East Hawai’i Cultural Center’s Youth Arts Series (YAS) is an exciting immersion experience for young artists. Students have the opportunity to explore a variety of engaging and innovative art-making processes. We strive to enrich the artistic abilities our students in a fun, nurturing environment that stimulates their artistic talents.
YAS offers students a wide range of mediums that provide a variety of creative outlets to stimulate their imaginations and to promote their ability to think outside the box.
The workshop will function as a liberal space for the kids to explore creative possibilities under their own perception, using their bodies, the space and other objective materials to make installations, paintings, artistic actions, etc. In this way the children will stimulate their capability to interact in a creative way with their surroundings. The exercises practice techniques inspired by theater, dance and visual arts. They will create their own situations and interpretations as they play, having possibly, for the first time, a formal encounter with conceptual and action art.
Collage, Jewelry Making, and Exploratory Painting
Keiki ages 4 and up learn tool and workroom safety while making fun projects with instructor, Roseanne McGuire. 3391865 Every Friday in 2014, 3:30pm to 4:30 pm. Drop-ins welcome! $12 members, $15 non-members.
For a lot of artists the business of selling their art does not come naturally. The unfortunate end of this reality stick often goes untouched because of inexperience, indifference or a classic case of avoidance behavior. Whatever the reason or excuse, if you want to make money from your art, or increase your profits, you need to know more about business fundamentals.
July Textile and Workshop: one day workshops until July 26th and selected times from 10am to 4pm
Contact Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art for more information at 961-5711
New Men´s Clothing Line
- Men´s Aloha Silk Shirts
- New women´s apparel &accesories!
- Women´s Silk Scarves ,
- Women´s Silk Haori Kimono Dresses
- Women´s Silk Shawls
- and more!!
Teacher name: Meshel Barron
Start Day: 8/5/14 Sessions: on going , every Tuesday
Hours: 3 pm
Cost: $10 drop in or $35 for the month
Description: This program transforms traditional yoga into a fun experience by using books, songs, props, and more!
Benefits of attending: Will help improve brain power, increase balance, coordination and overall body awareness. Relax the body, promoting better sleep. Calm and clear the mind, relieving tension and stress. Expands imagination and creativity.
Avid silkworm hobbyist and respected Big Island biologist, Howard Takata will give a FREE lecture on May 10th at 10:30am on the joys and sustainability of sericulture for the Hawaiian Islands' agricultural community as well as future hobbyists. This lecture is meant to give an overview of the silkworm's life-cycle and needs, and will dovetail nicely with Akihiko Izukura's textile art exhibition, also at EHCC/Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art in Hilo.