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Posted on: Sunday, March 4, 2001

Art Calendar

Advertiser Staff


"Art 360 Degrees," Ad-2 Honolulu fund raiser for Hawaii Alliance for Arts Education, an evening of food, wine, art exhibit, fashion and music, 6-9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Chop Salon at Restaurant Row; $20 in advance, $25 at the door. 524-1377.

Dedication of "Stories of Hanalei," a sculpture by Kathy McClelland Cowan, 10 a.m. Friday, Hanalei School, Hanalei, Kauai. (808) 826-4300.

Exhibit of Hawaiiana, collectibles from the Hawaiian home including vintage dinnerware, glass, lamps, and clocks, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday,Upper Lobby, Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach; free. 923-0711,


"Posada and the Society of the Spectacle," lecture by Patrick Frank, 3 p.m. today, Art Auditorium, UH-Manoa; free. 956-6888.

"Polaroid Image Transfer Workshop," instructor Kathleen T. Carr teaches participants to create original photographic art , 9 a.m.-4 p.m. today, Hui Nooea Visual Arts Center, Makawao, Maui; $75 for members, $90 for non-members plus $20 supply fee for each day’s workshop. (808) 572-6560.

"Elements of Design and Color for Fiber and Bead Jewelry," slide lecture by fiber artist and jewelry designer Helen Banes, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Academy Arts Center at Linekona; free. 395-3537.

"Nature Photography in the Field with Jack Jeffrey," lessons in photographing plants, flowers, and scenics, sponsored by Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Seminars, 6 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Saddle Road area; $59. Call for registration and location. (808) 985-7373.


"Jose Guadalupe Posada: My Mexico," prints from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, opens today, University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Art Building, UH-Manoa; through April 6, opening reception 4-6 p.m. today provided by Compadres Bar & Grill. 956-6888.

"Jean Charlot: a Mexican Journey," drawings, lithographs, and woodcuts, opens today, Commons Gallery, Art Building, UH-Manoa; through March 16, opening reception 4-6 p.m. today. 956-6888.

"Patterns of the Universe," paintings and drawings by Sharon Hardie, opens Friday, Honolulu Art Gallery; through April 7, opening reception 5:30-9 p.m. Friday. 955-5250.


Honolulu Academy of Arts seeks graphic productions by artist Charles W. Bartlett (1860-1940), who lived for 20 years in Manoa. The following etching are among his works being sought for a retrospective: "Hanalei Fishermen," "Hawaiian Woman Drinking from a Coconut" and "The Lei Sellers." The works are believed to be in private collections; persons with information on their current location are asked to contact curator Jennifer Saville at 532-8772.


Haleiwa Arts Festival, seeks visual fine art in all media for the July 21-22 festival. Deadline April 7. 637-2277.

Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center, Makawao, Maui, seeks art in all media for April 27-June 10 juried show; $10 entry fee for up to three pieces. Deadline: 8:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. April 13 and 14, Hui Noeau Solarium. (808) 572-6560, ext. 4.

Native Books and Beautiful Things seeks ceramics, glassware, woodwork and other handcrafted items from guest artists. All submissions must be designed, created and manufactured by hand in Hawaii, ongoing. 591-9008.

Britton Gallery, Northshore Marketplace, seeks fine arts and crafts reflecting Polynesian culture and island living, ongoing. 637-6505.

Cafe Che Pasta Gallery seeks original art in all media from artists or groups with at least 35 pieces available to show, ongoing. 524-0004.

Gallery on the Pali seeks artists to exhibit at the gallery.ongoing 526-1191.

Ocean Art Gallery seeks woodworks, sculptures, raku, pottery and ceramic artwork preferably on an ocean theme. Call for appointment: 263-6438.


"Quality Hearts III," eighteen local artists display art on a heart theme, through today; The Contemporary Cafe at the Contemporary Museum. 526-1322.

"Honolulu Printmakers: Checkmate--Black, White & Color," woodcuts by Laura Smith, photo etchings by Joe Singer, etchings by Howard Farrent, digital prints by Bobby Crockett, and monoprints by Lynn Cook, through today; Diamond Head Theatre Art Gallery. 734-0274.

