‘AHA HANA LIMA 2021

  • 14 Mar 2021
  • 6:00 AM
  • 31 Mar 2021
  • 11:59 PM
  • ONLINE
  • 37

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'Aha Hana Lima ("Gathering of the Crafts") is held annually. Traditionally it is a series of intensive 3-day workshops, lectures, and dialogs concerned with various media: clay, metal, wood, fiber, or glass. Being in the era COVID19 - Let's Go Virtual!

Hawai’i Craftsmen has put together a menu of Virtual Online Workshops with a special discount for Hawai’i Craftsmen members.  We have partnered with experienced and trusted providers of online education and have made arrangements for Hawaii Craftsmen members to receive a 40% discount on classes, workshops, demos or lectures.

This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass.   On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently.  Day two will focus on the bowl.  By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process.  Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle.   Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience.  Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course. 
This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass.   On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently.  Day two will focus on the bowl.  By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process.  Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle.   Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience.  Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course. 
This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass.   On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently.  Day two will focus on the bowl.  By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process.  Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle.   Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience.  Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course. 
This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass.   On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently.  Day two will focus on the bowl.  By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process.  Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle.   Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience.  Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course. 
This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass.   On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently.  Day two will focus on the bowl.  By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process.  Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle.   Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience.  Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course. 
This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass.   On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently.  Day two will focus on the bowl.  By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process.  Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle.   Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience.  Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course. 
This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass.   On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently.  Day two will focus on the bowl.  By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process.  Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle.   Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience.  Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course. 
This three-day intensive will methodically piece together the steps necessary to make tumblers, bowls and bottles in clear glass. On day one, we will revisit the tumbler, focusing on thinness, puntys, and working efficiently. Day two will focus on the bowl. By simplifying the process, students will learn to make a variety of bowl forms while gaining confidence in the blowing process. Day three will explore the particular heating and shaping skills needed to form the bottle. Instruction will be personalized and detailed to your level of experience. Working efficiently, creating thinner pieces and building confidence will be the goals of the course.
 



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 MEMBERS

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