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.

Workshop description:
Join Temple Children founders, prolific street and fine artist MEGGS along with his partner, Temple Children Director, Miya Tsukazaki for this one day only creative painting workshop. 

For more information, please contact- Kellie Miyazu, Youth Arts Series Coordinator - YAS@ehcc.org

About Temple Children
Temple Children was founded in 2015 by Miya Tsukazaki (Hawai‘i, USA) and David ‘MEGGS’ Hooke (Melbourne, Australia).
Through their work and travels in public and contemporary art, Miya and David saw unique opportunities to enhance and revitalize communities, beginning with Hilo, Hawai‘i.
Through efforts to revitalize Hilo, the Temple Children projects began.
David and Miya have the capacity to assemble influencers from around the world, such as artists, chefs, musicians, and other creatives and forward-thinkers, and unite them with like minded artisans, tastemakers, and leaders in the Big Island community.
By developing a platform for these creative activists, Miya and David hope to facilitate idea-sharing and progressive thinking to encourage the cultivation of a global consciousness. Through visual art, food, music, and educational/experiential workshops, their goal is to execute projects that are inclusive, accessible, and will positively enhance the planet and humanity.
Miya Tsukazaki, Temple Children Founder & Director:
Miya Tsukazaki was born and raised in Hilo on the Big Island of
Hawai’i. A graduate of Hilo High School, Miya spent many years
working in government and for non-profits, such as the Hawai’i State
Senate, the Hawai’i State Department of Business, Economic
Development and Tourism’s Energy Office, the United States Army
Corps of Engineers, and the Hawai’i State Farm Bureau. In recent
years, she has focused on work in the contemporary art industry,
ranging from art media direction to project management,
and has worked with organizations such as 1xRun, Pow! Wow!
Worldwide, PangeaSeed Foundation, and KAABOO Del Mar.
Miya graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in
2005 with a B.A. in Psychology and the William S. Richardson
School of Law in 2011. She graduated with a certificate in
Environmental Law and is a member of the Hawai’i State
Bar Association.
David ‘MEGGS’ Hooke, Temple Children Founder
& Art Director:
David “MEGGS” Hooke was born and raised in Melbourne and
is one of Australia’s most progressive and committed street and
fine artists. His mural art and gallery works are well recognized
nationally and spread internationally, to places such as California,
Texas, Washington DC, Detroit, Hawai‘i, Mexico, London,
New Zealand, Singapore, and Hong Kong. MEGGS completed his
Bachelor of Design degree from Swinburne University School of
Design in 2000. He is a founding member of the Everfresh crew,
a unique collective of street art pioneers who opened the world
renowned Everfresh Studio in 2004. MEGGS has contributed
his art to support the ambitions of numerous not-for-profit
organizations, including Fareshare, PangeaSeed, Amnesty
International and Pow! Wow! Worldwide.


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