We are excited to announce that our 2022 exhibition will travel from Oʻahu to Maui in partnership with the Maui Arts & Cultural Center! The exhibition will begin at the Downtown Art Center and then travel to the Schaefer International Gallery, Maui Arts & Cultural Center through December. Registration is open 1 Aug 2022, 12:01 AM - 15 Aug 2022, 11:59 PM
Selected work from the 2021 exhibition: Daniel Harano, Kaleidonism in Division, Ceramic, Oʻahu; Georgia P. Sartoris, Hue Wai Pawehe. #119, Traditional dyed Hawaiian gourd, Hawaiʻi Island; Ellen Crocker, Torn Apart or Mending?, Hand-stitched on muslin with Japanese cotton sashiko thread, Hawaiʻi Island.
Downtown Art Center, Honolulu, HI
Schaefer International Gallery, Maui Arts & Cultural Center (MACC), Kahului, Maui
2022 RAKU HO'OLAULE'A AT CAMP MOKULE’IA UPDATE
Dear Hawaii Craftsmen Members and Raku Enthusiasts,
I regret that we will again push our Raku Ho`olaule`a event further into the future. Whereas we would be working outside and City & County restrictions have been lifted, many of the ceramic studios and artist workspaces continue to have restricted and no access. Because a large share of our groups are locked out of their spaces and unable to produce work, we have decided to plan our next Raku Ho`olaule`a for March 23 - 26 or March 24 - 27, 2023.
This will give everyone time to create more work, be healthy and join in in the planning process to make our reunion Raku something special.
Feel free to contact me, any of the group leaders or our Chairs: Valerie Yokoyma and Drew Matsumoto through email@example.com with your questions and suggestions and to volunteer to help plan.
Mahalo for your patience, support and understanding.
Jackie Mild Lau
Hawaii Craftsmen Board of Directors
Junko Sato Pollack