After the success of the Postcards from the Fire Photographic exhibition at the Gallery in Mogo, Creative Arts Batemans Bay Incorporated has relocated the exhibition to the Village Centre Batemans Bay, opposite Kmart, thanks to the support of the Centre Management. The Postcards from the Fire photographic exhibition will run until the 9 December 2020 Venue Village Centre, Batemans Bay, opposite Kmart Dates until the 9 December 2020 Opening 10.00am to 4.00pm Tuesday to Sunday Robert Creed, President of Creative Arts Batemans Bay Incorporated told The Beagle "To date over 750 catalogues of the exhibited photographs have been sold and we are just keeping up with the demand. This is not the end, we are still asking you to share "your South Coast bushfire experience” through your photographs and stories. Your memories of this tragedy, that unfolded over the course of our spring/summer months, are important to the overall picture of this landmark community exhibition. "By sharing your personal experiences through your photographs and stories, you are playing a significant role in helping us all understand the effects, large and small, on our community as a whole. "You, can share your experiences during the fire with the community, by uploading your photographs and stories directly from your phone or computer to our website. Postcards from the Fire Platforms Website: www.postcardsfromthefire.com E firstname.lastname@example.org FB http://www.facebook.com/pg/postcardsfromthefire/about INST https://www.instagram.com @postcardsfromthefire/ Robert said "Traditionally, storytelling is a very powerful healing tool as a means to understand where we were then and now, and provide a path forward towards healing and recovery. To preserve your story for the future, CABBI is also proposing to conduct a more expansive South Coast bushfire oral history project following the exhibition. We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition and hearing your experiences. We also hope you will add your name to our list of interviewees for the oral history project."