Kahi will be participating in the “Drawn Out” portion of August Moon happening at HAA on August 6. Proceeds benefit art education. August Moon is a wine and food tasting event being held at night in a wonderful artistic atmosphere. Visit the link for more info
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Much anticipated Art Park is right around the corner! A space for people and art, the Art Park will feature over 40 artists CREATING simultaneously during the day on Saturday June 25 from 11 am – 5 pm. Artists, demos, drawing tables, and participating vendors will be mixed up with Ward Warehouse visitors and diners. There will be a Community Mural, where kids will be able to join in, a Keiki Art Area, and a cool Self Serve Snapshot Station! It will be an interesting event, Please Join us! Cross our fingers for success–we would like to do it again in 2012!
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Do Your pART! is a silent auction occurring inside Na Mea Hawai’i at Ward Warehouse. With over 50 items to bid on, originals and reproductions donated by talented artists, proceeds benefiting Art programs in Hawai’i Charter Schools. Three days only June 24, 25 & 26. “Bid Often, Stay Late, Call In!”
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Anticipated month long event every year, Maoli Arts Month is here. This year, tribute is made to Artist and Visionary, Hiko’ula Hanapi, whose goal in making Hawaiian Art more accessible to the community had been accomplished way before his passing (We Love You Hiko!). Visit www.maoliartsmonth.org for the complete schedule of events (throughout April, May, and part of June). You can see some of Kahi’s work at The ARTS at Marks Garage gallery exhibit (thru June 5), and during a Silent Auction held during the Wearable Art Show (May 19). Lots of things to see and do! Don’t miss out! Remember, this event happens once a year!
Just a reminder that we offer signage services of all kinds!
See our latest installation at: http://blog.honoluluacademy.org/?p=2280
for the Honolulu Academy of Arts, one of our greatest inspirations! Be sure to check out the Vogel Collection, a collection of modern works donated by a married couple (with no children), 50 works to each of the 50 states! — A very thoughtful idea, everyone across America can enjoy!
If you like going to the Punahou Carnival every year, please be sure to visit the Gallery. Kahi will have the “Spirit Series” (from ASJE 2010) copper piece here and a photograph from his “Botanical Series” (three photos from this series are part of the newly renovated Double Tree Alana Waikiki). 50% of the selling price directly benefit Punahou School’s Financial Aid Program. While our daughter is currently in the Wait Pool at Kamehameha Schools, considering Punahou is an option so long as financial aid is available–so let’s keep the program going. The carnival is on for two days only, Friday Feb. 4 and Saturday Feb. 5 from 11 am – 11pm. Put some cash aside from now ’til then and we’ll see you there!
Now that Kahi will be teaching Bonsai at the Academy, he is officially part of the faculty, and will be participating in the 2nd Annual Honolulu Academy of Arts Faculty & Staff exhibition. We have worked as vendors with the Academy for 10 years now and we have discovered many talents within the HAA family.
Opening reception: Friday, January 7, 2011, 5.30–9pm, Artist presentations, Pecha Kucha #12: 6.30pm, Art demonstrations by faculty, Music by: Heart & Soul, Cultural Nation, and others
Exhibition will remain on view through: January 28, 2011
The Academy Art Center at Linekona, 1111 Victoria Street, Honolulu, HI 96814
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“Celebrating All Things Creative” — We will be putting together a Mini-MAiRT (Maoli Art in Real Time) display here–check it out!
We say Aloha ‘oe to MAMo Gallery, for now…its been a great seven months, a wonderful experience for ALL. A Hui Hou!, we look forward to doing it all over again when the time comes. Mahalo MAMo Gallery Artists and supporters, we couldn’t have done this without you!!!