"Historical Honolulu Hale," pictorial history of the Hale and Civic Center Grounds, through Tuesday; Mar. 6 Courtyard, Honolulu Hale. 523-4674.

"Ka Ikena," installation by Chuck Kawaiolu; through Thursday; Bethel Street Gallery. 533-2836.

"Focus on the Feminine," caran d’ache by Robyn Waters; through Friday; Gallery on the Pali. 526-1191.

"Murray Turnbull/Recent Works," paintings, through Friday; Gallery Iolani, Windward Community College. 235-1140, 235-7346.

"Han’gul Calligraphy: Reflections of the Spirit of Korea, sponsored by the Korean Society of Calligraphic Arts and Center for Korean Studies, Main Lobby, Center for Korean Studies, UH-Manoa; through Saturday 956-7041.


Academy Art Center at Linekona: Honolulu Printmakers Juried Exhibition, etchings, screen prints, lithographs, relief and monoprints judged by Eileen Foti; through March 23. 532-8700, 536-5507.

Academy Art Center at Linekona, Second Floor: "Directions: New Works by Duncan Dempster," prints and three-dimensional constructions with sound design; through March 23. 532-8700.

Arts of Paradise Gallery: "Scenes Seen," acrylics on linen canvas by Gary Kato; through April 30. 924-2787.

bibelot gallery: "Kaleidoscope," paintings and drawings by Sanit Khewhok; through March 31. 738-0368.

Bishop Museum, Vestibule Gallery: contemporary acrylic and paper panels depicting a Hawaiian chant describing the creation of heaven, earth and all its creatures, through March 2002; and A Canoe, woodcarved canoe once owned by Prince KÂhiø, ongoing. 847-3511.

Britton Gallery, Northshore Marketplace, displays art in various media by Chai, Coley, Fettig, Braden, Aldag and other local artists; ongoing. 637-6505.

The Contemporary Museum: "Unpublished and Unseen: Photography by Joel-Peter Witkin," photographic art; through April 8, viewer discretion is advised because the exhibition contains imagery which is difficult and may be upsetting. 526-1322.

The Contemporary Museum at First Hawaiian Center: "Recent Painting by Hiroki Morinoue," "An Essential Balance: Works by Toshiko Takaezu," and "Prints by Duncan Dempster, Melinda Morey, Rob Noland and Jeff Tam;" through May 2. 526-1322.

East-West Center Gallery: "Carved Puppets of Asia," traditional puppets of many cultures displayed with paintings, storyboards, tapestries, musical instruments and video; through March 23. 944-7584.

The Gallery at Ward Centre: "Crossroads," an exhibit of ceramic art by Steve Martin and "Past n Print," mixed media prints by Doug Young; through March 23. 597-8034.

Hawaii Pacific University Art Gallery: "Lady Pop," assemblages in a variety of media by Tai Kitakata and "Elements of Change," prints by Donna Broder, through March 16. 544-0287.

Honolulu Academy of Arts: "The Art of Warner Bros. Animation," original drawings, painting and cels from the creators of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and friends, cartoon classics in the Cartoon Theatre and an interactive Animation Station for keiki, Education Gallery with special viewing hours, through April 1; "Frances Pickens: A Retrospective," including jewelry and sculptural forms in a variety of metals and techniques, Graphics Art Gallery, through April 1; The Howard and Estelle Bern Collection of Japanese hair ornaments, Japanese Gallery, ongoing; "East Meets West: Cross-Cultural Influences in the Arts," highlight of artwork from the Academy’s Asian and Western collections, ongoing. 532-8700.

Iolani Palace Galleries: exhibit of crowns, jewels, kahili, cloaks and sacred emblems; ongoing. 522-0832.

Island Treasures Art Gallery: works by Jon Mozo; ongoing. Two locations: Kailua, 261-8131 and Koko Marina, 396-8827.

