Mural Painting Class
Apr
21
1:00 PM13:00

Mural Painting Class

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About this Class:

This fun, interactive mural class allows students to watch their progress as they paint! With time-lapse photography and video, students will paint and repaint a large mural and watch it change again and again. Students of all skill levels will enjoy learning to improvise, collaborate, and create this fun time-lapse painting.

All supplies are included in class tuition. Although aprons are provided, please wear proper attire—some art processes can get messy! Footwear is required.  

No class Mar 24 & 31

Parking is FREE in the The Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.

Grades 7-12

Need a parking pass? Buy one here!

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Mural Painting Class
Apr
14
1:00 PM13:00

Mural Painting Class

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About this Class:

This fun, interactive mural class allows students to watch their progress as they paint! With time-lapse photography and video, students will paint and repaint a large mural and watch it change again and again. Students of all skill levels will enjoy learning to improvise, collaborate, and create this fun time-lapse painting.

All supplies are included in class tuition. Although aprons are provided, please wear proper attire—some art processes can get messy! Footwear is required.  

No class Mar 24 & 31

Parking is FREE in the The Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.

Grades 7-12

Need a parking pass? Buy one here!

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Mural Painting Class
Apr
7
1:00 PM13:00

Mural Painting Class

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About this Class:

This fun, interactive mural class allows students to watch their progress as they paint! With time-lapse photography and video, students will paint and repaint a large mural and watch it change again and again. Students of all skill levels will enjoy learning to improvise, collaborate, and create this fun time-lapse painting.

All supplies are included in class tuition. Although aprons are provided, please wear proper attire—some art processes can get messy! Footwear is required.  

No class Mar 24 & 31

Parking is FREE in the The Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.

Grades 7-12

Need a parking pass? Buy one here!

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Mural Painting Class
Mar
17
1:00 PM13:00

Mural Painting Class

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About this Class:

This fun, interactive mural class allows students to watch their progress as they paint! With time-lapse photography and video, students will paint and repaint a large mural and watch it change again and again. Students of all skill levels will enjoy learning to improvise, collaborate, and create this fun time-lapse painting.

All supplies are included in class tuition. Although aprons are provided, please wear proper attire—some art processes can get messy! Footwear is required.  

No class Mar 24 & 31

Parking is FREE in the The Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.

Grades 7-12

Need a parking pass? Buy one here!

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Mural Painting Class
Mar
10
1:00 PM13:00

Mural Painting Class

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About this Class:

This fun, interactive mural class allows students to watch their progress as they paint! With time-lapse photography and video, students will paint and repaint a large mural and watch it change again and again. Students of all skill levels will enjoy learning to improvise, collaborate, and create this fun time-lapse painting.

All supplies are included in class tuition. Although aprons are provided, please wear proper attire—some art processes can get messy! Footwear is required.  

No class Mar 24 & 31

Parking is FREE in the The Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.

Grades 7-12

Need a parking pass? Buy one here!

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UH Manoa MFA Thesis Exhibitions
Mar
4
3:00 PM15:00

UH Manoa MFA Thesis Exhibitions

I can't wait to visit and see the new work from the latest MFA candidates! Hope to see you all there!

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2018 MFA THESIS EXHIBITIONS
March 4 – April 6, 2018
The Art Gallery at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

SPECIAL EVENTS:
All events are free and open to the public.

Opening reception
Sunday, March 4, 2018
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Thesis defenses
Fridays
March 9, 11:00 a.m. Terra Keck
March 9, 1:00 p.m. Atis Puampai
March 23, 11:00 a.m. Khari Saffo
March 23, 1:00 p.m. Robert Flowers
April 6, 10:00 a.m. Nisha Pinjani
April 6, 2:00 p.m. Chiho Ushio

The graduate program at the Department of Art + Art History, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is a comprehensive and diverse center for the graduate study of the visual arts and Asian and Pacific art history. The exciting thesis exhibitions are part of a demanding course of study, production, and review. MFA candidates concurrently present new and engaging works that demonstrate each artist’s caliber of ideas, skills, awareness of the global context within which art is created and circulated, and critically engaged artistic practice.

