Sneak Peek

The Institute of Texan Cultures will be opening a great new Smithsonian produced exhibition on November 2nd called “Ramp It Up: Skateboard Culture in Native America.” The exhibit features 20 skate decks, including examples from Native companies and contemporary artists, rare images and video of Native skaters.

To add to our excitement, the Education department at ITC also teamed up with students from MacArthur High School to curate our own exhibition, “Ramp It Up: Texas Style.” This exhibit, also opening on November 2nd, will highlight Texas skating culture through 15 student-designed skateboards, a miniature “finger-sized” skate park, interactive elements and much more.  Below are a couple sneak peek shots of the display of student boards, you can also learn more about the student’s art by clicking here.

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