The RFK Stadium Skatepark was a Work of Art! – by Pia Saclauso

On Sunday, August 20th, Skate Girls Tribe was stoked to be a part of the RFK Stadium Block Party located in Washington, DC! Events DC has teamed up with a national visual artist, Naturel, who renovated the whole skatepark. The block party was to celebrate his project completion and included skateboarding, various family-friendly activities, live music, and a ton of giveaways! 
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The freshly renovated park was one jaw-dropping masterpiece! Skaters were totally hyped to be shredding Naturel’s piece of art that is collectively ours as a community!

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A ton of visitors came out to experience the grand opening. It was rad to see skaters grind on rails, do kickflips off ramps, and ollie off stairsets! It was a colorful experience which truly captures the vibe and the culture of DC!

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Skating RFK park changes the way people see art – it is not just meant to be looked at, but also to be experienced. Photo 20-08-2017, 10 34 50 PM
Skate Girls Tribe and sPACYcLOUd were honored to be part of it.

Skate Girls Tribe

Surf Camp

sPACYcLOUd Surf Camp


Surf Camp

Overnight Surf Camp for Teens.

sPACYcLOUd is organizing its first overnight camp for teens. We will be staying indoors in a spacisious house on Chincoteague Island. We are looking for artistic, independent, motivated, and good natured teens.  This is a great opportunity for teens to surf, longboard, share, do yoga, art and fashion projects, spend time with like minded individuals and have fun. For the first session we are planning to have 6-8 teens.

Surf camp includes:

  • all equipment,
  • beach fees,
  • daily transportation,
  • professional surfing instructions (1:1 student to instructor ratio),
  • certified life guard on duty at all times,
  • 24/7 same gender supervision,
  • meals,
  • lodging
  • sPACYcLOUd  Surf Camp t shirt,
  • Surfing Etiquette Guide,
  • certificate of achievement,
  • visit to Chincoteque National Wildlife Refuge,
  • group photo

Price: $1200


What a glorious Sunday! Families, friends and kids of all ages came out to enjoy the beautiful spring day in Garfield Park aka Bridge Spot.

What a glorious Sunday!  Families, friends and kids of all ages came out to enjoy the beautiful spring day in Garfield Park aka Bridge Spot.
Our Tribe

Spectators sat on the sunny side of the hill as skaters cruised around the park hitting ramps and practicing rail slides.   House beats filled the air while a dance circle formed and one by one local youths sauntered into the middle to show off their moves.  Fresh paint faintly graced the senses as walls were white washed and new creations began to form including a starry night on the beach, a goose laying a heart with wings, and my favorite, a beautiful day of the dead woman between the words “Soul Society” tucked into an alcove.  Paints, brushes, palates and a large wooden canvas were set up at the entrance for all to explore and express their inner artist and add to the day’s creations.


sPACYcLOUd and Skate Girls Tribe (SGT) provided equipment and skate decks to local youths, who customized their boards using spray paint (while wearing awesome gas masks!), stencils, brushes, and their own creative minds.  The DC Roller Girls brought another skating element to the park and raised awareness for their upcoming events.  Our sponsors, Churchill MFG, Roll Skate Shop, were instrumental in making this day a success and we thank them dearly.

Be bold. Be awesome. Be you!
Until next time, this is Andi Cook, SGT and sPACYcLOUd team member, signing off.