Marnie is a socially-engaged artist and cultural researcher in both Canada and Australia. Her creative projects explore issues of representation and stigma in community contexts. She recently completed a PhD in creative arts and cultural policy at the Centre for Cultural Partnerships, University of Melbourne, Australia and now works as a research fellow exploring issues of aesthetics/engagement/evaluation in community-based arts. She is currently developing a project using guerrilla art projections to draw attention to housing issues.
Please come and meet Marnie to find out more about her work, and to let her know about community-based projects
that you are involved in.
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