Upcoming events

    • 03 May 2024
    • 12:00 PM
    • 31 May 2024
    • 6:00 PM
    • HEART of Honolulu Street Festival

    Artworks selected by the jurors at the campout will be on display in an exhibition at The Arts at Marks Garage for the month of May. 

    Friday, May 3, 6 - 8 PM, First Friday Opening Reception

    Friday, May 31, 6 - 8 PM, Final Friday Reception

    Raku Hoʻolauleʻa Exhibition 2024, May 1 - 31

    The ARTS at Marks Garage

    1159 Nuʻuanu Ave, Honolulu


    More Information:

    If you have any questions, or would like to find out more about how to participate, contact the Raku Hoʻolaulea chair Valerie Yokohama at valerie.yokoyama@gmail.com, or contact Hawaiʻi Craftsmen at adminassist@hawaiicraftsmen.org.



    • 07 Jun 2024
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Register

    JOIN US FOR GUEST ARTIST ANNE HAVEL LECTURE ON ENAMELING

    Anne Havel, will present a slide presentation and lecture about her creative perspective within the enameling craft. This lecture is free and open to the public. Her following 2-day workshop called Explore, Expand, Excel with Torch-Fired Enameling" begins on Saturday, for more information, visit our 'Aha Hana Lima 2024 page.




    LOCATION
    El Dorado - Casting Lab, 
    1130 Bishop Street, Honolulu, Hawaii

    Friday, June 7, from 5 PM - 7 PM

    FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! PLEASE BRING A POTLUCK ITEM!

    REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE LECTURE


    ABOUT ANNE HAVEL

    An Havel's enamel work with a metal and wood settingAnne is an independent studio artist for over 20 years, teaching workshops and exhibiting in juried fine craft shows. Work is included in the permanent collections of: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, the Crocker Art Museum, University of Arkansas, Little Rock Department of Art and Design Permanent Art Collection, the Enamel Arts Foundation, and numerous private collections. Service is a critical part of her journey; she is a reformed CPA. Anne likes to state it as: "I now use my powers for good, serving as treasurer on several boards of directors." To learn more about Anne Havel, visit her website: annehavel.com

    • 08 Jun 2024
    • 09 Jun 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • El Dorado - Casting Lab, 1130 Bishop Street, #3, Honolulu, Hawaii
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Last day to Register is June 1

    JOIN US FOR 'AHA HANA LIMA 2024 ON O'AHU FEATURING GUEST ARTIST ANNE HAVEL

    An Havel's enamel work with a metal and wood setting

    Immerse yourself in new ideas and principals in this 2-day intensive workshop. Anne Havel will be demonstrating techniques to create one-of-a-kind enamel pieces. Teaching you how to utilize various methods of line creation and imagery to design your enamel pieces. Through a process of applying successive layers of liquid, acrylic, as well as transparent and opaque powdered enamels, technique such as sgraffito, graphite, sifting, firescale, acid-etching, and painting (Limoges), you will use a torch to permanently set the work. She will also present how under firing, maturity, and over-firing build and preserve your drawings and layers in your work. 

    Tailored for craftsmen of all levels working across various craft media, Anne's workshop offers a unique opportunity to delve into a technique that transcends traditional boundaries. What sets her workshop apart is its accessibility, no costly equipment is required, and the resulting enameled pieces can seamlessly integrate into mediums beyond metalsmithing and jewelry making.

    We encourage you to attend the artist lecture on Friday, June 7, to learn more about Anne's work and meet other artists taking the workshop.

    SKILLS YOU WILL LEARN

    • Torch safety, and proper use
    • How and why various torches and torch tips are used
    • Use of small tools, like forming hammers, jewelers saw, files, scratching tools, etc.
    • Metal preparation, including forming, to create stable pieces
    • Reviewing gauges of metal and how to decide which to use & why
    • Use of liquid, powdered, and other enamels and what is best suited for your project
    • Ways of containing the heat to expedite enamel flow
    • Approaches to firing, and how to recognize each type of firing as it occurs

    REGISTRATION DETAILS

    Hawai'i Craftsmen brings you this workshop in partnership with:

    El Dorado A Honolulu Casting Lab, logoEl Dorado - Casting Lab, #3
    1130 Bishop Street, Honolulu, Hawaii

    O'ahu Workshop Dates

    Saturday June 8 & Sunday, June 9, from 9 AM - 5 PM

    Supply fee:

    $10 (paid to the instructor on the workshops first day)

    TUITION COSTS

    • Hawai'i Craftsmen & El Dorado* Member $300
    • Hawai'i Craftsmen Student Member: $150
    • Non-Members: $400

    *El Dorado members will need to use a promo code during registration to access the Hawai'i Craftsmen Membership rate. Please contact your organization's administrative assistant if you have not received it yet.

      SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

      Hawai'i Craftsmen logo with Educate, Create, Innovate written underneathHawai'i Craftsmen is offering one scholarship for the O'ahu workshop, which covers the cost of registration! All O'ahu scholarship applications are due by Saturday, June 1. To apply for the scholarship, please click here.


      The scholarship is provided by Hawai'i Craftsmen, and underwritten by Hawai'i Craftsmen Endowment Fund, and was started with funds from Frances Pickens. 

      If you are selected for the scholarship and have already registered, you will be refunded for the tuition amount. Scholarship winners are responsible for covering the materials fee ($10) due to the instructor on the first day of the workshop.

