a multimedia event...here at HMOCA/EHCC
Programs & Events
More than 50 artists are now showing their art at the Museum of Contemporary Art/Ehcc.
Come celebrate Latino Culture with us on November 1st through November 7th!
November 1st Join the gathering at Kalakaua Park for the candle parade to HMOCA for the unveiling of the Day of the Dead Altars created by local latino artists.
Join in the festivities! Latino Music, Food, Dance!
For the Kaiki: face painting, games promoting Latino Culture!
Sample wonderful Latino food!
Interested artists, food vendors, face painting artists, musicians wanting to participate call 961 5711.
Presented By: EHCC/ Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art
INTAKE: Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, 10 am ~ 6 pm Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, 10 am ~ 12 noon
38th Annual Big Island Fall Arts Festival Held at: EHCC/Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art 141 Kalakaua Street Hilo HI 96720 (808) 961-5711 / (808) 935-9085
JUROR TO BE ANNOUNCED
A special, intensive workshop designed to unleash our own authentic voices from the prisons in which they are held. We will explore our inhibitions due to childhood traumas, self imposed limitations or simple lack of technical instructions. This workshop is intended for both professionals and aspiring singers, storytellers, speakers, teachers or shower divas! Vocal basics will be covered... Psychological influences uncovered... In order to DISCOVER our own authentic self expression through the VOICE... The oldest instrument of human kind.
"SACRED SITES OF KOHALA" Photographs by Jan Beckett Presented by "The Society for Hawaiian Archaeology"
From October 3rd. through October 29
Visit Jan Becket website: http://www.janbecket.net/
Coming on September
HOURS: Fridays and Saturdays from 4pm – 6pm COST: $250.00 members, $275.00 non-members
Learn to see ambient light and how to use it when photographing people and the environment
PREREQUISITES: knowledge of Aperture and Shutter speeds on manual setting.
OBJECTIVES: To understand the use of ambient light on people in the environment. Learn to use an external flash with confidence to enhance or fill while photographing subjects.
MATERIALS: Digital Camera. External flash and laptop optional.
Instructor: Augusto Murillo
Teacher: Rosaline Maxx
Dates: Saturday September 20th – October 11th
Total Sessions: 4
Time: 3:30 to 5:30pm
Fee: $100 non-members, $80 members
Lab Fee: $20
This class will introduce you to painting techniques used in theatre, film and decorative venues.
Materials that will be provide for the teacher are: tint rack, paint, muslin, specialty brushes, glazes, and more.
Instructor: Rose Adare
Students will learn the many ways of using gold leaf
Materials; Students need to bring 2 canvas 4×5 and 9×10 -Paint, Brushes, Palette, other materials used to paint, (Apron-rags-etc)
Start on September 16, 2014 Dates: Tuesdays – Wednesdays – Thursdays Hours: 5pm – 7pm Sessions: 9 sessions Total hours: 18
Cost:$130 members – $150 non members – $150 students
Description: For amateurs of all ages, 10 students per course in order to give the maximum attention, a course indoors, plus Field trips.
Target Audience: To all people that want to lear more about photography and manual settings of the camera.
Benefits of attendance: Students will be knowledgeable about their camera and manipulating natural light in order to create images.
Instructor: Rose Adare
Understanding simple steps to painting portraiture
Level: Beginner (all levels welcome)
Dates: September 12-13-14, 2014
Time: 10 to 4pm
Sessions : 3
Cost: $45 Members $50 Non-members
Need to bring 2 canvas : 4×5+ 9×10 or 10×14
Need: Paints, brushes, palette, rags, + materials used to paint.