EVENT: BiG TeA PaRtY video at PhillyCAM First Friday
An evening showcasing community, arts and culture programming presented by the producers.
Sept. 3rd 5:30pm – 7:30pm, 232 Vine St., Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia
To coincide with First Friday in Old City and the opening of the Fringe Festival performance “All Victorious Ocean” at the Painted Bride Arts Center, PhillyCAM presents a special two hour program of Community, Arts and Culture.
Featuring BiG TeA PaRtY’s
“SK8 B-Lo I-95”
Is skateboarding a crime?
It shouldn’t be, but many local governments want to make it one. Was it a blessing or a curse for Philadelphians that the marble ledges, steps and layout of LOVE PARK was the perfect environment for skating ? Was the remotely located FDR Park skate park the solution?
BiG TeA PaRtY traces the history of the skateboard ban in internationally renown Love Park and the rise of FDR Skate Park, a park built by and for the skaters. Shot on location in Love Park and FDR Skate Park – featuring interviews with skaters and action footage.
Watch the show on TV, on Comcast 66/966 and Verizon FIOS 29/30, or get out and about and see it live and meet the producers in person at the PhillyCAM studio 232 Vine Street.