Sue Loveday is an illustrator and a visual art facilitator dedicated to creative play and community collaboration. She graduated from the Queensland College of Art where she studied a Bachelor of Arts in Illustration. She has also studied architecture and graphic design.

Sue loves the challenge of answering a brief with spirit, whether the comission is high end commercial or grass roots community. Over a long career Sue has made work for The Museum of Brisbane, The State Library of Queensland, Brisbane City Council, Gold Coast Bleach Festival, Brisbane Marketing and various private corporations.

The Shockwave Program in Central Western Queensland is a key project Sue contributed to over a period of 5 years, travelling out to remote regions to work with young people developing ‘Shockwave’ their creative arts festival. She continues to be a Flying Arts artist, travelling near and far to work within various communities, young, old and in between. Sue has also worked worldwide with young people and their communities on a project called ‘The Walking Neighbourhood” a curated walking performance.

Sue designs and delivers projects that can have a specific artistic outcome but always offer an experience in creative thinking and processes.