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Artist in Residence

Hui No‘eau’s Artist in Residence program offers invited artists a rich environment in which to create — one that encourages freedom, risk-taking and provides a wide range of opportunities for the artist to interact with the community. Program goals include supporting the curricular efforts of the Hui, facilitating interaction between artists across disciplines, empowering students with a new perspective and exchange of ideas, engaging the community with interactive opportunities in the visual arts and fostering the Hui’s standing as a place where the arts are vital and diverse.

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2016
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
& big ink

About the residency & Big ink

This fall, Hui No‘eau will embark on a printmaking adventure of epic proportions! We are thrilled to bring Artist in Residence James Bailey to Maui to work in the Hui’s print studio, teach a workshop open to all levels, and coordinate our “Big Ink” Celebration! James Bailey is a Professor in the School of Art at the University of Montana where he also leads students in an annual printmaking event where large-scale prints are created using an unlikely and unique printing press: a steamroller! While on Maui, James will create a 4’ x 8’ print of his own and facilitate a community steamroller printmaking event right here at the Hui!

On Saturday, October 8, the Hui’s 2016 Artist in Residence Program will culminate with a “Big Ink” celebration! James will guide teams of volunteers as they assist him in the printing process by inking woodblocks that have been carved by local artists, Hui students, and youth from local schools in the weeks leading up to the event. Everyone will be invited to gather and watch the magic unfold as James prints the woodcuts on cloth or paper by driving over them with a steamroller.

Calling all artists! Create drawings, carve on large-scale (up to 4’ x 8’) linoleum or wood and our whole community will watch your work being printed! 

Mahalo to the Laila Twigg-Smith Art Fund of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation for their generous support of this program!

Workshops & Activities

Large-scale Linocut: Prepare for “Big Ink!” #1464
Teaching Artist: Tania Arens
Saturday, 1 day
September 17 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This class will get you inspired and ready to participate in the “Big Ink” steamroller printmaking project at the Hui in October (pg. 5 & 6)! In this class, you’ll learn how to create an impressive large-scale linocut—a handmade message of your choice, a shout out to the world! Students will learn how to translate an idea into a successful printable image, how to enlarge and transfer the image using a grid, carve using various techniques, proof, and print the final image. Students will also have complimentary access to open studio on September 22 (12-4pm) and October 4, 5, & 6 (10am-4pm).
Tuition: $55 ($69 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $65

Artist in Residence at Work!
Wednesday – Friday, 3 days
September 28 - 30
2016 Artist in Residence James Bailey will be working in the Hui print studio to create a large scale 4’ x 8’ print to be printed at the “Big Ink” Celebration on October 8. Stop by, meet the artist, and watch him work!

“Big Ink” Workshop #1421
Saturday & Sunday, 2 days
October 1 & 2 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Join in this hands-on weekend workshop and learn about printmaking from 2016 Artist in Residence James Bailey. You’ll get comfortable working with both traditional and non-traditional tools as you learn to create your own personal woodcut. Students will explore printmaking from start to finish: transferring an image to a block, toning, cutting, registration, ink modification, printing and inking applications. James will also present historical and contemporary artistic approaches that will be sure to spark ideas and inspire your creativity! The workshop will prepare you to participate in the Hui’s “Big Ink” event! 
Tuition: $155 ($194 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $30

Printmaking Open Studio: Get Ready for “Big Ink!”
Tuesday – Thursday, 3 days
October 4 - 6 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Local artists are invited to join James Bailey in the print studio for three days of carving! Working independently, participants are encouraged to work on woodblock or linoleum in preparation for “Big Ink” on October 8. Let’s gather together and enjoy some creative time with our friends and fellow artists! Artists should bring their own blocks, carving tools and any other supplies. Workspace is limited and available on a first come, first served basis! Prerequisite: Beginning Printmaking or equivalent experience.

