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Audi Murray

Audi Murray

Audie Murray is a multi-disciplinary artist that works with various materials including beadwork, quillwork, textiles, repurposed objects, drawing, performance, and video. She is Métis, raised in Regina, Saskatchewan, treaty 4 territory. Much of her family and family histories are located in the Qu’Appelle region of southern Saskatchewan and the Meadow Lake area which is located mid province Saskatchewan. Audie is currently learning and creating on the unceded territories of the Lkwungen peoples (Victoria, B.C.). Audie holds a visual arts diploma from Camosun College, 2016, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Regina, 2017. She has been a recipient of the William and Meredith Saunderson Prize through the Hnatyshyn Foundation, the Salt Spring National Arts Prize juror’s choice award, and the textile museum of Canada’s Emerging Artist Award.


  • Holding the Hands of Her Ancestors: Audi Murray disrupts time in her creations, Vol 7, No 2

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