The International Skateboarding Hall of Fame and IASC are very proud to announce the 2014 SHOF Inductees.
Ballots went out to almost 400 qualified representatives from all eras of skateboarding history to vote for their choice for the Class of 2014 Hall of Fame inductions. Congratulations to this years winners!
1960s – Gregg Carroll
1970s Era One – Jim Muir
1970s Era Two – Steve Olson
1980s Era One – Lance Mountain
1980s Era Two – Natas Kaupas
1960s Women – Laurie Turner DeMott
1970s Women – Ellen Oneal Deason
We hope to see you all on May 15th at the beautiful Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel* in Costa Mesa, California.
The Hall of Fame will sell out, get your early bird discounted tickets here: http://2014shof.eventbrite.com/
*Discounted hotel rooms available next week at the Westin.
Tickets for the 2013 Skateboarding Hall of Fame and Icon Awards Ceremony are on sale now. Early bird discounts end March 19th. Get your tickets now, they will sell out!
All attendees of the 2013 IASC Skateboarding Summit will receive a complimentary General Admission ticket to the Skateboarding Hall of Fame event. If you’d like a VIP admission, please purchase your ticket here.
Enjoy a night of fun, friends and great memories as we honor the skateboarders, industry pioneers and icons that have left an indelible imprint on the history of skateboarding and our culture. The 4th Annual Skateboarding Hall of Fame and Icon Awards Ceremony will be held at the Sheraton Park Hotel in Anaheim, California on May 9th, 2013.
6:00 pm – Happy Hour and VIP Meet and Greet
6:30 pm – VIP Dinner
7:30 pm – General Admission
7:45 pm – Awards Ceremony
10:00 pm – End
All proceeds benefit the not-for-profit efforts of the Skateboarding Hall of Fame and the Go Skateboarding Foundation’s Just One Board initiative.
The Skateboarding Hall of Fame and Icon Awards Ceremony is a production of the International Association of Skateboard Companies’ Go Skateboarding Foundation under license from the International Skateboarding Hall of Fame™.
See our previous post for a full list of this year’s nominees.
The ballots are out and the voting has begun, congratulations to all the 2013 Skateboarding Hall of Fame Nominees!
Great piece on Skate and Annoy talking about Rodney’s involvement with the Lemelson Center and Innoskate.
Rodney Mullen visited the Smithsonian (on invitation) as part of the Lemelson Center’s informal initiative to build relationships with skateboarding’s innovators. Your response may be “What the what?” Or at least, what is the Lemelson Center and why do they care about skateboarding? Technically, it’s the Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, and it was established in 1995 under the larger umbrella of the Smithsonian Institution. But why skateboarding? According to deputy director Jeff Brodie
Read the rest at Skate and Annoy.
Okay, we’re just a little excited about this one! For the 10-year Anniversary of Go Skateboarding Day, IASC has partnered with the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention & Innovation at the National Museum of American History to produce Innoskate, a two-day celebration of innovation in skateboarding on June 21 and 22, 2013.
Details are forthcoming, but guaranteed it’s going to big a huge day for skateboarding!
Rodney Mullen visited the Lemelson Center last summer to get things rolling, enjoy his discussion of the intersection skateboarding, invention and innovation. It’s amazing to hear Rodney articulate what skateboarding means to so many of us in a way you’ve probably never even considered.
We’re excited to announce the dates for the 6th Annual IASC Skateboarding Summit and the 4th Annual Skateboarding Hall of Fame at the Sheraton Park Hotel in Anaheim, California.
The Summit runs from May 8-10, 2013 with the Hall of Fame the evening of May 9th. All Summit attendees are guaranteed entrance to the Hall of Fame which sold out last year with over 400 attendees.
We’re backed up once again by the amazing skating at the Vans Pool Party on May 11th. Vans Skatepark is less than three miles from our location and Disneyland is right up the block if you want to bring the family.
It’s going to be a great four days of skateboarding education, networking and fun. Registration begins early February. Put it on your calendar now, we hope to see you in May.