Write2Right is co-facilitated by Bernice Stott.
Her vision is to encourage you to live more creatively by practicing an art: especially the art of writing. Through teaching The Artist’s Way she has seen the transformational affects for people when linking writing to their wellness.
Bernice is a visual artist and a writer. She is also a minister and teacher, with a wealth of experience in facilitating group work.
For her academic writing she was awarded the Durban Institute of Technology Research Day Prize in the Faculty of Arts in 2005. She won the Technikon Natal Research Day Prize in 2001.
A well-known visual artist she works in various mediums and has exhibited her work locally, nationally and internationally. She has qualifications in Drama, Fine Art and Theology and has taught at University, Tertiary and school level. Believing all people are creative, she is passionate about activating and supporting them to live out their cherished ideals.
Masters Degree in Technology Fine Arts. Durban University of Technology 2006.
Bachelors Degree in Technology Fine Arts (Cum Laude). Technikon Natal 2002.
National Diploma in Fine Arts (with distinction). Technikon Natal 2000.
Diploma in Theology (with distinction).Theological Education by Extension College 1997.
Honours Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Cum Laude). University of Natal 1981.
Bachelor of Arts. University of Natal 1980.