house in Coffs Harbour; and the RSL Club in Ballina NSW.
Imagine Me has been supported by
The Royal Rehab
Australia Council for the Arts
Family & Community Services
Slater & Gordon Community Fund
Great City Signs
The City of Sydney
Ballina RSL Club
Spinal Cord Injury Australia
Spinal Cord Injury Network
In the Imagine Me workshops we create innovative individual artworks using digital photography.
Comments from Exhibition audiences
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. —Antonia Moore
Congratulations to all that has been involved in the imagine me project. They are all so open and honest for a task that I imagine would be so hard. The messages contained within all of the artwork hit home and remind me of the obstacles people face everyday and also the freedoms that can also be experienced.
Thoroughly enjoyed reading and viewing all pieces. The individual stories definitely touch you. Thankyou for sharing – much appreciated. —Angie nero LWB