Catch the Wave - St Kilda St Clair!
The challenge - making a piece of community theatre about these beaches as opposed to simply going there?
The event needs to point to the sublimeness of nature and add something to it? A gnarly puzzle.
Contacts made - clubs, groups, people - the community
St Clair Surf Club 100 annivesary April 8 - 10th.
Barbara Newton passionate ocean person and local historian Our St Clair a residents history,
Nic Reeves awesome surfing photographer, surfer, environmental activist extraordinaire http://www.phoam.blogspot.com/
Two young scientists from the Departement of Science and Communication at Otago Uni - making a film about the shark nets - one a possible standup comedy act - interesting fact - you are more likely to die from instant combustion of your underwear than a shark attack!
Resident's oral histories - the people who go to the beach everyday and the people who live beside the ocean - wonder how they feel after the tsunami events in Japan these last few days.
St Kilda Brass band - possible concert in the King's and Queen's auditorium - ocean music for brass.
The story of St Kilda Brass begins in 1901.Listening to Herbie Hancocks Maiden Voyage and Debussy's La Mer.
The surfing community ceaseless dancers on the waves - an enormous group of people in constant motion - Who are they? What makes them tick? Why do they do it?
And many more!!! Watch this space.