Roll with It: Now that skateboarding is an official Olympics sport, it has become increasingly popular among family and kids. Collaborating with skateboarding shop 8FIVE2, Soleaddict, and All Hong Kong Skateboards Association, K11 Musea presents a massive skateboard pop-up with exhibitions, shops and classes. Learn about the skateboarding subculture, make a customised skateboard, have a go at the indoor skateboarding park. You can even enroll in a two-week course, designed for kids aged 8 to 16. Don’t miss out on Soleaddictt’s exhibition of the largest and possibly rarest collection of Nike Dunks ever showcased in the world!
The indoor skateboarding park, called STREET/PARK pop-up, will host a series of classes and workshops covering the basics of skateboarding, as well as some beginner’s tricks.
Where? 605, K11 Art and Cultural Centre, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
When? Now through September 12, 2021
How much? Free, with courses starting at HK$1,920
How to participate? Register at K11 Musea’s website here: www.k11musea.com/
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