35 years of australian surf are the theme of an important exhibition to take place in Sidney

Just read on Surf City about an interesting exhibition about surfing. According to the site it
 will track Sydney’s dynamic surf scene through the 50s, 60s and 70s: spanning an amazing period of social upheaval, post war optimism, teen angst, rock and roll, prosperity, drugs and shifting cultural frontiers. We'll feature Sydney's surfing hubs, hot spots and cultures along with the movers and shapers who stirred the pot during these vivid and volatile years. We'll also show what surf-crazed Sydneysiders wore, watched, made, rode, heard and read and even reveal how surfing changed Sydney. The exhibition will contain boards, movies, photos, magazines, music, clothes, everyday surf wares and treasures. So watch out for the show, coming to the Museum of Sydney in September 2011

For everyone interested just check out the main site of the exhibition. It is truly amazing.

Can you imagine Australia without surfing? It would be like England without queues


1 comment:

  1. haha, this is surely an icon of australia since iw as a kid , there where the california surfing ppl but!.. the australians where the legends!


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