Rodney Mullen at the Drake Hotel – Evolve Camps

Rodney Mullen at the Drake Hotel – Evolve Camps

June 5, 2017

Rodney Mullen Drake Hotel

Evolve Skate Camp is proud to be a part of the Rodney Mullen night at the Drake Hotel. Rodney Mullen will be joining the Toronto Art and Skate Community for a talk on stage at the Drake Hotel, June 23 at 6pm.

The talk will touch on Rodney’s extensive skate history and how that has evolved to his collaboration with film maker/artist Shaun Gladwell,  a former pro skater from Australia.

This will be for a very small audience, so it’s an incredible opportunity to see/meet the god father of street skating. 

Tickets are almost sold out so if you are interested in Joining the event be sure to purchase one ASAP.

Rodney Mullen Drake Hotel

Rodney Mullen Drake Hotel


About Rodney Mullen

John Rodney Mullen is an American professional skateboarder, entrepreneur, inventor, and public speaker who practices freestyle and street skateboarding. Mullen is credited with inventing numerous skateboarding tricks, including the flatground ollie, kickflip, heelflip, impossible, and 360-flip (also commonly known as the ‘tre-flip’ or ‘3-flip’). Mullen has appeared in over 20 skateboarding videos and has co-authored an autobiography, entitled The Mutt: How to Skateboard and Not Kill Yourself, with writer Sean Mortimer

Rodney Mullen Almost Round 3

If you have not seen Rodney Mullens part in Almost Round 3, you are missing out. Check this out and get stoked to meet the legend.

Shaun Gladwell works predominantly in video and performance. His works are shot in natural and urban environments and explore the relationship between landscapes and people. He has exhibited in Australia and internationally. Solo exhibitions include The Lacrima Chair, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney (2015); Shaun Gladwell: BMX Channel, Mark Moore Gallery, California (2014); Shaun Gladwell: Field Recordings, Samstag Museum, University of South Australia, Adelaide (2014); Fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman), performed by the Rotterdam Philharmonic, with video art by Shaun Gladwell (2013); Shaun Gladwell: Afghanistan, Australian War Memorial touring exhibition (2012); Broken Dance (Beatboxed), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (2012); Perpetual 360° Sessions, SCHUNCK* Heerlen, The Netherlands (2011); and Shaun Gladwell: Stereo Sequences, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne (2011).

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