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii Gallery: "Mainichi Mono: Everyday Things," artifacts from the kitchen, bedroom, and office that show the evolution in design from manual to electric, metal or wooden to plastic; through April 16. 945-7633.

John Young Museum of Art: artifacts from Asia, Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands and Africa, Krauss Hall 002, UH-Manoa; ongoing. 956-3634.

Koolau Gallery at Manoa Marketplace: "Dream of Peace," acrylics on silk and prints by Spark Chan; through March 31. 988-4147.

Nohea Galleries: art in various media from local artists, Ohana Reef Towers Hotel, ongoing, 926-2224 and Moana Surfrider Hotel, ongoing, 923-6644.

Ocean Art Gallery: works by Gary Reed and Lynn Boyer; ongoing. 263-6438.

Queen Emma Gallery: "Fragments of a Journey," fabric and mixed media art by Betty Fines, in honor of Black History Month; through March 18. 537-7167.

Satoru’s Art Gallery: works by Satoru Abe; ongoing. 545-4220.

Tabora Gallery, Rainbow Bazaar, Hilton Hawaiian Village: seascapes by Roy Gonzalez Tabora and various artists; ongoing. 955-4339.

Tennent Gallery: Selected works by Madge Tennent; ongoing. 531-1987.

University of Hawaii--Hilo, Campus Center Gallery and Building 395, Manono Street Campus: "2001 Pacific Rim International Print Exhibition," works in a variety of printmaking techniques; through April 15. 974-7524.


Borders at Ward Centre, Stairway Gallery: "Contemporary Art Quilts," handmade by artist Charlene Hughes; through March 30. 591-8995.

CafÚ Che Pasta: "Dances with Light," photographs by Steven W. Lum; through March 30. 524-0004.

Canon Gallery at Ward Plaza: "Photographs" from students at La Pietra-Hawaii School for Girls; through March 31. 522-5930.

The Gallery at Coffeeline: "Line Drawing," what two artists can do with 400 yards of string and a blank wall; through March 15. 947-1615.

Honolulu International Airport, Y concourse, Ewa end: "Hawaii’s Wood," display of bowls, musical instruments, furniture and art work in wood, sponsored by Hawaii Forest Industry Association; through May 15.

Jaron’s Restaurant: works by Thomas Deir; ongoing. 261-4600.

Mezzanine Gallery, DoubleTree Alana Waikiki Hotel: "3...2...1...Three Artists’ Creations in the Year 2001," mixed media exhibit by Christina Crooker, Elizabeth Dreckvoss, and Mark Maresc; through April 29, opening reception 5-8 p.m. March 17. 597-8108.

Pauahi Tower Gallery: "Light and Shadow," oil paintings by Leo Laxa; through March 23. 533-4310.

Roy’s Restaurant, Hawaii Kai: "Simple Pleasures," recent works by Donna Broder and Anne Irons, through March 31; 396-7697 and Kihei: "Recent Work by Mapuana," Hawaiian colorist’s exhibit; through April 20. (808) 669-5000.

Waialua Public Library: "Six Local Artists," mixed media exhibit of works by Peter Raub, Jackie Wilson, Judy Williams, Philip Riley, Karen Scata and Jennifer Eisenhart; through April 6. 637-7446.

Waikiki Grand Hotel: recent works by Anthony Randall; ongoing. 949-1863.


Firehouse Gallery, Waimea, Big Island: Works by Barry Wilkinson, kaha kii (one person show) by local artist presented by the Waimea Arts Council; through March 31, opening reception 3 p.m. Saturday. (808) 887-1052.

Java Kai, Kapaa, Kauai: Works by Janelle, exhibit of pastels, watercolors, and photographs; through March 18. (808) 245-6704, 1-888-452-8244.

Kinipopo Fine Arts Gallery, Wailua, Kauai: "Welcome to My World," retrospective of sculptor Rick Phillips; through March 31. (808) 822-4356.

The Village Galleries of Maui, Lahaina: Recent Works by Pamela Andelin, oil on canvas, through March 15, (808) 661-5559, 1-800-483-8599.

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