It's a great thing to support, and we got to make a film on a beach. What more could you ask for?
I had to get involved as soon as I heard about the Art for the Sea idea to turn the old club into new art.
I love taking pictures of this coastline, so providing the photographs for the site was a no-brainer.
We were excited to help provide the campaign concepts and some of the website video content for this project.
Go on – get wet! The annual LBSLSC Tapu Te Ranga Island swim is go. This is a fun challenge for swimmers taking place at Island Bay on the same day as the Island Bay festival. For just $15 entry per swimmer you can take a ride in a Surf Lifesaving IRB out to the
Two new pieces have been added to the Art for the Sea collection. First up (see above) we have this amazing 1960s plywood rescue ski, taken from the clubrooms before they were demolished and hand painted by the very talented Sean Duffle (see more of his amazing graphic art at http://seanduffell.com/). Then we have a very
Clear Thursday 30 March 2017 in your diary and share this news as far as possible! The venue for the Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club’s ‘Art for the Sea’ Gala Event and Auction is now confirmed – the New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Shed 11, Queens Wharf. Entry is via a minimum $30.00 donation per
We’re excited to announce that our next two pieces for Art for the Sea are ready. We think Alfred Memelink’s beautifully evocative piece really captures the spirit of the Bay: And huge big-ups to the very talented Melissa Young for her donation of this incredible sculpture: The Art for the Sea project is about helping generate funding for the
Check out the amazing work DSide has done on the old Clubrooms. Visit forthesea.org.nz to find out more about the artwork and the gala auction where you can by pieces of it, and work from 12 other amazing artists: