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Premiere of HIonART TV program July 20 CH11 at 11pm

July 20, 2019

A new tv program produced by former Hawaii State Senator and arts advocate Wil Espero will premiere on Saturday July 20, 2019 on Oceanic Cable Channel 11@11pm. It is a weekly program that will focus on local Hawai’i artists of all media and practices in various stages of their career. The program seeks to present and bring visibility to the artists working in the islands and to showcase the wide array of talent and issues being tackled by these creatorsRead More

Premiere of HI on art

A new tv program ”HI on art”produced by former Hawaii State Senator and arts advocate Wil Espero will premiere on Saturday July 20, 2019 on Oceanic Cable Channel 11@11pm. It is a weekly program that will focus on local Hawai’i artists of all media and practices in various stages of their career. The program seeks to bring visibility to artists working in the islands and to showcase the wide array of talent and issues being tackled by these creators andRead More

Wahi Pana: A Sense of Place

May 31, 2019
Dawn at Kawainui

yyo EXHIBITION 31 MAY – 5 JULY 2019 Honolulu Musuem of Art School Main Gallery What would happen if we knew more about the places we frequent? If we knew the mo’olelo of the wahipana, would our response or connection the location change? Would it affect how we respond in making art? 46 artists explore this interpreting seven different locations in Hawaii

Wahi Pana: A Sense of Place

Honolulu Biennial Artist Talk Hosted at The Hub

March 11, 2019

The Association of Hawaii Artists (AHA) presents Wahi Pana: Sense of Place Wahi Pana: A Sense of Place will expand the eyes of kama’aina, kanaka ma’oli and malihini alike as they rediscover familiar locales through different eyes, learn new history, and nourish a sense of curiosity and respect for places not yet seen. Facilitated by Kamaka Pili, kanaka ma’oli, Aloha Authentic talk show host, KHON2 reporter. Speakers: ‘Uncle Joe’ kanaka ma’oli from Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association, Kimberly Howsley President ofRead More

Wahi Pana: A Sense of Place Art Creation Event

March 8, 2019

Artist Talk at Honolulu Biennial The Hub Main Stage: Wahi Pana-A Sense of Place

There will be a free panel discussion on March 11 from 4 to 6pm at the Hub Main Stage at the Ward Center at 1200 Ala Moana Blvd. It is free, but you need to register because of limited seating. Take a friend to listen to the lively and thought provoking discussion. The Honolulu Biennial is focusing on the theme of Make Wrong Right Now and exploring themes of place, belonging and identity in a biennial that covers Oceania andRead More

Wahi Pana: A Sense of Place

“Wahi Pana” means a pulse of a place and many understand it to mean a place of reknown or historied place such as the site of the birth of Kamehameha in Kohala. But I also believe a wahi pana can also be a place that creates the sense of belonging, especially if it is one that is tied to the place of your birth or where you feel a connection to as part of your ohana (family). I wrote aRead More

Closing Reception at Linekona Oct 24 2017

   Alone is Not Lonely. 7x20in. trans.watercolor. A closing reception for the Hawaii Watercolor Society’s Annual Open Juried Show will be held at Linekona where awards will be presented to 3 artists. The juror Katherine Love will be in attendance to give a statement on her selections and curating the show. 25 works were selected from a field of 104 pieces from the islands and on the mainland. Hawaii Watercolor Society seeks to expose and educate artists and collectors aboutRead More

HWS 2017 Open Show

October 4, 2017

Join me at the reception on Tuesday October 24, 2017 from 6-8pm at the Honolulu Musuem of Art gallery Linekona at 1111 Victoria Street Honolulu Hawaii. Juror Katherine Love, Assistant Curator Contemporary Art for the Honolulu Musuem of Art selected 25 pieces from 20 artists in a national open call for entries in watermedia. The show is a ”showcase of the best in watercolor painting with diverse techniques from traditional to experimental. HWS strives to present watermedia as a vital,Read More