The artists, the titles of their exhibitions, and their areas of specialization are:

Robert FlowersSelf Portrait: You and I, glass
Terra KeckSecondhand Smoke, printmaking
Nisha PinjaniTransgressing Boundaries, printmaking
Atis PuampaiAncient Light, photography
Khari SaffoCool Kool Shirts Presents: Thot Collection Series 1 by Dana Jones, sculpture
Chiho Ushio, 響 (Hibiki) – Resonance, printmaking

Gallery hours + admission:
Mon. – Fri. 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sun. 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays; Prince Kūhiō Day, Mar. 26; Good Friday, Mar. 30;
Easter, Apr. 1.
By appointment: Spring Break, Mar. 27 – 29.
Free admission. Donations are appreciated.
Parking fees may apply.

SPONSORS: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of Art + Art History and College of Arts + Humanities; and supported by Waikiki Parc Hotel – Hospitality Sponsor for the Arts at UH Mānoa; Student Activity and Program Fee Board, UHM; and anonymous donors.

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Mural Painting Class
Mar
3
1:00 PM13:00

Mural Painting Class

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About this Class:

This fun, interactive mural class allows students to watch their progress as they paint! With time-lapse photography and video, students will paint and repaint a large mural and watch it change again and again. Students of all skill levels will enjoy learning to improvise, collaborate, and create this fun time-lapse painting.

All supplies are included in class tuition. Although aprons are provided, please wear proper attire—some art processes can get messy! Footwear is required.  

No class Mar 24 & 31

Parking is FREE in the The Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.

Grades 7-12

Need a parking pass? Buy one here!

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Mural Painting Class
Feb
24
1:00 PM13:00

Mural Painting Class

20180121_092424.jpg

About this Class:

This fun, interactive mural class allows students to watch their progress as they paint! With time-lapse photography and video, students will paint and repaint a large mural and watch it change again and again. Students of all skill levels will enjoy learning to improvise, collaborate, and create this fun time-lapse painting.

All supplies are included in class tuition. Although aprons are provided, please wear proper attire—some art processes can get messy! Footwear is required.  

No class Mar 24 & 31

Parking is FREE in the The Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.

Grades 7-12

Need a parking pass? Buy one here!

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Free Family Sunday (Spalding House)
Feb
18
10:00 AM10:00

Free Family Sunday (Spalding House)

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Come visit me in the Surface Gallery to see my ongoing exhibit (Ísland to Island) Korpúlfsstaðir and The 23hr Sunset 

Every third Sunday of the month from 10am to 4pm (activities end at 2pm).

In conjunction with Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday, the museum also holds a free Family Day at its location in Makiki Heights, with entertainment and an art activity. A free shuttle bus runs between the Honolulu Museum of Art and Spalding House, so you can enjoy both events in one day.

Limited parking is available. Street parking is not permitted.

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Impact Hub Grand Opening Party!
Jan
25
9:30 AM09:30

Impact Hub Grand Opening Party!

“EAT. DRINK. DISCO. REPEAT.”

IMPACT HUB HONOLULU GRAND OPENING

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 2018

 I'll have mural work at this show so come on out! I'd love to see you there!

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FUNDRAISING EVENT TO BENEFIT ALOHA HARVEST

 

HONOLULU, HI, January 2, 2018 – It’s time to break out the polyester and platform shoes as Hawaii’s newest coworking space, Impact Hub Honolulu, celebrates its grand opening in groovy 70’s style. Located in the heart of Kaka’ako, the disco themed event will be held on Saturday night, January 27th, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m., and is a fundraiser for Aloha Harvest, a non-profit organization that rescues quality, donated food and delivers it to social service agencies feeding the hungry in Hawaii. Admission is free for Impact Hub Honolulu members, $30 for general admission, and $20 for 21-years of age and under (which include food and beverage scripts).

