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Way Two Many Sopranos: Louder Than Words

Friday, January 26, 2018 - 7:00pm to Saturday, January 27, 2018 - 7:00pm
The vocal duo Two Many Sopranos, consisting of singers Amy Horst and Erin Smith, will bring their unique interpretations of classics and new favorites to Hilo. The duo's pianist is WalterGreenwood. Joining them are local theater standouts Norman Arancon, Kathy Frankovic, Phill Russell, and Douglas Wayman. The performers will also be accompanied by Quack Moore and Loren Antolik. 
 
The show's program, entitled Way Two Many Sopranos: Louder Than Words, presents music for trio, duet, and solo voices both with piano and guitar.

Exploring Color, Shape, & Expression with David 'Meggs' Hooke & Miya Tsukazaki

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Friday, January 5, 2018 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Temple Children & The Youth Arts Series!

Exploring Color, Shape, and Expression with David 'MEGGS' Hooke and Miya Tsukazaki

Class will be held in the EHCC Annex Off-Center Gallery

Friday, January 5th from 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM

Keiki ages 10-17

Class fee: $25.00

This is a fundraising event, all proceeds will benefit the East Hawai‘i Cultural Center.

YAS: POP-UPS!

Monday, January 1, 2018 - 10:00am

The Youth Arts Series: Pop-Up Workshops 2018

The Youth Arts Series is excited to introduce it’s Spring 2018 line up of individual workshop installments. Our Pop-Up workshops are single topic sessions that round out the YAS calendar between our annual Fall Break and Summer day-camp programming. New Pop-Ups are constantly in the works, don’t miss out on these exciting and unique art opportunities! Be sure to check back or sign up for the EHCC newsletter on the homepage.

First Annual Big Island Clay Exhibit

Friday, December 1, 2017 - 5:00pm to Friday, January 26, 2018 - 4:00pm

FROM THE CREATOR and Chairman, Stephen Freedman

A few generations ago our professions left us with surnames such as Fisher, Carpenter, Barber, Shoemaker, and Potter. Those trade names – now all nearly extinct lines of work, reflect an estrangement from our human nature, and the products of our labor. The joy we once derived from all of those natural activities, the vocations which supported our hunter-gatherer ancestors, have been specialized and sent to factories, or outsourced to other countries.

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