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Big Art, Small Halls - Beatrice Imbert

Why stories matter

Storytelling workshop – Loch Artspace

Gratitude wheel

Workshop Dates

Sunday August 1 and 8: 10.00am - 1.00pm.

Tuesday August 3 and 10: 10.00am - 1.00pm.

What to Expect

Join Beatrice on a sensory storytelling adventure to unearth the stories we each carry. During the month of June, you will be exploring the ancient art of letter writing, creating a gratitude wheel, exploring intuitive poetry both in the written and spoken format whilst listening to music and foraging through some of nature's discarded beauty. Together we will create a canvas to share 'Why stories matter' for an upcoming exhibition in July.

The workshops are held each Tuesday and Sunday in the month of June and will include light refreshments.

Bookings are essential as numbers are limited up to 12 participants per workshop.

How to Register

To book your spot and for all enquiries, please call Beatrice on 0408 566 071 or email bi@beatriceimbert.com

You can also contact Mary Sullivan, Arts Development Officer at South Gippsland Shire Council on mary.sullivan@southgippsland.vic.gov.au or call 5662 9200.

Beatrice Imbert

Artist - Beatrice Imbert

A published author, writer, photographer and artist, Beatrice Imbert sees herself more as a creative storyteller.

In 2012, she published her first book, 'The Secret Diaries of Inspirational Women', showcasing a number of amazing women such as Maggie Beer, Gill Hicks AO, Moira Kelly, Layne Beachley, and many others. Since that time, Beatrice has run several creative writing workshops, in person and online, to support those who are passionate about getting their story out into the world.

Beatrice's passion is to forage nature for her art, mostly items that have been discarded, to create both permanent and temporary installations.

I find their imperfections perfect, like life
- Beatrice Imbert