“BIG Ink” Celebration! — FREE & Open to the Public!
Saturday, 1 day
October 8 / 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

We invite students, artists, and the entire community to come together for this spectacular event! Let’s bring printmaking out of the studio and celebrate how fun and magical the printmaking process can be for all ages! This event is a culmination of the Hui’s 2016 Artist in Residence Program with Professor James Bailey of University of Montana. James will guide teams of volunteers as they assist him in the printing process using an unlikely and unique printing press: a steamroller! Volunteers will ink blocks that have been carved by local artists, Hui students, and youth from local schools in the weeks leading up to this “Big Ink” event. Everyone will be invited to gather round to watch the magic unfold on a large scale as James prints the woodcuts on cloth or paper by driving over them with a steamroller. James and volunteers will also print a 4’ x 8’ print that James created himself during his residency at the Hui. Bring your family and friends and you’ll love watching this exciting and interactive printmaking event! 

About the Artist - James Bailey

2016 Artist in Residence, James Bailey

James Bailey was born in New Jersey, and grew up in Minneapolis, MN. He earned his B.F.A. from the University of Minnesota and his M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently an artist and Professor in the School of Art at The University of Montana. In 1998 he established Matrix Press, the publishing component of the print program, which brings in nationally recognized artists to collaborate in the production of limited edition prints and he is also one of the co-founders for the Annual Day of the Dead Steamroller Print Project now moving into its fifteenth year.

As an artist, James continues his research into both traditional and experimental approaches in printmaking. James has exhibited his work nationally and internationally in over 300 exhibitions and national print portfolios across 35 states as well as Estonia, France, China, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. His work can be found in numerous public and private collections including those of the Walker Art Center, New York Public Library, Jundt Art Museum, Boise Art Museum, Mesa Arts Center, Hillard University Art Museum and Sioux City Arts Center among others. James was interviewed for the full length documentary film on printmaking titled Midwest Matrix and he serves on the board for the Printmaking Legacy Project. Learn more about James Bailey at jamesbaileyart.com

Experience Big Ink:
4 Fun ways to participate!

1 TAKE A CLASS
Click here for some great printmaking class options open to all levels!

2 MAKE A PRINT
Calling all artists! Create drawings, carve on large-scale (up to 4’ x 8’) linoleum or wood and our whole community will watch your work being printed! Contact Program Manager Lana Coryell at lanac@huinoeau.com if you would like to participate!

3 VOLUNTEER
Let us know if you’d like to help with “Big Ink” Celebration on October 8! Contact Program Manager Lana Coryell at lanac@huinoeau.com if you would like to help.

4 WATCH & SEE
Everyone is invited! Come by the Hui on October 8 to see some amazing prints being steamrolled before your eyes!

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Artist in Residence opportunities at the Hui are typically offered annually or biennially with significant planning required in advance and a more extensive application process. Please contact us to inquire about this opportunity. If you are interested in visiting and teaching for a shorter term, we invite you to apply to become a Hui Visiting Artist. Please complete the Teaching Artist Application.


Upcoming 2016

James Bailey

Recent Past Artists in Residence

2007 - Swoon
2008 - Mike Houston & Martin Mazorra
2009 - Leela Corman & Tom Hart
2010 - Favianna Rodriguez & Orlando Reyes
2011 - Patrick Dougherty
2012 — Shira Walinsky, Eric Okdeh, David Goldberg

OTHER PAST ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE

Emilie Clark/ Lytle Shaw
Max Gimblett
Nicola Lopez
Sandow Birk
Brad Brown
Enrique Chagoya
Timothy Cummings
Katsura Funakoshi
Don Ed Hardy
Joyce Kozloff
Robert Kushner
Kara Maria
Lothar Osterburg
Judy Pfaff
Artemio Rodriguez

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2012 Artists in Residence

About the Artists — Shira Walinsky, Eric Okdeh & David Goldberg

Shira Walinsky

With an MFA in painting from the University of Pennsylvania, Shira Walinsky is a painter, printmaker and muralist who has been a featured artist with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program since 2000. Her interdisciplinary work explores cultures and subcultures of distinct urban areas that use personal narratives to reflect larger issues, transform public spaces, and develop a visual language using typography, portraits and textiles. She serves as co-teacher with Jane Golden, Director and pioneer of the Mural Arts Program, at the University of Pennsylvania, University of the Arts, Princeton University, Bryn Mawr College and Drexel University.

Eric Okdeh

Eric Okdeh is a Philadelphia-based muralist, who has been creating public art since 1998. Since receiving his BFA in painting from Tyler School of Art, Eric has balanced his work as a studio-artist with teaching mural making classes to youth and inmates at SCI Graterford Prison. He was the lead muralist of the Mural Corps Program in its first 6 years, exhibits widely in NY and PA, and has over 65 commissions throughout the city of Philadelphia and Seville, Spain. He has participated in mural projects in Tucson, Arizona and Los Angeles. His work is featured in four books about public and Mural art.