 

The spacious Impact Hub Honolulu (located in the former World Gym near South Shore Market in Ward Village) offers entrepreneurs and small businesses a variety of coworking options in the form of offices, open and dedicated desks, and everything in between. The 14,000 square foot facility also includes a living room area, a napping nook, three meeting rooms, a communal kitchen, men’s and women’s locker rooms with showers, and a flexible open floor venue area. Overseeing Impact Hub Honolulu is a team of inspiring leaders comprised of co-directors George Yarbrough and Meeta & Nam Vu, and community manager, Anne Weber.

Says George Yarbrough, “We are proud and excited to bring this level of coworking and community space to Honolulu and hope it will continue to attract an inspiring mix of entrepreneurs, digital nomads, remote professionals and inspiring organizations to make impact and build community.” Nam Vu continued, “What we offer here at the Impact Hub Honolulu is on par with coworking communities found all over the world. Our desire is to bring that excitement, impact, and sense of partnership to Hawaii.” Added Anne Weber, “Partnering with the wonderful and hard working team of Aloha Harvest is a perfect match! We can be true to our commitment to sustainability while celebrating with our growing community and bring attention to their mission of rescuing food for the hungry.”

One hundred percent of the net proceeds raised at the grand opening event will go to support the cause of Aloha Harvest of Honolulu. Says director, Ku’ulei Williams, “I am excited and energized by what the Impact Hub Honolulu will bring to our city and all of the possible partnerships and programs to come in the near future.”

The Impact Hub Honolulu grand opening event will include upbeat music by Taylor Fujimoto of Swingin’ Bananas/KTUH Radio, Lucie Lynch & The Perfect Wave, and DJ Rhombus. Makana Market & Deli will provide delicious food, as well as hearty salads from Juicy Brew, while beverages from Lei Wine and Kona Brewery help to wash it all down. Guests can purchase $5 raffle tickets for a chance to win several prizes from HI Sketchfest, Dream Float Hawaii, American Savings Bank, and Airbnb to name a few. Donations can also be made directly to Aloha Harvest at the event in exchange for a funky light up ring, perfect for standing out at the disco. A special prize will go to the best-dressed 70’s themed outfit too.

For tickets and more information about the Impact Hub Honolulu grand opening, call 808.664.3306 or go to http://www.impacthubhnl.com

About Impact Hub Honolulu

Impact Hub Honolulu is a coworking, event, office, and community space designed to facilitate sustainable impact in Hawaii and abroad through collaboration and empowering communities. We are part of a network of 94 Impact Hubs around the world with over 15K members. We believe that building a vibrant, diverse, and active community creates an eco-sphere where members support one another by lending time, leading workshops, hosting events, expressing themselves through art, providing funding and mentorship, launching companies, and exploring the future. Together. From Pau Hana gatherings, to Website Workshops, to movie screenings and Sexy Salad Wednesdays, there is always something happening with our community. It’s a perfect way to get to know your work neighbors and interact on a different level. Our motto:  “Coworking is the better way. Building community. Making impact.”

About Aloha Harvest

Since its inception, Aloha Harvest has collected and distributed over 19 million pounds of food, which now includes quality perishable and non-perishable foods, as well as beverages. The food has been donated by over 1,000 participating donors, of which 261 are currently active, such as restaurants, caterers, government facilities, hotels, food distributors, businesses and others. This food would otherwise be discarded and gone to waste. Aloha Harvest is environmentally and economically minded and our program prevents waste, recycles and meets the needs of literally thousands who are facing hunger daily. The food that is picked up each day is delivered that same day! (Aloha Harvest does not store any food.) It also receives donations from special projects such as Food Drives organized by schools, businesses, organizations, and churches. Aloha Harvest offers pick-up and delivery service year-round, 7 days a week, completely free of charge.

