Seattle Parks and Recreation, the Office of Arts and Culture, and Red Bull are inviting people to a public meeting this Wednesday, May 29th, from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Belltown Community Center.
The purpose of the meeting is to learn about and comment upon The Red Bull energy drink company’s commissioning of an artist to design and fabricate a unique skateable art piece to be placed in Myrtle Edwards Park. I’m not really sure what that “skateable art piece means,” but it sounds pretty cool.
Myrtle Edwards was designated a recommended site for a skate park back in 2006 as part of the City’s Skatepark Plan.
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I’ll be out of town Wednesday, but would appreciate hearing from you how the meeting went and what people there thought skateable art could be.
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