Fiber Hawai‘i Archives

Fiber Hawai'i is offered every other year. This exhibition encourages participation from artists in all media who wish to explore fiber related work. In this case fiber as a media as well as fiber as an idea is encouraged. The juror also presents a slide lecture about their work or developments in the field, which is free and open to the public. When appropriate, a workshop is also offered.

1982 Fiber Hawai'i

Juror
Arturo Sandoval

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

Media

Image: Reiko Brandon - Guardians


1984 Fiber Hawai'i

Juror
James Bassler

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos


1986 Fiber Hawai'i

Juror
Nance O'Banion

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

Image: Michael Tom - Savanna


1988 Fiber Hawai'i

Juror
Lillian Elliot

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos


1990 Fiber Hawai'i

Juror
Cynthia Schira

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

Image: Archie Brennan - tapestry detail


1992 Fiber Hawai'i

Juror
Arturo Alonzo Sandoval

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos


1995 Fiber Hawai'i

Jurors
Susan J. Sternlieb
Donald H. Rubenstein

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos


1999 Fiber Hawai'i

Juror
Junco Sato Pollack

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

Image: Fred Roster - 3-D Heddle


2003 Fiber Hawai'i 

Juror
Emily DuBois

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

Image: Bernice Akamine


2006 Fiber Hawai'i
The ARTS at Marks Garage 

Juror
Pat Hickman

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

2008 Fiber Hawai'i
The ARTS at Marks Garage

Jurors
Tom Grotta and Rhonda Brown

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

2010 Fiber Hawai'i
The ARTS at Marks Garage 

Juror
Carole Beadle

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

Image: Boris Huang


2012 Fiber Hawai‘i
Honolulu Museum of Art School

Juror
Susan Taber Avila

Prospectus

Catalog

Photos

Image: Liz Train - Autumn


2014 Fiber Hawai'i
Honolulu Museum of Art School

Juror
Carol Shaw Sutton

Prospectus & Photos

Catalog

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2016 Fiber Hawai'i
Honolulu Museum of Art School

Juror
Glen Kaufman

Prospectus & Photos

Catalog

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2018 Fiber Hawai'i
Honolulu Museum of Art School

Juror
Tom Klobe

Prospectus & Photos

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