Kei Murakami graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Creative Arts and then a Masters of Social Work, and has since been on an ongoing quest to marry the two disciplines. She is currently working as a social worker. Kei is also completing her Masters in Therapeutic Arts Practice at the MIECAT Institute. Past works include: Lighting design for Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange (Four-Letter-Word Theatre), The Apartment (Four-Walls-Under-A-Roof Theatre), Closer (Four-Letter-Word Theatre), Phaedra’s Love (Four-Letter-Word Theatre); Performer in Clock-It (Big West Festival), One (New Work Collective, The Fringe Festival).
WORK WITH METRO ARTS //
2016 Performance / Sedih // Sunno, 2-6 August 2016 – co-presented by Metro Arts, Next Wave, and Rani P Collaborations; Performer & Creative Collaborator, Arts Therapy Researcher & Lighting Designer