Upcoming events

    • 23 Jul 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 20 Aug 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • Honolulu Museum of Art School Gallery, 1111 Victoria St.
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    • 25 Aug 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • U.H. Manoa
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    August 25th, Saturday, 10am -12pm
    Tea Ceremony Demonstration 

    UH-Manoa
    East-West Center Garden Tea House
    1601 East-West Road
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96848

    Each year Raku Ho’olaule’a is preceded with a traditional Japanese tea ceremony presented by the Urasenke School of Tea in the Jakuan Tea House of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, East-West Center Garden.  This demonstration is open to all.

    With a lineage going back 400 years, the Urasenke School of Tea was founded in Kyoto, Japan.  Presently it is a worldwide organization dedicated to “Chado, The Way of Tea” and the four Zen principles of Wa, Kei, Sei, and Jaku - Harmony, Respect, Purity and Tranquility.  The school provides jurors and guidance in the selection of objects for exhibition in the traditional category, as well as a tea ceremony demonstration , and we are grateful for their continuing participation. 


    • 25 Aug 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • U.H. Manoa
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    August 25th, Saturday, 12pm-5pm
    Tea Bowl Workshop

    UH-Manoa
    Art Department Ceramics Lab
    2535 McCarthy mall
    Honolulu, HI 96822

    Following the tea ceremony, Master potter Ed Higa leads a free, hands-on workshop where participants shape and carve their own tea bowls. The workshop starts with an introduction to tea ceremony implements and forms intended to explain work that will be eligible for the Traditional category in the exhibition. 


    • 30 Aug 2018
    • Honolulu Museum of Art School Gallery, 1111 Victoria St.
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    In, Of, or About Fiber
    Fiber Hawaii 2018

    SLIDE LETURE WITH TOM KLOBE
    MODELS OF COLLABORATION

    August 30th 6:30 pm (POTLUCK AT 5:30 pm)

    Honolulu Museum of Art School Gallery
    1111 Victoria St. Honolulu, Hawaii 96814

    Juror Tom Klobe will share an overview of significant fiber arts exhibits he organized over the years, with a focus on the importance of collaborative efforts. Refecting on this work Klobe says, “ The concept of collaborations must become more integral to our planning and our manner of working in the 21st century. We must work to bring individuals, departments, institutions, communities and even countries together. We must see relationships and build bridges. Here is strength in collaborative efforts. Institutions benefit from the collaborative planning, shared costs and publicity that working together generates. Leverage, visibility and impact are attained by joining forces. Collaborations build community confidence that, in turn, often brings increased corporate and government funding for museums and cultural organizations. Above all, working together brings people together. New ideas are generated, new courses are plotted, and new futures are proposed .”

    FREE TO THE PUBLIC

    • 18 Sep 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Windward Community College
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    September 18, Tuesday, 6pm-7:30pm
    Slide Lecture

    Please help us prepare and accommodate all attendees at this venue by registering

    Windward Community College
    Hale Pālanakila Ceramics Studio
    Room 227
    45-720 Keaahala Rd
    Kaneohe, HI 96744

    Free parking is available in the lot across from Hale Pālanakila, road-side parking along Ala Koolau Street, and other parking lots on campus a short walk from Hale Pālanakila.



    • 19 Sep 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Windward Community College
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    September 19, Wedensday, 6pm-8pm
    Wet Clay Demonstration

    Note: Participants are invited to copy the artist’s paper templates and should bring pencils/pens, poster board and scissors.

    Please help us prepare and accommodate all attendees at this venue by registering

    Windward Community College
    Hale Pālanakila Ceramics Studio
    Room 216
    45-720 Keaahala Rd
    Kaneohe, HI 96744

    Free parking is available in the lot across from Hale Pālanakila, road-side parking along Ala Koolau Street, and other parking lots on campus a short walk from Hale Pālanakila.



    • 21 Sep 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • 24 Sep 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Mokule'ia in Waialua, O'ahu
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    Raku Ho‘olaule‘a 2018

    September 21-24, 2018


    Camp Mokuleia
    68-729 Farrington Hwy
    Waialua, HI 96791

    Raku Ho‘olaule‘a is focused around three days of communing, glazing and firing artwork by the beach at Camp Mokule‘ia.  The public is invited to visit and watch the firings all weekend.  Jurying of artwork for the annual exhibition takes place at the beach on Monday morning prior to striking camp. 

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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