David Goldberg

With a BS from Howard University’s School of Engineering, David Goldberg is a HI-based teacher, programmer and digital artist specializing in designing creative connections between liberal arts and hard science. He writes, teaches, designs and develops interactive media projects independently and with the institutional support of State funding agencies, the UH, Kapiolani Community College, the Maui Economic Development Board, the Honolulu Museum of Art, and the DOE.

About the 2012 Residency

Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center proudly presents 2012 Artists in Residence: mural artists Shira Walinsky and Eric Okdeh from Philadelphia, PA and Oahu-based media artist David Goldberg.

Walinksy and Okdeh visited us from the internationally acclaimed City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, which unites artists and communities through a collaborative process to create art that transforms public spaces and individual lives. Each of these pioneering artists carry 12+ years of experience leading community-based works of public art at a massive scale. As a programmer, digital artist and professor of Popular Culture at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of American Studies, Goldberg specializes in designing creative connections between liberal arts and hard science. Walinsky and Okdeh collaborated with our Maui population to create two large-scale public art murals that reflect, inspire and represent our community while Goldberg designed a fun & interactive social media experience remotely connecting artists and off-site visitors to the entire process.

2012 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE ACTIVITIES:

  • Welcome Breakfast “Coffee & Conversation” with Artist in Residence Shira Walinsky July 6, 2012 / 10:00 am / FREE

  • Teen Mural Intensive with Artist in Residence Shira Walinsky July 7 & 8, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Students explored a range of portrait possibilities using photography & collage, then enlarged images using traditional mural making techniques.
  • “Teach the Teachers” Professional Development with Artist in Residence Shira Walinsky July 11, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Teachers discovered the powerful educational components of mural making and came away with new tools for engagement and a mural arts curriculum by an experienced professional from the renowned City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program.
  • Public Paint Day with Artist in Residence Shira Walinsky July 13, 2012 / 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm / FREE Participants joined us in the Hui’s Garden Studio for a public paint day to meet July Artist-in-Residence Shira Walinsky and to help create the new landmark mural she has been developing with our community for nearly 6 months.
  • Mural Arts Workshop with Artist in Residence Shira Walinsky July 14, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Participants developed into mural artists for a day, putting their mark on this historic piece of public art and joining the team that helped transform a Maui space.
  • Public Paint Day #2 with Artist in Residence Shira Walinsky July 17, 2012 / 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm / FREE
  • Artist Chat with Artist in Residence Shira Walinsky July 19, 2012 / 5:00 – 6:00 pm / FREE Join us for an informative presentation and panel discussion about the impact of community engagement through public works of art and mural making. Contribute your thoughts as we discuss the challenges and applications of art as a tool for social empowerment and change.
  • Sci Fi Digital Media Workshop with David Goldberg September 15, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Can we build new bridges between creativity and learning? David Goldberg leads a 1-day intensive workshop focused on exploring the crossroads between digital media, writing, teaching, and the visual arts. Participants created projects that combined an educational science fiction narrative about life in Hawai‘i, remixed digital images and short videos. Projects were integrated into a single interactive textbook designed for use on Apple’s iPad.
  • Welcome Breakfast “Coffee & Conversation” with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh October 9, 2012 / 10:00 am / FREE
  • Teen Intensive Workshop Murals & Representation with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh October 13 & 14, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm The workshop will focus on particular techniques that use digital imaging and projection to create photorealistic figurative murals. Through drawing via grid and projection methods, students will learn to use this process as a tool, integrating it into a painterly approach. In addition to those interested in mural painting, the workshop is also perfect for students who want to learn new techniques for accuracy in large, figurative paintings. No prior experience with digital art is necessary. The instructor will demonstrate the digital part of the process, but the workshop will focus on the enlarging and translating of the image into paint.
  • Public Paint Day with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh October 16, 2012 / FREE Join us at the Hui for a public paint day to meet October Artist-in-Residence Eric Okdeh and to help create the new landmark mural he has been developing with our community for 4+ months, which will be installed in historic Wailuku town!
  • Mosaic Mural Making with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh October 17 & 18, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm This workshop will illustrate ways to enlarge and transform a design or image into stained glass mosaic. Students will learn how to best utilize grout lines and patterns within glass cuts to effectively make dynamic drawings and contrasting shapes. This workshop will demonstrate how to properly prepare a surface and materials needed to best install the glass pieces both indoors and outdoors. This workshop is perfect for those who wish to create vibrant outdoor mosaics that weather the elements and stand the test of time.
  • Public Paint Day with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh October 19, 2012 / FREE Join us at the Hui for a public paint day to meet October Artist-in-Residence Eric Okdeh and to help create the new landmark mural he has been developing with our community for 4+ months, which will be installed in historic Wailuku town!
  • Murals by the Masses A Professional Development Workshop with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh October 20 & 21, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm This workshop will focus on tutorials utilizing the Photoshop and Tile Pile programs to create large scale murals and mosaics for fabrication in the classroom and with groups of volunteers. Students will learn how to “posterize” complex designs into identifiable areas of paint, and how to filter a design into a set palette of vitreous mosaic tile colors. This workshop is perfect for those that are trying to integrate mural making within a classroom setting and creating works of public art that are by and for the community, by demonstrating various methods of preparation for mass paint days and volunteerism, by both children and adults.
  • Mural Installation Days with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh October 22 – 25, 2012 / FREE Join us in historic Wailuku town to help install the large-scale public mural alongside October Artist-in-Residence Eric Okdeh. 
  • Panel Discussion with Artist in Residence Eric Okdeh & Friends October 25, 2012 / 6:00 pm Join us for an informative presentation and panel discussion about the impact of community engagement through public works of art and mural making. Contribute your thoughts as we discuss the challenges and applications of art as a tool for social empowerment and change. 
  • Digital Media Workshop with David Goldberg October 27, 2012 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Can we build new bridges between creativity and learning? David Goldberg will lead a 1-day intensive workshop focused on exploring the crossroads between digital media, writing, teaching, and the visual arts. Participants will create projects that combine an educational science fiction narrative about life in Hawai‘i, remixed digital images and short videos. Projects will be integrated into a single interactive textbook designed for use on Apple’s iPad.
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2011
artist in residence

