New skateboard themed vaunt opens during CAMP

March 20, 2018 - skateboarding



  • A integrate of pieces by artist Michael Sieben on arrangement as partial of a Contemporary Art Museum Plainviews newest uncover The Big Flip: The Art of Skateboarding. Photo: William Carroll

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A integrate of pieces by artist Michael Sieben on arrangement as partial of a Contemporary Art Museum Plainview’s newest uncover The Big Flip: The Art of Skateboarding.

A integrate of pieces by artist Michael Sieben on arrangement as partial of a Contemporary Art Museum Plainview’s newest uncover The Big Flip: The Art of Skateboarding.

Photo: William Carroll


Artist Jared Steffensen (wearing cap) speaks with a museum enthusiast about one of his pieces Friday during a opening accepting of a Contemporary Art Museum Plainview’s newest uncover The Big Flip: The Art of Skateboarding.

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Artist Jared Steffensen (wearing cap) speaks with a museum enthusiast about one of his pieces Friday during a opening accepting of a Contemporary Art Museum Plainview’s newest uncover The Big Flip: The Art of

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Photo: William Carroll


Patrons check out a new vaunt during a Contemporary Art Museum Plainview patrician The Big Flip: The Art of Skateboarding, that will run from now until Jun 10.

Patrons check out a new vaunt during a Contemporary Art Museum Plainview patrician The Big Flip: The Art of Skateboarding, that will run from now until Jun 10.

Photo: William Carroll




Friday, a Contemporary Art Museum Plainview denounced a newest uncover titled, The Big Flip: The Art of Skateboarding, that will run until Jun 10.

CAMP owner and artist in chateau Kelly Alison pronounced a thought behind a vaunt came when she initial changed behind to Plainview and beheld a significance of skateboarding and a support of a village around skateboarding. She pronounced she afterwards contacted artist Michael Sieben, who is a good famous artist, privately in a margin of skateboard art.

Sieben, is a veteran engineer and illustrator whose work has been exhibited and reviewed worldwide as good as featured in countless painting anthologies. He is now a doing editor during Thrasher Magazine and has a monthly mainstay in Juxtapoz Magazine. Thrasher is a obvious skateboarding repository and allows Sieben a event to stay during a slicing corner of a industry.

Sieben pronounced that after being contacted by Alison he finished hit with many of a other artists who are participating in a uncover that includes:

Don Pendleton, a Grammy Award winning engineer for Pearl Jam and illustrator out of Dayton, Ohio. His art has been exhibited opposite a creation in several exhibits and shows and has been featured on a cover of Juxtapoz Magazine. His customer list includes Alien Workshop and Element Skateboards, Pepsico, Mountain Dew, Oakley, Vans shoes, Volcom clothing, Pearl Jam, DC Shoes, LG Electronics, Nike, Burton and Logitech.

Lori Damiano, is an animator, author, and teacher formed in Portland, Ore. She warranted her Masters Degree in Experimental Animation from The California Institute of Art, now teaches in a Animated Arts Program during Pacific Northwest College of Art and her films have been screened in a US and internationally. She served as a Animation Department chair for a California State Summer School for a Arts and serves as a apparatus legislature member for Portland’s Independent Publishing Resource Center.

Jared Steffensen is a curator during a Utah Museum of Contemporary Art where he has also served as a curator of open rendezvous and curator of education. He was innate in Fairfax, Vir., earning a BFA in Intermedia Sculpture from a University of Utah in 2002 and an MFA from The University of Texas during Austin in 2006. He was a target of a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant in 2006 and he grown and implemented UMOCA’s Artist-in-Residence program, that gives long-term support to internal artists. His work has been exhibited via a US, as good as in Mexico, Germany, and The Netherlands.

Aaron Hegert, is now Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography during Texas Tech University. He binds a BFA from a San Francisco Art Institute and an MFA from Indiana University. He is a Fulbright Scholar (Paris, 2008), and a first member of Everything Is Collective. His work has been exhibited and published widely, with new exhibitions during a Aperture Foundation in New York City; Royal Nonesuch Gallery in Oakland, California; Filter Space in Chicago; a University Art Gallery during University of California, San Diego; a Urban Arts Space during Ohio State University in Columbus; a Austin Center for Photography; and a Center for Photography during Woodstock, to name a few. His publications are hold in The Joan Flasch Artists Book Collection during a School of a Art Institute of Chicago, a Franklin Furnace Archive, and a Museum of Modern Art Library in New York. Aaron Hegert lives, works, and skates in Lubbock, Texas.

Alison pronounced that Steffensen has been in Plainview given Monday and that he has been a good help, privately providing information and recommendation per correct doing and travel of art pieces. Steffensen pronounced that he recently finished a uncover with artists from Saudi Arabia during his museum in Utah and that there were utterly a few technical matters relating to travel he has been concerned with. He pronounced operative during a Utah Museum of Contemporary Art also provides him a event to work with a series of opposite artists and that he has achieved a series of projects in his role.

“Basically anything and all required to do during a museum, we have done,” he said.

Steffensen pronounced a recommendation he supposing to CAMP members was simply his observations about how things are finished during his museum in Utah.

Steffensen pronounced that he was unapproachable to be partial of a vaunt in Plainview.

“I am respected to have my work shown with a other artists here,” he said. “All of these artists we am informed with and have followed their work for some time.”

The uncover will continue until Jun 10, CAMP is open Thursday by Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. The museum is located during 219 E. Sixth St. in downtown Plainview.

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