BAM is an Australian quarterly independent magazine, showcasing the best of the arts in the Byron Bay area, and beyond.
Boasting the highest concentration of artists in Australian outside capital cities, the arts scene of the Northern Rivers (Byron Bay & surrounds) is widely reputed. BAM fosters creative talent by featuring both established and up-and-coming artists.
A 96-page publication printed on quality satin stock and perfectly bound, BAM has experienced an average of growth in readership of 65% per year since its founding in early 2016.
BAM features a range of artistic content, from photography, painting and ceramic arts, to portraiture and conceptual art. BAM has profiled and interviewed prominent Australian artists such as Lindy Lee, Polly Borland and Michael Zavros, and famed international artists such as Keiichi Tanaami (Japan). Emerging artists are also appreciated, such as Indigenous pro surfer and painter, Otis Hope Carey.