Hawai’i Craftsmen To Recession: Back Off, We’re Heading Neighbor Island!

ShareThisHawai’i boasts one of the strongest craft movements in the country, in terms of both diversity and skill of its artisans. Hawai’i Craftsmen has spent 45 years nurturing this community and this year, their educational programs will be expanding. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports. Chris Gustin presents a free slide lecture with jeweler, John Cogswell and woodworker Wendy Maruyama, on Thursday, March 15 at Punahou School. Workshops and free lectures are also available on Maui, Kaua’i and Hawai’i Island also. http://hawaiicraftsmen.org/programs_aha_hana.htm Oahu Slide Lectures March 15, 2012 at Punahou School Wo Center Reception at 5:30, Lecture at 6:30 (FREE & open to the public -- What a deal, do not miss!) Oahu Workshops: March 16th - March 18th John Cogswell Jewelry Workshop -- SOLD OUT! at Honolulu Academy Linekona Art Center, Jewelry Studio Chris Gustin Ceramics Workshop at UH-Manoa, Ceramic Studio Wendy Maruyama, "Image Transfer on Wood" Workshop at UH-Manoa, Wood Studio Chris Gustin On Kauai March 22nd - Slide Lecture - Kapaa Middle School 5:30 reception, 6pm - Lecture (FREE) Workshop: Kauai Community College, Ceramics Studio. March 23rd -March 25th Wendy Maruyama in Kona April 5th - Slide Lecture at Donkey Mill Art Center - 6:00 (FREE ) Workshop at Donkey Mill Art Center: April 6th - April 8th Wendy Maruyama on Maui April 2nd & 3rd - 9 to 5pm. Email Marian at mnyasuda@hawaii.rr.com or call at (808) 221-5171
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