WE CAN FLY 3
FILM SCREENING AND ART EXHIBITION
A film about creativity, skateboarding and mental well being.
8th Aug 2019, 6 - 11pm
Hoxton Basement 12 - 18 Hoxton Street, London HN1 6NG.
Ed Templeton, Chad Muska, Adam Hogarth, Nick Jensen, Sara Prinsloo, Rae Smith, Lizzie Heath and Kayla Selway.
FREE BEER from sponsor Hop King.
Venue organisers B-E-A-M
An event to raise money for the charity PAPYRUS which helps prevent young suicides.
SARA PRINSLOO TRAILER FOR WE CAN FLY 3
Keep Pushing Art Fair at Hop King Skate park, London.
Thank you to everyone who came down to see us at the very first Keep Pushing Art Fair by Rae at Hop Kingdom bar and skatepark in London Bridge. It was great to showcase work with Eloise Dorr, Lou Salasca, Jeremy Jones, Jack Pearce and Rae her self.
We launched the pre-sale of our collaboration with We Can Fly which included T-Shirts and Prints all handmade by ourselves. You can cop one on our website with special discounts when you purchase both items.
We also have our collaboration with Girls Cant Skate Crew where we made a handful of fine art screen prints to help promote the amazing work they do to support female skaters. Find them under the Prints section on our website.
Looking forward to future projects and promoting my art this year, make sure you follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with everything happening.
Now sod off 👊
Sara has been practising art for over 15 years with a wealth of experience in the field. Achieving a BA and MA in Fine Art and Illustration Sara uses these subjects to express her artistic skill set. Also exploring 3D Design, wood work, mould making and ceramics, Sara delivers these subjects as creative workshops through her teaching role in further education. Sara has recently started to combine her urban culture themes through the same mediums. Pressing skateboards, skateboard design and deck building projects has helped Sara explore the concept of merging her passion for skateboarding with her art and her continued exploration of the urban culture and sub cultures such as graffiti, fashion, skating, youth culture, female identity, music etc. Sharing her passion and engaging the youth is very important to Sara, believing that it’s our responsibility to help future generations excel through creative education and exploration. “It’s time to change the way we learn! It should be fun, supportive, inspiring, personal and exciting. I’m ready to help make this happen”