Local rollerskating crew — Sk805 — prides themselves on inclusion of all skill levels and identities.
Art and design senior Jo Anna Edmison did not have a set plan when she started capturing the stories of female surfers and skaters with her film camera. Three years later, she had turned her footage into an eight-minute short film that has been viewed around the world, and will now be featured in an in-person screening in San Luis Obispo.
“It’s really cool to see women in the Olympics skating,” Elie Horsman said. “It’s really freaking awesome. We’ve come a long way. A long, long way.”
Armed with just a 16-millimeter camera and more than 700 feet of film, art and design sophomore Jo Anna Edmison spent her summer recording strangers surfing and skateboarding. On the sunny boardwalks of Venice Beach, Edmison began to piece together…
The first generation of skaters watch in support as the current generation moves the medium forward with new flare.
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Mustang Daily Staff Report firstname.lastname@example.org It may be against the law to skate at Cal Poly, but don’t toss away the boards just yet — the South County Skate Park is reopening after more than a year of closure, and…