Wednesday August 29, 2018 Article

Cincinnati’s Newest Skatepark is Also an Art Installation

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Photo: Artful skateboarding in Camp Washington | Patty Salas

Mackenzie Manley | CityBeat

The teal head of a cartoon dinosaur protrudes above a door frame in an otherwise beige stretch of Camp Washington. Beside it, the word “fun” is brightly painted with an arrow aptly pointing toward the entrance.

It’s the site of People Liberty’s new storefront gallery on Colerain Avenue, and the current home of SkateAble vs Non — an indoor skatepark that merges the creativity of skateboarding with community. (It runs through Oct. 17.)