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Haku Mele – Simple Song Writing

by Paula Scott

JOIN US: HAKU MELEA look at simple song writing& slam poetry about Molokai PRESENTED BY: Mae Paiekulani Jeremiah-Wong February 18, 2019 5:30-7:30pm Molokai Arts Center Kulani Jeremiah-Wong was born and raised in the towns of Hau’ula & Kahuku in the Ko’olauloa moku on O’ahu. A young mother (of 1) and now grandmother (of 6) she spends […]

Wow! You Did It!!

by Paula Scott

WOW!!You did it!!! You helped us reach our fundraising goal of $10,000.00 in our recent fundraiser with the Aloha For Charities drive. A very heartfelt and sincere thank you for helping us reach that goal. We are grateful and humbled by such incredible support.

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

by Paula Scott

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 […]

James Jack Exhibit at the Honolulu Museum

by Paula Scott

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

by Paula Scott

  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 […]

RFQ: Executive Director

by Paula Scott

    JOB OPPORTUNITY DIRECTOR OF NON-PROFIT   The Molokai Arts Center is seeking a part-time (19 hours per week) director of its non-profit organization. Responsibilities include: program development and coordination, public relations, grant writing, membership and donor development, and community outreach and partnerships (on island and state wide). The salary is $25/hr and the […]

Jan 2018 Art Bar With Ava Fedorov

by Paula Scott

Ava Fedorov Acrylic and Ink Mixed Media Tuesday, January 9th 5-7pm at Hiro’s ‘Ohana Grill $24 MAC Members / $30 nonmembers Includes class and materials. Drinks and pupus may be purchased separately.Ava Fedorov is an Oahu based artist who’s mixed media work involves drawing, painting, encaustic, digital printmaking, and sculpture. She has participated in numerous exhibitions […]

Make a Donation for our Charity!

by Paula Scott

Molokai Arts Center Your donation to us through friendsofhawaii.org will trigger a bonus boost to your gift from funds raised at the Sony Open by Friends of Hawaii Charities! As a Friends of Hawaii Charities charitable grant recipient, we are honored to participate in this annual fund-raising opportunity, called “Aloha for Hawaii Charities,” offered in […]

2017 MAC Member Show Winners

by Paula Scott

(we think everyone is a winner, but here is the list of those that received awards):   College Student Award: Matio Sibayan for “Coil Pot” Boar Of Directors Emerging Artist Award: April Maddela for “Melting Pot” Hawaii Craftsmen Membership Awards: Dan Bennett for “Ocean Jar with Lid” and Misty Mollena for “Family Hairpin” Hawaii Craftsmen […]

Art Bar is Back!

by Paula Scott

    The Molokai Arts Center will be resuming the popular monthly class “Art Bar” at Hiro’s ‘Ohana Grill starting Tuesday, November 7th from 5-7pm, featuring a different teacher each month. November’s instructor will be artist and local high school art teacher Perry Buchalter, who will be teaching how to paint a Hawaiian landscape using […]