Sunday 8 July 2012
10:00am ‚Äì 3:00pm
Prince Alfred Park, Parramatta
The traditional owners of Parramatta, the Dharug People, invite you, your family and friends to join them in their NAIDOC Week celebrations. Everyone is invited to this free event featuring kid's amusements, live entertainment, free workshops and bush food and bush medicine displays!
I drove to the Dead Sea a couple of times. the first time I saw a beautiful golden sunset behind the large rocky desert hills.
this video has a video clip of the sunset playing in the background. over the top is a series of photos with their edges extracted and background removed. the two are overlayed together. the original / live version looks ok, but when I saved it I lost most of the video quality of the background & uploaded version lost even more, so I'm not completely happy with this, but here it is.
I used Isadora to create / compile the video (patches attached)
Submitted by Malina Hamilton... on Wed, 08/22/2007 - 23:26
Making its festival debut at Marrickville Road Festival this year is an artistic new band called Super Massive. Super Massive will perform on the Urban Stage at Marrickville Road Festival, Marrickville on Sunday 9th September at 11am.
Named for modern society‚Äôs collective fascination with superlatives and for the biggest and best! of everything as much as for their wall of sound, Super Massive is a synth pop rock band with exhilarating, danceable grooves, an emphasis on melody and an engaging, energetic stage presence. The band has a unique sound and a treasure trove of songs that respond to the nature of today‚Äôs urbanised, fast-paced world.