Enjoy a blind-bag art show in support of female skaters in Seattle this month

Dec 5 2019, 10:48 am

Don’t spend this Friday the 13th alone, bring your friends along to Surprise Me! A Skate Like A Girl art fundraiser featuring over twenty internationally known skaters and artists

 

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The art show will feature framed prints available for purchase, but has a kicker: you can choose to donate $30 or more to get a blind envelope with a random print inside. The more you donate, the more art you get to take home.

All donations will go towards programs such as The Youth Employment Skateboarding (YES) Teen Leadership Program, and other outreach programs serving high need communities.

Skate Like A Girl is a nonprofit organization that empowers individuals, especially young women, to become strong, confident leaders who promote and implement equity through the vehicle of skateboarding. They currently operate chapters in Seattle, Portland, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

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Suprise Me! will feature prints from:

  • Nora Vasconcellos
  • Becca Fuhrman
  • Dane Nomellini
  • Elise Loeb
  • Henry Jones
  • Jay Croft
  • Jeffrey Cheung
  • Jenny Vu
  • Kyler Martz
  • L. Baker
  • Jess Wu
  • Alexis Sablone
  • Lori D
  • Sasha Barr
  • Marbie Princess
  • Mel Kadel
  • Michael Sieben
  • Nat Russell
  • Nico
  • Russ Pope
  • Stacey Rozich
  • Travis Millard
  • Victor Melendez

The event will also include a screening of Carving Space, a short documentary about the queer skateboarding community in California, whose DIY art projects pushed growth for a global and burgeoning queer skateboarding community.

Surprise Me!

When: December 13, 2019
Time: 7 to 10 pm
Where: 35th North Skateshop — 1100 East Pike Street, Seattle
Admission: Free

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