Ulladulla High School X Blanc Space X Lark Skate Co

During NAIDOC this year, we spent the week working alongside the legendary students of Ulladulla High to create their very own Lark Skate Co skateboards. The young artists worked with the theme 'Identity' to portray themselves on their deck. All boards were exhibited at Blanc Space Gallery for the community in celebration of Identity and Diversity.

Maya Kolega - Hello World

This series, HELLO WORLD, represents places that the mind visits when shifting from an unconscious to a conscious state. When waking from a dream, the mind attempts to reconstruct the unique journey it has just been on; creating a scene that depicts a vision way beyond what is viewed in real life. However, we are able to discover elements of familiarity at the same time. A dream, a vision or a creation within the mind often stems from reality, even when it appears so far from it.


PRESS

COMMON GROUND

Early this year we chatted to the good folk at Common Ground Byron Bay about all things Lark.

Common Ground have an emphasis on “Creative Community Content” based on inspirational short stories, photo’s, film and music that explore and highlight ‘s the passion of people living within our community.

Some of our favourite local creatives are involved or have been published on Common Ground so we were stoked when the guys got in touch with us and wanted to know what we are all about.

"Byron Bay’s Lark Skate Company is on a mission to empower the people one bespoke board at a time. Founded in the winter of 2014 by David Vasco, Meagan Hannan and Jessie Cowan, Lark’s signature style has quickly gained traction with skaters who value substance and style..."

You can read the article here: http://commongroundaustralia.com/byronbay/community/people-2/have-a-lark/

COMMUNITY

PROTECT BYRON

Byron Young Residents Alliance (BYRA) in conjunction with the Byron Residents’ Group are hosting an all-ages community event and rally to PROTECT BYRON on Sunday 1st March!

WHAT? A March up Johnson Street (main street), a Rally and a Music event in opposition to the recent proposal of unsustainable developments in West Byron and Ewingsdale. The event also encourages Byron youth to have their say and enrol to vote before the upcoming State Election.

WHEN? Sunday March 1st; From 3pm until sunset.

WHERE? The March will commence from Railway Park at 3pm, and travel up Johnson Street to Apex Park, where the entertainment will commence.

WHO? The event will feature locally and internationally renowned musicians, artists, dancers and surfers including;

Live music by:
MT WARNING

Pilots

Sunrose

Patrick and Louie from Potato Potato

Free Like Me

Guest appearances by:
Parkway Drive lead singer Winston McCall as event MC

Dave Rastovich – free surfer and environmentalist

Lauren L. Hill // The Sea Kin - free surfer, writer and activist

Dancing Tommy Franklin

Malia Rouillon - Sirens for the Sea: Protect The Reef

Delta Kay - Arakwal spokesperson

Byron Bay Hula - Mana Aloha Troupe

and Surprise guests!

Live artwork by:
James McMillan
and other local artists

Also featuring:
A MEGA RAFFLE with great prizes from AFENDS, Spell Designs, Conner Hats, SUKA BAY, Patagonia Byron Bay and MORE
Information about West Byron development proposals
Byron Youth Services 'Enrol to vote' stall
Visual petition
Merchandise for sale

AND MUCH MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON...

SUGGESTED DONATION FOR THE EVENT IS $5