ABOUT THE ARTIST — PATRICK DOUGHERTY

Combining carpentry skills with a love of nature, North Carolina-based Patrick Dougherty began learning about primitive building techniques and experimenting with tree saplings as construction material in 1980. Small works and single pieces on conventional pedestals soon grew into monumental site-specific installations that required sticks by the truckload. To date Patrick has built over 200 such massive sculptures all over the world and received numerous awards, including a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and NEA Fellowship. Princeton Architectural Press published a major survey of Patrick and his work in a 2009 book entitled Stickwork.

Mahalo Nui Loa

This groundbreaking Hui project would not have been possible without the help of a strong community of inspired supporters, including nearly 200 volunteers who helped harvest materials and create the sculpture; more than 100 donors through our Kickstarter campaign, “Raise the Paddle” auction at Art Affair 2011, the Laila-Twigg Smith Fund of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation, and other individual gifts; participants of the artist talk, panel discussion, school visits, special events and program-related workshops; collaborators at MISC and DLNR; and everyone who shared this sculpture with their friends and family! Mahalo! 

About the Sculpture - “On the Wild Side”

On the Wild Side by Patrick Dougherty

The Hui was tremendously proud to work with world-renowned environmental sculptor Patrick Dougherty for a September 2011 residency. During his 3-week stay, the artist worked directly with the community to develop, plan and create a site-specific installation using saplings of invasive and non-native tree species. The final sculpture entitled “On the Wild Side” provided a treasured space for people of all ages to gather and enjoy this incredible structure made from natural materials. The sculpture aimed to cultivate community and raise awareness about Hawai‘i’s endangered ecosystems by inspiring conversation, encouraging public participation, and creating fellowship between artists and environmentalists.

“On the Wild Side” was created primarily with strawberry guava (along with eucalyptus and white ash). According to the Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC), strawberry guava is one of the most damaging invasive plants in the state, having no natural enemies or competitors in all of Hawai’i. The 10-30 foot tall trees leave a sea of red fruits and seeds that are ingested by birds, boar and other animals and dispersed throughout forest areas. It forms dense thickets replacing native Hawaiian plants, and damages the watershed services that diverse forests provide. One of our goals for using strawberry guava is to work with organizations like MISC to help raise awareness in the larger community about Hawai‘i’s endangered ecosystems.

