Sunday, February 17, 2008

Gusts Stole Thunder From Art

Philosopher Discovers Coaliath Egg

Dr Glenn Albrecht of the University of Newcastle has astounded scientists around the world with the discovery of the first Coaliath egg. "These creatures have been responsible for unleashing untold harm upon the planet" - Dr Albrecht said today before a packed media conference. "We face catastrophic consequences if we do not deal with this threat head on".

Dr Albrecht has been involved with the police investigations relating to the alleged attack of these flying sharks upon the Breath of Life art installation on Obelisk Hill last month. He led a perilous expedition into their heartland in the Hunter valley. He and his team faced great terror in the recovery of the egg, with the party coursing its way into their perilous lair.

"Our hope is that with this egg we can learn more about what makes these monsters tick, and how we can bring down the beast for the good of life on Earth" - Dr Albrecht said.

Read Dr Albrecht's latest research on Coaliath eggs on his blog.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Children's Workshops Cancelled

Poor weather has forced the cancellation of the children's windmill making workshops, scheduled for this morning 9-11am. The activities including windmill production, mural painting and childrens' interpretation of the windmills story were all set to go. We're very sorry. Keep watching the skies.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

UK Indie Group Convinces Windmills to Fly Home

Indie UK pop group "The School" with their fantastic new song "All I Wanna Do" have convinced some of the wayward windmills to return home in time for the Children's workshop on the 9th February. "We were in a state of despair" said Varelle Hardy, spokesperson for the Breath of Life team. "How could we hold a children's workshop with no windmills?" The group's Spanish Record Label elefant records answered an international plea from the Breath of Life team for help. "These windmills only understand music, so it's natural that once they found a song they liked, they would return." Here's hoping.