Hawaii Craftsmen 50th Annual Statewide Juried Exhbition 

Artwork by Harue McVay and photography by Jon Rawlings

OCTOBER 25-NOVEMBER 10, 2017

Honolulu Museum of Art School
Main Gallery 
1111 Victoria St. 
Honolulu, HI 96814
(808) 532-8741

Gallery Hours

Closed Mondays
Tu. - Sa. 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Su. 1:00 - 5:00 pm 
Free for public viewing


MOLOKAʻI & LANAʻI

ONLINE JURYING ONLY

No intake; online jurying only. Accepted artworks will be announced via email by October 16. 

Molokai Chair:

Paula Scott
pmondoy@gmail.com
(808) 567-9604

HAWAIʻI ISLAND

OCTOBER 16
INTAKE, JURYING & JUROR LECTURE

INTAKE 2-4PM
JURYING 4-5PM
ART PICKUP 5:45-7PM

PUBLIC JUROR LECTURE 
5-5:45PM

Volcano Arts Center
19-4074 Old Volcano Rd.
Volcano, HI 96785

Hawaii Island Co-Chairs:

Patti Pease Johnson
pattij3@hawaiiantel.net
(808) 966-8861 

Evan Jenkins
epj@hawaii.edu
(808) 640-0283 


MAUI

OCTOBER 17
INTAKE, JURYING & JUROR LECTURE

INTAKE 2-4PM
JURYING 4-5PM
ART PICKUP 5:45-7PM

PUBLIC JUROR LECTURE
5-5:45PM

UH Maui College
Heona Art Building Foyer
310 W Kaahumanu Ave.
Kahului, HI 96732 

*For intake: enter via recycling center on Wahinepio Ave.

Maui Co-chairs: 

Ted Loberg & Mary Ann Leigh
maryannie@hawaii.rr.com
(808)446-6036 
(808) 661-2028

KAUAʻI

OCTOBER 18
INTAKE, JURYING & JUROR LECTURE

INTAKE 2-4PM
JURYING 4-5PM
ART PICKUP 5:45-7PM

PUBLIC JUROR LECTURE
5-5:45PM

galerie 103

2829 Ala Kalanikaumaka Rd., Kukuiʻula Village
Koloa, HI 96756

Kauai Chair: 

Carol Ann Davis, carolanndavis@hawaii.rr.com
(808)639-1936

OʻAHU

OCTOBER 18 
INTAKE

INTAKE 5-8PM

OCTOBER 19
JURYING

JURYING  1-5PM
ART PICKUP 5-7PM

Honolulu Museum of Art School, Main Gallery
1111 Victoria St.
Honolulu, HI 96814
(808) 532-8741

Oahu Chair:

Barbara Thompson
barbarathompson@
hawaiicraftsmen.org
(808)256-8120

NOVEMBER 10

POST-EXHIBITION ART PICKUP 4:30-8:00 PM 

FOR MORE INFORMATION: WWW.HAWAIICRAFTSMEN.ORG
WWW.CALLFORENTRY.ORG
INFO@HAWAIICRAFTSMEN.ORG
OR (808) 521-3282


MAGDALENE ODUNDO
JUROR LECTURE

OCT. 20, 5:30-6:30 PM
HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART
DORIS DUKE THEATER 
900 S BERITANIA ST, HONOLULU, HI 96814

SPONSORED BY THE HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART

HAWAII CRAFTSMEN 50TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OPENING & AWARDS CEREMONY

OCT. 24, 6:30-8:30 PM
HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART SCHOOL
1111 VICTORIA ST., HONOLULU, HI 96814



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Victor Kobayashi Annual Exhibit 1980


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Hawaiʻi Craftsmen 50th Anniversary
Strategic Partnerships

Aloha,

Help us celebrate Hawaiʻi Craftsmen’s 50th Anniversary Year. In an effort to support an increased presence of fine craft programs during the year we are seeking partnerships with other art and fine craft organizations and community art centers, groups, and galleries. We hope that you will see the mutual benefits of these Strategic Partnerships and ideally we can begin an on-going working relationship to mutually support and promote Hawaii’s fine craft artists working primarily in functional and non-functional 2- and 3 dimensional art in clay, fiber, glass, wood, metal, stone, and mixed media.

We are accepting proposals for exhibits, art events, and workshops. 

Our over-arching goal is to celebrate and promote public art exhibitions, art displays, and events featuring fine craft arts and artists and by supporting artists working in clay, fiber, glass, wood, metal, stone, and mixed media through formal and informal workshops and educational opportunities. 

We consider this a fine way to celebrate 50 years of fine crafts in Hawaiʻi and we look forward to receiving an application from you at least 3 months in advance of your planned project. We are hopeful that together we can increase the appreciation and support of fine craft art throughout the state and beyond!

More Information HERE

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About our Mission

Hawaii Craftsmen celebrates fine craft as a vital and enriching part of contemporary life and supports the creative growth of our member artists and the education of the general public to the value of the crafts. We achieve our mission by increasing public awareness and appreciation of fine craft through community outreach and programs for craft artists. We provide opportunities for continuing education and regular exhibition of member work that supports and sustains a statewide community of craft artists. Our programs provide venues for shared experiences and communication and promote the organization and its members both within and without the State of Hawaii.

Our programs are designed for emerging and professional artists and craftsmen. They typically work with glass, metal, wood, fiber, clay or stone. Our members span generations from founding members (we have several Living Treasures on our roster) to students in art school. The raku program has a youth component and we have watched a generation of budding potters grow up. We take seriously our commitment to reach artist across the state and are the only arts organization to send our jurors to the neighbor islands to select work for our annual exhibition. We plan workshops on neighbor islands each year. On average, 20% or our membership (300+/-) are from the neighbor islands.

Our events are important to the community because they bring knowledge and skill to artists and audience across the Hawaiian Islands about craft in a variety of mediums. Our Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition is the ONLY exhibition that is truly statewide and includes all craft mediums. Our workshops and exhibits are highly anticipated by our members and supporters every year because of the professionalism of the instructors as well as the high quality of the craft exhibited. We strive to bring teachers and jurors from the mainland to bring fresh talents skills and perspectives to our islands. Everyone gains from the experience and it goes both ways Teachers and juror return home with a newly realized appreciation of the fine craft and passionate artists in Hawaii. This knowledge has sometimes opened up new venues for HC artists to exhibit and sell their work. Living so far from other counties and the mainland is important we do not succumb to insularity, but reach out and provide educational programs and exhibition to artist and the public all across Hawaii Art and creativity reach across languages cultures and people of all ages to generate conversion and provide fresh perspective 

For our 2014 programs we provided 634 artist experiences to approximately 250 individual artists. Because our programs are at popular arts venues such as the Honolulu Museum of Art, we reached just over 20,000 members of the public.

Partners & Allies

Hawaii Craft and Other Arts Organizations

Hawaii Craftsmen was founded in 1966 as a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting fine craft in the art community of Hawaii.  We are pleased to highlight the organizations listed here that provide a range of arts programs and services throughout the state to our members and the general public.





HAWAII CRAFTSMEN IS SUPPORTED BY THE HAWAI’I STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS,  THE HAWAII COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, THE ATHERTON FAMILY FOUNDATION, THE COOKE FOUNDATION, THE MCINERNY FOUNDATION, THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS, THE LAILA TWIGG-SMITH ART FUND, SEVERAL PRIVATE FAMILY FOUNDATIONS AND OUR MEMBERSHAWAI‘I CRAFTSMEN 1110 NUUANU AVE, HONOLULU, HI 96817info@hawaiicraftsmen.org • 808-521-3282

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