Halcyon House confirms its cult-cool status and a hotspot of taste and talent with the announcement that LA-based Australian photographic artist George Byrne will showcase his Colour Field exhibition at the hotel from Friday May 19th to Sunday May 21st for their first weekend event… Read More »HALCYON HOUSE PRESENTS GEORGE BYRNE’S COLOUR FIELD EXHIBITION
Arts / Culture
“Jay’s works are all evocative of an Aussie rogue spirit…chaos and symmetry…coloured with the brilliance of the landscape…louche and sweet.” Zika Vuletic Jay Manby’s work is driven by process. He is opportunistic, recycling and making use of incidental elements that push a work towards revealing… Read More »Jay Manby’s Instinct – Lone Goat Gallery.
Byron Bay is abuzz with the whispers of POPPED – the exciting new arts project and laneway activation event coming to Surf Alley on Friday 19 & Saturday 20 May. Commencing 12 May, a team of Byron Bay’s most talented street artists will transform ‘Surf… Read More »18 days until Byron gets Popped
Pictured: Elias Anton as Danny Kelly in the top rating Australian mini series Barracuda. Two episodes of this television drama were written by Mullumbimby based script writer Belinda Chayko. (source Screen Australia) With the number of television dramas in production in Australia being at an… Read More »SCREENWORKS IS PREPARING REGIONAL WRITERS FOR INCREASED OPPORTUNITIES IN TV SCRIPT WRITING
With his upcoming appearance in Byron Bay, Emily Brugman takes a closer look at the musings behind A.C. Grayling’s latest book The Age of Genius. A.C. Grayling is the Master of the New College of the Humanities, London, a Professor of Philosophy and the author… Read More »Why do we think the way we do? A.C. Grayling and the birth of the modern mind – Thursday 30th March
By Caitlin Weatherstone The iconic Surf Art Market returned to the Bay with a bang as part of the much-loved Byron Bay Surf Festival’s epic weekend line-up. On the morning of Saturday 25th February, the sun touched the most easterly point of Australia and… Read More »The Buzz of Byron Bay Surf Festival’s Surf Art Market
A rich tale of a young indigenous scientist’s struggle for truth between science and tradition as he enters an industry that many feel is threatening his homeland. His complex journey through the inner workings of GMO chemical companies and traditional Hawaiian elders reveals… Read More »AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE OF CYRUS SUTTON’S ISLAND EARTH ANNOUNCED!
I have a long history of being a gold medal people pleaser. I’m getting better at it, but for many long years I basically said yes to every favour, every request and every invitation. I did this, sometimes happily, occasionally under duress until I… Read More »HOW TO STOP SAYING YES WHEN YOU REALLY MEAN NO…
LISMORE LAUGHS Friday 10 March & Sat 11 March An annual comedy festival featuring the some of nation’s most loved and cutting edge comedians, Lismore Laughs presents Tom Gleeson (Friday 10 March, 7:30pm), Andy Saunders (Sat 11 March, 7:30pm) and Frank Woodley’s show for kids (Sat… Read More »LISMORE LAUGHS – Norpa
Craig Parry launches gallery, reveals limited edition image of Migaloo the Whale If you’ve been away for the holidays, local residents of Byron Bay will be coming home to a nice surprise: the brand new Craig Parry Photography Gallery in Fletcher Street, which celebrated an… Read More »The eye of the adventurer