A NIGHT OF BIG LOVE WITH SCOTT STABILE
Date and Time
107 Redfern St, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
It’s easy to believe you can’t affect any real, lasting change, but you make an impact every single time you show up to life with a kind, open heart. Really, nothing stands to transform our world more than a commitment to live our lives from love.
Join author Scott Stabile for an evening designed to reconnect you with the transcendent power of love. Scott believes love serves as the base note for all that is good in our world, including kindness, compassion, forgiveness, vulnerability, and authenticity. He will read a selection from his memoir, Big Love: The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart, and lead discussion centered on how we can put love into action in our daily lives.
Bar Service will be available to ticketed guests.
Scott Stabile is a writer, speaker, and workshop wizard. His inspirational posts and videos have been shared tens of millions of times across social media. He is the author of Big Love: The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart, and Just Love. A passionate speaker and love advocate, Scott runs daylong empowerment workshops nationally and internationally.
About 107 Gallery:
107 Projects’ philosophy and mission is to improve communities by encouraging people to live creatively. We are committed to the advancement of culture. With a social enterprise ethos, we aim to transform how the arts, business and education engage across industries and with the wider community to create positive social change and connect emerging communities. 107 Projects is an Incorporated Association and a registered charity (DGR-1).
Sallianne has 30 years experience in event management and has lead major corporate and association events around the world. In the last 15 years, she has produced the leading creative experience in the USA and more recently in Australia. Under the banner of Eat Cake Create, She creates opportunities for both Australian and US artists to dip their toe into the water of becoming educators and now works with over 50 artistic Educators. She is also the Director of Development with the Women’s Community Shelters. In this new role she is responsible for developing and executing an annual fundraising plan with the goal of raising $3m annually. Sallianne is married to Neil who is a Structural Façade Engineer and has a daughter Rose who produces musicals and a son Max who is a fledging cartoonist and artist. They live in Sydney with Mary and Victoria their chickens.