The Hui’s Stickwork sculpture “On the Wild Side” brought our whole community a tremendous amount of joy since its construction in September 2011. It provided a place for everyone in our community to gather and play. Time and weather eventually took their toll; with heavy hearts, the Hui began to remove areas of the sculpture that had partially collapsed in March 2015. “On the Wild Side” exceeded the typical 3 year lifespan for Stickwork and offered many opportunities to experience and share the work of art with family, friends and community. We thank all who participated in and enjoyed this incredible project!

 

thank you!


DONORS

Paul Alkire
George & Janet Allan
Paul Allione
Jim AltieriSitso & Maria Bediako
Judy & Bill Bisgard
Susana Browne
John Bryant
Isabelle BuellNancy & Jimmy Carmody
Catering From Soup to Nuts
Katie Chapman
Laura Civitello
Miriam Clarke
Eileen Clemente
Lana Coryell
Sabrina Coryell & David Stodder
Marcia Dewey
Jennifer Ely
Judith Evans
Dennys Eymard
Sara & Tim Farrington
Robin Ferrier
Bob Flint
Sandra Florence
Denise Flynn
Sean & Kelly Flynn
Anne-Marie Forsythe
Tim Garcia
Julie Gardner
Barbara & Michael Gartner
Robert Glick
Birgitte Golden
Steve & Tamar Goodfellow
Pam Gould
Susan & Michael Graham
Mary Grandy
Stephanie Gruenert
Hanna Hammerli
Barbara & Gary Hansen
Jimmy & Honey Bun Haynes
Shannon Hoekstra
Donna Howard
John & Lee Hoxie
Nicole Hunt
Dave & Emily Ihle
David Israelite
Frank Kane
Kathleen Kastles
Kathryn Kaufmann
Brian Kelly
Peter & Laura Kelly
Caroline Killhour
Kristin La Flamme
Laila Twigg
Smith Art Fund
Amanda Li Wilson
David Linn

Steve London & Diane Carr
Barbara Loveland
Molly Lynch
Melinda Lyon Bell
Kristina Lyons Lambert
Kathy Marchetti
Brian & Melia McHugh
Kelly McHugh
Mary-Kate McHugh
Patricia & John McHugh
Tommy & Mary-Kay McHugh
Jesse Mendelson
Fran Mitsumura
Lynn & Anne Monthaven
Tim Moore
Robert J. & Dr. Mary Lou Morgado
Jason Newman
Jupiter Nielsen
Rod & Jannie Olson
The Outrigger Pizza Company
Julie Peterson
Anne Pierce
Jim Powlan
Carol Preston
Carolyn Quan
Sandy Rice
Kathy Sakai
Gerrianne & Clyde Sakamoto
Claire Sanford
Maizie Sanford
Karuna Santoro
Carolyn & Jack Schaefer Gray
Doug & Jill Schatz
Cristina Schenk
Gage Schubert
Carol Schwarz
Esther Shimazu
Jazu Stine
Earl & Sandi Stoner
Clay Sutherland
Carol Suzuki
Molly Sykes
Cheryl Tipton
Tony Tollner
Paul TurnerJanis & Art von Thaden
Kim Willis
Cynthia Winan-Burns
William Worcester
Marcia & Klaus Zech
Carole Zoom

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

Rici Guild
Lauren Mekeel
Menehune Water
Helen Nielsen, President, Hawaii Coastal Land Trust
Teya Penniman, Manager, Maui Invasive Species Committee
Jordan SantosSara Tekula, Director/Producer, “Plant a Wish” Project
John Trino
Billy Welker
Briana Welker
Maggie Welker
Keith Wolter, Executive Director of the Maui AIDS Foundation and host of KAOI’s Maui Non-Profit Director’s Association Radio Show


