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Friday, February 25, 2011

PUSH Skatedeck Art Show Tonight to Benefit Division Street Skatepark

The PUSH skatedeck art show and auction is tonight in Bend.

Posted By on Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 7:23 PM

Skateboards are rad. Local, regional and national artists are rad. Take those things and combine them and you have something so rad, it must been seen to be believed. Or something like that.

The PUSH Skatedeck Art Show and Auction is tonight at the old Boomtown location (910 NW Harriman St.) and will have skatedecks up for auction that were painted by more than 50 different artists. The auction is a benefit for the Division Street Skatepark Project, the continued effort to build a high-end skatepark beneath the overpass on Division Street.

Included in that list are some familiar names from Bend like Dana MacKenzie, Adam Haynes and Jesse Lockwood (both MacKenzie and Lockwood have illustrated covers for the Source).

The show runs from 6pm-10pm and includes beverages from Deschutes Brewery and food from Typhoon, Parrilla and Whole Foods.


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