RedBull.com tells the story of the S'klallam Skatepark

September 26, 2014

 

The community art project at the Port Gamble S'klallam Skate Park, funded by the Sheckler Foundation and coordinated youth from the community, was featured on a recent episode of RedBull.com's Sheckler Sessions.  Eighth Generation founder, Louie Gong, describes the art at 4:20. Check it out!

Update: The skate park artwork also appears briefly in the 2015 World of Redbull commercial, which premiered during the MTV Movie Awards.

 

 




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