The week was a series of daily creative workshops where participants discussed their ideas and bought them to life with the support of team leaders. The evenings consisted of quick food breaks and lots of planning and making. Zac played a critical role in content creation, dance coreography, and was the BBQ master. On the night of the event Zac was in charge of security and crowd coordination, roles he took on board with much enthusiasm.
Big days and late nights resulted in a hugely successful event.
The trail consisted of a bakery that was turned into a musical instrument, a spaceman floating in the front of a cafe, a mechanic’s garage showing a projected film made from shadow play, a stop motion standing cinema, a historic fig tree lit in dazzling colour and adorned with hand made lanterns, water words illuminated by ultraviolet strobes, a baton dance, some traditional dance performed by local indigenous primary school kids, and massive palm trees illuminated by the mother of all light projectors. An absolute spectacular enjoyed by a throng of punters and creators.
Not content with just throwing the biggest sound and light event Bermagui had ever seen the crew headed over to Murrah Hall on Saturday night to setup The Mess Age where Zac joined Tralala Blip and 5 other bands and DJs to rock the hall.
A massive week of creativity, play, and forging new friendships.