      ABOUT ANNE HAVEL

      Anne is an independent studio artist for over 20 years, teaching workshops and exhibiting in juried fine craft shows. Work is included in the permanent collections of: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, the Crocker Art Museum, University of Arkansas, Little Rock Department of Art and Design Permanent Art Collection, the Enamel Arts Foundation, and numerous private collections. Service is a critical part of her journey; she is a reformed CPA. Anne likes to state it as: "I now use my powers for good, serving as treasurer on several boards of directors." To learn more about Anne Havel, visit her website: annehavel.com

      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.
       
      • 14 Jun 2024
      • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
      • Hui No`eau Visual Arts Center, Solarium - 2841 Baldwin Road, Makawao, HI
      Register

      JOIN US FOR GUEST ARTIST ANNE HAVEL LECTURE ON ENAMELING

      Anne Havel, will present a slide presentation and lecture about her creative perspective within the enameling craft. This lecture is free and open to the public. Her following 2-day workshop called Explore, Expand, Excel with Torch-Fired Enameling" begins on Saturday, for more information, visit our 'Aha Hana Lima 2024 page.





      LOCATION

      Hui No`eau Visual Arts Center, Solarium
      Located in the main building at 2841 Baldwin Road, Makawao
      Park in the main gravel lot.

      Friday, June 14, from 5 PM - 7 PM

      FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

      REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE LECTURE


      ABOUT ANNE HAVEL

      An Havel's enamel work with a metal and wood setting

      Anne is an independent studio artist for over 20 years, teaching workshops and exhibiting in juried fine craft shows. Work is included in the permanent collections of: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, the Crocker Art Museum, University of Arkansas, Little Rock Department of Art and Design Permanent Art Collection, the Enamel Arts Foundation, and numerous private collections. Service is a critical part of her journey; she is a reformed CPA. Anne likes to state it as: "I now use my powers for good, serving as treasurer on several boards of directors." To learn more about Anne Havel, visit her website: annehavel.com

      • 15 Jun 2024
      • 9:00 AM
      • 16 Jun 2024
      • 5:00 PM
      • Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center - Jewelry Studio 2841 Baldwin Ave, Makawao, HI
      • 8
      Register

      Last day to Register is June 8

      JOIN US FOR 'AHA HANA LIMA 2024 ON MAUI, FEATURING GUEST ARTIST ANNE HAVEL

      An Havel's enamel work with a metal and wood setting

      Immerse yourself in new ideas and principals in this 2-day intensive workshop. Anne Havel will be demonstrating techniques to create one-of-a-kind enamel pieces. Teaching you how to utilize various methods of line creation and imagery to design your enamel pieces. Through a process of applying successive layers of liquid, acrylic, as well as transparent and opaque powdered enamels, technique such as sgraffito, graphite, sifting, firescale, acid-etching, and painting (Limoges), you will use a torch to permanently set the work. She will also present how under firing, maturity, and over-firing build and preserve your drawings and layers in your work. 

      Tailored for craftsmen of all levels working across various craft media, Anne's workshop offers a unique opportunity to delve into a technique that transcends traditional boundaries. What sets her workshop apart is its accessibility, no costly equipment is required, and the resulting enameled pieces can seamlessly integrate into mediums beyond metalsmithing and jewelry making.

      We encourage you to attend the artist lecture on Friday, June 14, to learn more about Anne's work and meet other artists taking the workshop.

      SKILLS YOU WILL LEARN

      • Torch safety, and proper use
      • How and why various torches and torch tips are used
      • Use of small tools, like forming hammers, jewelers saw, files, scratching tools, etc.
      • Metal preparation, including forming, to create stable pieces
      • Reviewing gauges of metal and how to decide which to use & why
      • Use of liquid, powdered, and other enamels and what is best suited for your project
      • Ways of containing the heat to expedite enamel flow
      • Approaches to firing, and how to recognize each type of firing as it occurs

      MAUI WORKSHOP DETAILS

      Hawai'i Craftsmen brings you this workshop in partnership with:

      Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center LogoHui No’eau Visual Arts Center

      2841 Baldwin Ave, Makawao, HI

      Workshop Dates

      Jewelry Studio at the Hui
      Saturday, June 15 & Sunday, June 16
      9 AM - 5 PM

      Supply fee:

      $10 (paid to the instructor on the workshops first day)

      TUITION COSTS

      • Hawai'i Craftsmen & Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center* Member $300
      • Hawai'i Craftsmen Student Member: $150
      • Non-Members: $400

      *Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center Members members will need to use a promo code during registration to access the Hawai'i Craftsmen Membership rate. Please contact your organization's administrative assistant if you have not received it yet.

        SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

        Hawai'i Craftsmen logo with Educate, Create, Innovate written underneathHawai'i Craftsmen is offering one scholarship for the O'ahu workshop, which covers the cost of registration! All O'ahu scholarship applications are due by Saturday, June 8. To apply for the scholarship, please click here.


        The scholarship is provided by Hawai'i Craftsmen, and underwritten by Hawai'i Craftsmen Endowment Fund, and was started with funds from Frances Pickens. 

        If you are selected for the scholarship and have already registered, you will be refunded for the tuition amount. Scholarship winners are responsible for covering the materials fee ($10) due to the instructor on the first day of the workshop.

        ABOUT ANNE HAVEL

        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.
         


        Anne is an independent studio artist for over 20 years, teaching workshops and exhibiting in juried fine craft shows. Work is included in the permanent collections of: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, the Crocker Art Museum, University of Arkansas, Little Rock Department of Art and Design Permanent Art Collection, the Enamel Arts Foundation, and numerous private collections. Service is a critical part of her journey; she is a reformed CPA. Anne likes to state it as: "I now use my powers for good, serving as treasurer on several boards of directors." To learn more about Anne Havel, visit her website: annehavel.com




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