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Tim Burton Film Festival and Art Sale
Oct
21
to Oct 22

Tim Burton Film Festival and Art Sale

Tim Burton's films don't all take place around Halloween, but they're still creepy enough to get you in the spooky mood. Here's your chance to see Beetlejuice, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Edward Scissorhands and Corpse Bride on the big screen in a (supposedly) haunted theater. Hawaii Theatre, $7–$12.

There will be booths of local artists selling fun and scary things just in time for Halloween! I'll have my own booth so I hope to see you there!

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"Discover Arts"
Oct
14
11:00 AM11:00

"Discover Arts"

Celebrate the Arts Chinatown Street Fair
In the Honolulu Historical Arts District
October 14, 2017 11-3 pm

@Pauahi Street, Hawaii Theater, Bethel St. & Sun Yat Sen Park
- Food trucks, Arts and Crafts, Live Music
- Art Demonstrations
- ALL Sketchers and painters welcome to sketch/paint to live music (Free sketchpads while supply lasts) 
- Make-and-Take Art: card making, mask making, whirling wall hangings

@ ARTS at Marks Garage:
- Hawaii Shakespeare Festival Multi-theater Costume Sale
- Esther Nowell Beads, Bauble and Bangles--Beading workshop
- Friends of the Library book sale

10% discount while shopping at ALL of the following local Chinatown businesses: 
The Art Treasures, Owen and Company, Pegge Hopper Gallery, Louis Pohl Gallery, Ginger 13, About the Goods, Blank Canvas, Trading Heritage Co., Barrio Vintage, special shopping bag at Haul2HI

www.creativeartshi.com

For more information contact:
Sandy Pohl at 808 521-1812 or email creativeartshi8@gmail.com

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THE 46TH ANNUAL AHA CONTEMPORARY SHOW 2017
Aug
25
5:00 PM17:00

THE 46TH ANNUAL AHA CONTEMPORARY SHOW 2017

  • 1132 Bishop Street Honolulu, HI, 96813 United States (map)
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THE 46TH ANNUAL AHA CONTEMPORARY SHOW 2017

Exhibit Open to the Public Monday, August 21 through Friday, September 15, 2017
at 1132 Bishop Street, Lobby Level, Honolulu, Hawai’i

 

 

The Association of Honolulu Artists was established in 1926. The Honolulu Art Academy did not exist at that time. With the exception of the Bishop Museum, there was no focal point for the arts. That year a small group of friends eager for cultural exchange gathered to discuss the arts and establish themselves as a membership organization devoted to the support and promotion of the growing arts community. This core group came to be known as “The Association of Honolulu Artists”.

By the 1930’s, the population of Honolulu had grown to a city of over 200,000 residents and the new prestigious Art Academy was visited by almost 50,000 people. AHA was gaining recognition and news coverage on their regularly held art exhibits. Gathering momentum, the periodic art shows that they sponsored grew more frequent and much broader in scope throughout the next few decades. Cash awards for first place winners were replaced with war bonds during the turbulent war years.

Celebrating its 88th Anniversary in 2014, AHA is not only the oldest but also the most diverse art organization in Hawaii. It has had an enormous impact on the public’s enthusiasm and appreciation for the arts. The name was changed from the Association of Honolulu Artists to the Association of Hawaii Artists in order to encompass all islands in the State of Hawaii. After almost eight decades, we are still a vibrant art force in Hawaii. We promote the multimedia arts and its artists members and we build on a foundation where artists of all media can come together for comradeship, education, showmanship, and moral support. We encourage the expression of our diverse cultural heritage and explore themes that reflect the islands’ current issues. We have two jury shows every year along with additional exhibitions that are hosted with the city and the business community. We work to promote art education and growth through AHA’s educational programs, scholarships, workshops and group demonstrations.

Hawaii has a high percentage of the population that characterizes themselves as practicing Artists. Some artist members are professional artists, others practice art as an avocation and serious interest, and some are beginning artists and students. We are accessible. We encourage work in all media and of all interested artists. We enthusiastically invite you to join AHA whether you are an artist or a patron.

