Kel Mur grew up in New Jersey, graduated Cum Laude with a BA in Fine Art from Monmouth University in 2011, and received the Creativity in Studio Art Award for her senior honors thesis, Commodity. After her undergraduate studies, she relocated to New Orleans to develop her studio practice. Kel Mur has shown in many locations around the United States including: La Femme at the New Orleans Art Center curated by Don Marshall, New Orleans, LA; Women’s Work in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery, Moorehead, MN; Internal/External at the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, Cape Girardeau, MO; and WHY MOM at Commonwealth Gallery, Madison, WI. She also curates and collaborates with different chefs in her ongoing project Feast of the Feminine: A Performative Art Dinner. Kel Mur has had artwork published in BARED: Contemporary Poetry and Art on Bras and Breasts (La Femmes Folles, 2016) and HOOT Online Magazine (November 2013, Issue 25). She is a member of the Catalyst Collective of New Orleans, an art and social action initiative in New Orleans and frequently volunteers for Mama Maji, a New Orleans based non-profit that funds water projects and entrepreneurial training for women in Kenya. Kel Mur currently resides in Madison, WI and is an MFA candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, expected to graduate in the spring of 2020.