Robyn is recently retired from the Department of Education.
Robyn has worked as a manager in community education for over 30 years & has seen first-hand the enormous value of inclusive and diverse program delivery. She has a Grad Dip in Community Services Administration and Marketing. She has been a keen member and former committee member of BAG. Robyn enjoys both painting and ceramics.
Laura has worked in the visual arts for the past 20 years in the UK, France and Australia.
Laura was the Paris Archive Director at the renowned Magnum Photo Agency, studio manager for French photographer Marc Riboud and photo editor John G. Morris, she managed the 2010 FotoFreo Photo Festival in Fremantle, and was the Program Coordinator for the City of Melbourne’s Creative Spaces initiative. Currently Laura works as an independent curator and arts manager.
Tracy is a newly retired speech pathologist, specialising in rehabilitation following acquired brain injury. She developed her practice Access Speech Pathology over 25 years, as well as working in a number of public health settings.
She is enjoying learning new skills in both ceramics and painting and is loving the welcoming and interesting community at the Beaumaris Art Group.
Cheryl has worked in Broadcasting as a Sound Engineer and Producer for 40 years, 25 of those with ABCTV. She has studied AV Technology, Media, Music and Architecture.
She has been a past BAG Committee Member and for the past few years, has convened 2D Open Studio sessions at BAG. She regularly exhibits her paintings.
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Cate is the Managing Director of My Architect, based in Bayside. Cate studied Visual Arts (Hons) at university, working as an advertising and branding copywriter for leading design firms for two decades in Melbourne and London.
She grew up surrounded by art-making, thanks to her mother’s career as a ceramics, painting and drawing teacher at secondary level. She began ceramics classes at BAG in 2018 and is keen to continue.