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Second Saturday Discover Art
Aug
12
10:00 AM10:00

Second Saturday Discover Art

Second Saturday Discover Art
10AM-2PM

Every second Saturday on Pauahi St., the Creative Arts Experience features artists and performers, stationed around the Chinatown community, to offer art classes, demonstrations and lessons. Activities will be interactive and geared toward children and families. Activities will include watercolors, face and body painting, take-away art, ceramics, papier-mâché, and more! 

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Pecha Kucha - Honolulu
Aug
11
6:30 PM18:30

Pecha Kucha - Honolulu

PechaKucha Honolulu #31 presents ♀ (Female), a night filled with stories, artwork, and images that celebrate as well as discuss what it means to be female.

Location: Honolulu Museum of Art School
1111 Victoria Street

Guests can park at the Honolulu Museum of Art School parking lot, at 1111 Victoria Street, with entrances on Beretania and Young Streets. It is $5 for 5 hours of parking. Street parking is available but limited. 

Performance at 6:30pm featuring Jasmine Yoshikawa & Jhune Liwanag

Food: Chamorro Grindz 

Speakers:More info to come

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Neko Cafe! (Mori by Art +Flea)
Jun
24
10:00 AM10:00

Neko Cafe! (Mori by Art +Flea)

The Cats Are BACK!

Saturday, June 24, 10am-2pm
1050 Ala Moana Blvd. Suite 1650

The cats are back in town, and they are ready for a new place to call home. Mori by Art + Flea, Morning Glass, and Hawaiian Humane are joining forces again to bring the second Neko Cat Cafe of 2017 to Ward Village. Neko Cafe will be at the former Brue Bar and Wedding Cafe located at 1050 Ala Moana Blvd Suite 1650 on Saturday, June 24th from 10AM-2PM. Special releases of all things cat related will be on sale by local vendors including Antidee, Boz Schurr, Green Tea Leaves Jewelry, Kawaii Mono, Noreen Watanabe, Lei Tada, Erimon's Workshop, Mistprint, and Super Art Squad. Morning Glass will supply the ono treats for both cats and humans. Hawaiian Humane is currently selling pre-sale tickets until June 23rd. Due to the popularity of the event from the previous Neko Cafe in January, there will be walk-ins, but the wait time is expected to be longer because of the large turn out. For more information on reserving a time slot visit https://www.hawaiianhumane.org/nekocafe/

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Sím Art Show Opening!
Jun
22
to Jun 23

Sím Art Show Opening!

  • Hafnarstræti 16, 101 Reykjavík, Ísland. (map)
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A little bit of alright

A Bit of Alright // ENGLISH BELOW
Samsýning listamanna sem hafa dvalið og starfað í gestavinnustofum SÍM á Seljavegi og á Korpúlfsstöðum í júní. 
Verkin á sýningunni eru afrakstur rannsókna og vinnu listamannanna sem hafa að dvalið í mánuð eða lengur hér á landi.

Listamennirnir koma frá ólíkum stöðum í heiminum og vinna í hinum ýmsu miðlum. Sýningin verður í SÍM salnum, Hafnarstræti 16, 101 Reykjavík.

Opnun verður fimmtudaginn 22.júní frá kl. 17:00 til 19:00. Léttar veitingar í boði. 
Sýningin verður einnig opin föstudaginn 23. júní frá kl 10:00-15:00.

Listamennirnir verða allir viðstaddir opnunina.

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A Bit of Alright
A group exhibition by guest artists that have been staying at the SÍM Residency in Seljavegur and Korpúlfsstaðir in June.
The works at the exhibition will represent results of the researches the artists have been working on for the past month or longer.

The artists come from various places around the world and work with different mediums. The exhibition will take place at Gallery SÍM, Hafnarstræti 16, 101 Reykjavík.

