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Nov 2018 Art Bar


Art Bar Nov 2018




Events

November 2018 Art Bar With Perry Buchalter

November 6, 2018
4:30 pm - 7:00 pm

  Tuesday, November 6th Art Bar at Hiro’s ‘Ohana Grill, Hotel Molokai from 4:30-7:00 pm. Painting Instructor: Perry Buchalter   Join us for an evening dedicated to the stunning mountains and waterfalls of Hawai’i.  Come paint with Perry Buchalter, loved for his creativity and his entertaining teaching style.  This Art Bar is bound to be […]

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7th Annual MAC Members’ Show: The Results Are In!

7th Annual MAC Members Show     Artists of all ages from all over Molokai showcased their work at the 7th Annual Molokai Arts Center Member Show last Wednesday, September 26th. Artists and art enthusiasts enjoyed ceramic pieces, paintings, jewelry, and other medium. Beautiful flowers from Kalani and Joanie Pruet, arranged in vases by Dan […]

Lecture and Demonstration of Traditional Hawaiian Tattoo with Keli’i Makua

  (photo credit: the Hawaii Public Radio)   Lecture and Demonstration of Traditional Hawaiian Tattoo with Keli’i Makua       Another Hawaiian Arts Program (HA) sponsored by MAC will be “Uhi (Traditional Hawaiian Tattoo) by Keli’i Makua.” This will be A lecture and demonstration on the traditional art of tattoo and will be held […]

Native Hawaiian Professional Development Training

    TRAINING DETAILS Here are the details for your local training: WHEN: August 23-24, 2018   TIME: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm   LOCATION: OHA Conference Room Kulana ‘Oiwi Mauna Loa Hwy, Kaunakakai, HI 96748   CONTACTS: Cassandra Ohelo Center For Native Hawaiian Advancement (808) 596-8155   Tosa Two Heart First Peoples Fund (605) […]

James Jack Exhibit at the Honolulu Museum

Exhibition Overview  (description is from the Honolulu Museum website) Since 2014, social practice artist James Jack has been working closely with Sustʻāinable Molokaʻi, the Molokaʻi Arts Center, and community leaders including Walter Ritte and Malia Akutagawa to document stories pertaining to Molokaʻi’s land. Instead of using audio or video technology to record conversations, Jack created […]

Soup ‘R Bowl 2018

  An Annual Fundraising Event for the Arts & Art Education Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the Molokai Community Health Center Doors open at 5:00 pm   Molokai Arts Center announces it’s 8th Annual signature Soup’ R Bowl fundraising event  – a fundraiser for the Arts and Art Education on Molokai.   Join us for […]