AHA NEEDS A DESK TOP PUBLISHING VOLUNTEER
Aloha everyone, AHA needs a volunter to make postcard and e-anouncements for our Aloha show and Contempporary show using Vista Point or some such program. The position involves only a handfull of invitations and or announcements of our coming show receptions. Without this we cannot reach a bigger audience of guests for our award shows. Please let me know asap if anyone is willing to take this on. Mahalo, President Tony firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to call me 398-1863. We need the Aloha show postcards done and printed by entry day July 31.CALL TO ARTISTS FOR SUMMER SIZZLE AT HCC
Aloha everyone, as of today we only have about 3 artists for our Summer Sizzle show at HCC. Theme is pretty open but we have no artists. Anyone interested please contact Priscilla or myself asap. Entry day is Sunday June 28 9 a.m. AHA doesn't want to lose HCC as a venue but we need to supply the demand . . . Mahalo, President Tony For Prospectus, click HERE.AHA WEB MASTER NEEDED
Aloha , We are in need of a new web master for the AHA web site. If anyone is interested please contact myself or Priscilla. My e-mail is email@example.com or feel free to call me at 398-1863 Mahalo, President TonyNEW PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN FOR THE AHA
Warren Stenberg is our new publicity chairperson for the AHA. He will be responsible for marketing the AHA activities to the public by contacting the newspapers, radio and other media of our events. His phone number is: 262-8306 and his email address is: Warsten.firstname.lastname@example.org.PROSPECTUS FOR THE 39TH ANNUAL ALOHA SHOW Click HERE.
Dates: Friday, July 31, 2009 (Intake Day: from 9:30am to 10:30am) to August 24, 2009 (Take Down Day: from 12:00pm to 2:00 pm)SUMMER ORIGAMI WORKSHOP
Gallery Hours at Honolulu Hale: Mon.-Friday from 7:30am to 5:00pm.
Reception: Friday, August 7, 2009, 5:00PM - 7:00PM. Entrants are requested to bring a pupu to share.
Juror: Mr. Michael Schnack, owner of Cedar Street Galleries.
Awards: Best in Show, 1st Place, 2nd Place and 3rd Place with 3 Honorable Mentions.
The Contemporary MuseumNATIONAL ARTS PROGRAM EXHIBIT AT HONOLULU HALE
June 26, 2009 (1-3 p.m.)
$15 TCM members; $20 non-members
Take a summer break from email and treat someone special to a handmade origami card. This unique summer workshop is open to all ages, keiki (6 and up) and adults alike. Three different origami models will be taught from the very simple sailboat, to the low-intermediate twist fish, to the more challenging butterfly. Learn at your level and then create unique note cards with beautiful handmade papers. Come ready to have fun! Reservations are required. Please call or email Quala-Lynn Young, Curator of Education at email@example.com.
Artwork created by City and County of Honolulu employees and their family members will be on display
The at Honolulu Hale.Fourth Annual Exhibit of The National Arts Program® in Honolulu is being presented by The National Arts Program Foundation and the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts. The program was established in 1983 by The National Arts Program Foundation to identify the artistic talents of our nation. The program involves employees and family members of municipal and county governments and businesses, and is gradually expanding to include the general public. All works will be judged by professional arts practitioners in the following categories: amateur, intermediate, professional, and youth.
It currently reaches more than 450 cities and communities in 44 states and the District of Columbia in 84 annual venues. The City and County of Honolulu is currently the only organization in the state of Hawaii to participate in this program.
Exhibit hours are through Friday. Exhibit viewing is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts at or visit www.honolulu.gov/moca.
ART EXHIBIT AT HO'OMALUHIA BOTANICAL GARDEN GALLERY
An Exhibition of New, Recent and Rediscovered Works by five Association of Hawaii Artists members: David DEVENOT, Charlene HUGHES, Ruth Laird PISTOR, Warren STENBERG & Hank WHITTINGTONHAWAII ARTS BEAT . . . MUSIC, ART, ENTERTAINMENT, CULTURE
July 1 thru July 30,2009
Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden Gallery
45-860 Luluku Road, Kaneohe, HI 96734
Please join us at our Artists' Reception
SUNDAY JULY 5th 3PM – 5 PM
Please Join Us *** Ample Free Parking
(Call for more info: 262-8306)
You can get more information regarding Gallery Openings, spotlites on artSCHAEFER PORTRAIT CHALLENGE EXHIBITION
exhibitions like the Haleiwa festival, at the website: http://www.honoluluartsbeat.com
One of the features at this website has Ward Centre GAllery News: Susie Anderson has been invited to represent Oahu at the "July 4th Makawao Paint-Out Invitational - Painting a Volcano from Crater to Coast!" 22 plein air artists will be painting for 7 days from June 28 to July 4th at locations on the Island of Maui: Tedeshi Winery, Harvest Dat at O'o Farms, Alii Lavender Farm, and at the Grand Wailea Resort. Susie will be posting an updated schedule at her website: www.susieanderson.com
Mark Norseth will be having his "3rd Annual Summer Painting Demonstration" on
Saturday, June 20, 2009. Watch Mark's demonstration, bring a light suppper if
you wish, and be part of the onlookers. For details, contact Mark at: 263-2013,
or email him at:firstname.lastname@example.org
On display at the First Hawaiian Center, 999 Bishop St. There were 56 artists juried into the show from hundreds of entries. 15 of the artists did self portraits. Show runs through September 11, 2009 and is organized by the MACC. The First Hswaiian Center hours are 8:30am - 4:00pm Monday thru Thursday, and 8:30am = 6:00pm on Friday. The Schaefer Portrait Challenge is a spectacular exhibit, not to be missed.Connie Hennings-Chilton showed her work in Fukuoka Japan in June along
with a Hula Festival at the Fukuoka Sun Palace Hotels and resort, June 6-7. The
main sponsors of the event - Aloha Monarch RKB Hawaii. One of her pieces to be
featured in their brochure is LEGEND OF THE TARO.