Opening Thursday, the 22nd of June from 17:00-19:00. 
The exhibition will also be open on Friday the 23 of June 10:00-15:00

The artist will all be present at the opening.

Artists:
Amiko Li
amikoli.com

Bailey Henderson
www.baileyhenderson.com

Bernadette Klavins
bernadetteklavins.com

Boz Schurr
www.bozschurr.com

D. Chase Angier
angierperformanceworks.com

Fleming Jeffries
www.flemingjeffries.net

George Scott MacLeod
www.macleod9.com

Hong Wei
hongweistudio.com

Joana Gelazyte
www.joanagelazyte.com

Josh Oliver
www.josholiverillustration.com

Lourdes Amira Aranda Astudillo
www.facebook.com/amiraarandanet

Mie Mogensen
www.miemogensen.com

Nicola Heidemann
www.nicolaheidemann.de

 

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Sim Residency Artist Talk
Jun
12
5:00 PM17:00

Sim Residency Artist Talk

Gestalistamenn SÍM bjóða alla velkomna á listamannaspjall mánudaginn 12.júní 17:00 í SÍM húsinu, Hafnarstræti 16.
Kaffi, te og með því á boðstólnum.

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SIM Residency artists invite everyone to their artists talk Monday the 12th of June at 5pm at the SIM house, Hafnarstræti 16.
Coffee, tea and snacks

Gestalistamenn SÍM júní 2017
// SÍM artist in Residence June 2017:


Amiko Li
amikoli.com

Bailey Henderson
www.baileyhenderson.com

Bernadette Klavins
bernadetteklavins.com

Boz Schurr
www.bozschurr.com

D. Chase Angier
angierperformanceworks.com

Fleming Jeffries
www.flemingjeffries.net

George Scott MacLeod
www.macleod9.com

Hong Wei
hongweistudio.com

Joana Gelazyte
www.joanagelazyte.com

Josh Oliver
www.josholiverillustration.com

Lourdes Amira Aranda Astudillo
www.facebook.com/amiraarandanet

Mie Mogensen
www.miemogensen.com

Nicola Heidemann
www.nicolaheidemann.de

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Iceland Residency
Jun
2
to Jun 30

Iceland Residency

Korpúlfsstaðir residency is situated in what used to be Iceland’s largest dairy farm, on the outskirts of Reykjavík with beautiful view of mt. Esja.

Korpúlfsstaðir is on the eastern outskirt of Reykjavík, 10 km away from the city center. The house, which was built in the years between 1925-30, was formerly one of the biggest dairy farms in Iceland. Today Korpúlfsstaðir houses various activities such as 40 SÍM artist studios, a textile workshop, a ceramic workshop, an artist run gallery and a golf club with a golf course outside. Korpúlfsstaðir residency is applicable for Icelandic and foreign artists for 1 – 3 months.

The SÍM guest apartment in Korpúlfsstaðir consists of a living room (TV/ sofa), a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with a shower. The residency hosts 3 artists at any given time. One big studio is shared by the 3 artists/designers staying each time. Each artist has his/her own private bedroom with two beds. 

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Hui No'eau 10 x 10 Annual Juried Exhibition Opening
May
26
5:30 PM17:30

Hui No'eau 10 x 10 Annual Juried Exhibition Opening

I've go some work in this show! My work is graphite on panel and is of the native Hawaii plant monstera deliciosa (One of my favorites!)

See the work HERE

Show Runs: Fri, May 26, 2017 9:00am  Sat, Jul 22, 2017 4:00pm 

Opening Reception: May 26, 5-7pm

Description:

When C.W Dickey designed the historic Kaluanui Estate in 1917 for Harry & Ethel Baldwin, he was one of the most celebrated architects of his time. Now, 100 years later, Kaluanui still stands as one of Maui’s most iconic legacy estates still open to the public. Celebrate 100 years of Kaluanui by entering our Centennial 10x10 Exhibition. This exhibition challenges artists to create 2D and 3D works within a defined space of 10”x10”x10”. One hundred pieces will be selected for display in this commemorative exhibition.

