Friday, April 27, 2012
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Empire Ave's latest High Five is with photographer Jimmicane, his photo of Baja, Mexico above. For the interview with Jimmy & to see his top 5 photos go here.
Korduroy.tv have a new photo contest on the go... send them a photo of your stick stack and the best photo each week gets a prize. Of course, inducing massive quiver envy is the big prize! Go here for details.
The first week's entries are in! Some good ones in the mix... check em out here.
|Good mate Jeff Raglus is showing his bold & beautiful paintings at the Art Park Gallery in Byron Bay from May 11. You get to listen to Jeff too as he and the fabulous Vicki play their way up the East Coast in freak folk band Victorian Gaye. Tour dates below:|
Sat - 5th The 3 Pairs at The Hepburn Springs Palais. 8.30 pm.
- East Coast Tour -
Fri 11th - Exhibition of new small paintings at ART PARK . Byron Bay.
Sun 13th - The She Oak Shack . Fingal Head. 4pm
Mon 14th - The Cavern. Nobby Beach. Gold Coast.
Tues 15th - The Bug. New Farm Bowling Club. 969 Brunswick st. 9pm.
Wed 16th - Brisbane Market. Sherwood Rd. Rocklea. 4pm till 7pm
Fri 18th - Mullumbimby Bowlo. Vitamin Records mini showcase . 8pm. $10.
Mon 21st - The Buddah Bar. Byron Bay 6pm till 9pm.
Tues 22nd - The Palmy Cafe. 1089 Gold Coast Hwy Palm Beach. 8.30pm.
Sat 26th - 5 Church St. Bellingen. 7.30pm
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Monday, April 16, 2012
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
... Friday the 13th... lucky for some! Lucky for you if you're Newtown, Victoria this Friday. Head to the Boom Gallery for art, a sausage sizzle and live music... perfect combo really.
A great line up of artists take part in "Inspired by the Sea" with all proceeds going to SurfAid.
Part sponsors of the show are the good folks behind Sea Stoke, a new online magazine launching soon. Head over to the website to subscribe or get more info, but in the meantime...
What is Seastoke?
Sea Stoke is a new online publication that pays homage to the sea by exploring its relationship with humans. It is a collective of stories, interviews, art, music and film that all tie in with the magazine's overall motif of people connecting with the ocean, whether it be through surfing, sailing, fishing or by simply appreciating its existence. Sea Stoke values diversity and believes that regardless of one’s birthplace, background or beliefs, the ocean belongs to everyone and understanding the different significance it holds for each individual is what drives the publication.