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89th ANNUAL Honolulu Printmakers Annual EXHIBITION Opening
Mar
1
5:00 PM17:00

89th ANNUAL Honolulu Printmakers Annual EXHIBITION Opening

  • 1111 Victoria Street Honolulu, HI, 96814 United States (map)
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MARCH 1-22, 2017

Honolulu Museum of Art School

1111 Victoria Street                                                                                                                     Honolulu, Hawaii 96816

Honolulu Printmakers announces it’s 89th Annual Exhibition at Linekona, the Honolulu Museum of Art School. This exhibition presents a carefully juried selection of the best print work from artists around the state of Hawaii working in traditional printmaking media as well as contemporary forms and hybrids.

OPENING RECEPTION: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 5-7 PM, FREE!  awards ceremony, food/drink, meet the artists, enjoy electronic sounds by Doc Congo/Aesthetic Surplus Kompany!

Gallery Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 am - 4:30 pm & Sunday 1-5 pm

Artist’s Talk: Juror Amze Emmons talks about his work and his jurying process. Sunday February 26, 4 pm, Honolulu Museum of Art School, free

Panel Discussion: Members of Honolulu Printmakers share thoughts on the future of printmaking in light of new technology. Sunday, March 12, 4:30 pm, HMAS, free

2017 Juror: Amze Emmons Honolulu Printmakers welcomes artist, educator, and writer Amze Emmons to our studio in Spring 2017 to select work for our Annual Exhibition and to teach a technical workshop in laser cutting for printmakers. Amze’s work has been widely exhibited and evokes a sense of magical/minimal realism informed by architectural illustration, comic books, cartoon language, information graphics, news footage, consumer packaging, and instruction manuals. An Associate Professor at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia, Amze is one of the three co-founders and co-editors of printeresting.org, an influential printmaking blog started in 2008.

2017 Gift Print Artist: Sally French Every year since 1933, the Honolulu Printmakers has commissioned a local printmaker to produce an edition of prints that the organization makes available to its members and the public to raise funds for its activities. Kauai-based artist Sally French is known for her dark humor and exploration of diverse materials. Originally from California, French came to Hawaii in the 1970s and set up a studio that she has maintaned for over 30 years. Having worked and taught throughout the U.S. and completed multiple mural commissions, she is currently focusing on the monotype process, as well as on hosting artist residencies at her Double Dog Dare studio.

This exhibition is free and open to the public. School groups are encouraged to visit and may arrange in advance for a guided tour.

For more information, contact:

Duncan Dempster / 536-5507 / duncan@honoluluprintmakers.org

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Pow! Wow! Worldwide 2017
Feb
13
to Feb 17

Pow! Wow! Worldwide 2017

  • 886 Queen Street Honolulu, HI, 96813 United States (map)
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POW! – It’s the impact that art has on a person.

WOW! – It’s reaction that art has on a viewer.

Together they form POW WOW, which is a Native American term that describes a gathering that celebrates culture, music and art.

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HONOLULU PRINTMAKERS IMPRESSIONS PRINT AND BOOK FAIR
Nov
25
to Nov 27

HONOLULU PRINTMAKERS IMPRESSIONS PRINT AND BOOK FAIR

  • Honolulu Museum of Art School (map)
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IMPRESSIONS PRINT AND BOOK FAIR     

Thanksgiving Weekend November 25-27, 2016, 10 am - 4 pm daily

Friday Night Prints Nov 25 6-8 pm

Honolulu Printmakers invites all printmakers in the state of Hawaii to participate in our Impressions16 Print and Book Fair.  This event is a benefit for our organization that helps us raise money to further our goal of promoting print culture in Hawaii.  It's also a great opportunity for artists to get exposure and sell their work -- hundreds of people will be coming though our studio on that weekend!

The Fair is comprised of two components: the Print Sale and the Book Fair

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