SCULPTURE CREW

Husa Adams
Mike Ade
Jenn Atkinson
Julia Baldwin
Kyle Barnett
Jared Barros
Wolfgang Beoker
Jill Bernshouse
Judy Bisgard
Marlee Blakeman
Lorne Boyd
Tara Branham
Zoe Brownbird
Caleb Burgess
Tom Calhoun
Miranda Camp
Kelly Cannon
John Cassel
Amy Chang
Carol Childerhose
Dan Cho
Stephanie Cliffton
Luana Coonen
Ashley Cooper
Glenn Coryell
Lana Coryell
DLNR Crew
Chris Cruikshank
Janet Davis
Lance De Silva
Rachel DeBoer
Patrick Dougherty
Rachel Edelman
ElaineDeybra Fair
Sara Farrington
Tim Farrington
Tom Faught
Robin Ferrier
Sandra Florence
Anne-Marie Forsythe
Lissa Fox
Rose Gabriel
Zachary Gabriel
Tim Garcia
Ariel Gebb
Carrie Gebb
Birgitte Golden
Irene Gombac
Suzzana Goodwin
Mary Grandy
Hanna Hammerli
Kim Harter
Rachel Hecksher
Jenny-Li Hellsen
Joani Hixen
Genesis K. Ho‘opai
Rachel Hodara
Jane Honeycutt
Harriet Huff
Michelle Jewell
Claudia Johnson
Frank Kane
Kathryn Kaufmann
Lauren Kennedy
Caroline Killhour
Gilson Killhour
Heide Karin Konwalinka
Stephanie “Mapu” Kowalski
 

Ted Krawczyk
Larry Lambert
Becky Lewis
Pua Logan
Bev Lundquist
Rainelle Lushina
Christine MacDonald
Kathleen MacDonald
Claudio Marchetti
Don May
Kari McCarthy
Kelly McHugh
Kay McLeod
Colin Meston
Keri Meyer
Robert Meyer
Elizabeth Michalkow
Chris Miller
Gabe Mott
Jarod Mower
Taylor Nevhoff
Joan Nielsen
Jupiter Nielsen
Charlie Noland
Nathalie Nuñez
Maya Okamara
Ana Olvera
Kathy Parish
David Parrish
Jeanne Paynick
Carl Polk
Linda Proshe
Amy Puz
Rachel Ray
Ryan Rea
Sandy Rice
Miguel Rivas
Bridget Ryan
Gena Ryan
Rita Ryan
Stephanie Sachs
Renee Sante
Karuna Santoro
Jordan Santos
Linda Schenk
Wolfram Schenk
Carla Schneider
Carol Schwarz
Jenny Sheeham
Julio Spee
Michael Stone
Amy Tanzman
Carla Thistle
Courtney Turner
Abelardo Rojas Umana
Leaf Van Alstine
Christian Visoria
Fiama Von Shuetze
Neil Waring
Ed Weller
Linda Weller
Chet Witek
Grace Woods
Bill Worcester
Kathy Yoo
Nicklaus Yoo
Steve Yoo

 

DINNER ATTENDEES & PROGRAM SUPPORTERS

Pam Andelin & Chuck Gray
Kathy BaldwinJill Bernshouse
Billy & Judy Bisgard
Patrick Dougherty
Ron Durette
Tim & Sara Farrington
Dr. James & Robin Ferrier
Tim Garcia
Lynne Gilroy & Don Bernshouse
Birgitte Golden
Ruth Goodfellow
Shannon Hoekstra
Donna Howard
Kimberly Howard-Carhart
Hal Jobe & Gary Mohrlang
Gilson & Caroline Killhour
Heidi Karin Konwalinka
Ted Krawczyk
Thomas Lambert & Kristina Lyons Lambert
Craig Lofton
Anders Lyons & Kiera Strohm-Herman
Judy McCorkle & Tom Reed
Teya & Jay Penniman
Wendy Peterson
Sandy Rice
Don Shamblin & Vincent Palmieri
Jill Spalding
Jane Thompson
Janis von Thaden

Links

“Twigonometry” by Paul Wood, Hana Hou, The Magazine of Hawaiian Airlines, February/ March 2012
“Sticking Together” by Kehaulani Cerizo, Maui News, October 16, 2011
“Kia`i Moku: Positive Spin on Invasive Species…” by Lissa Fox, Maui News, September 11, 2011
“Twigonometry” by Tom Stevens, On Maui, September-October 2011
“Interwoven art, community at Hui“, Maui News, September 8, 2011
“A Well-Intended Tangle” by Paul Wood, Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine, July-August 2011
Patrick Dougherty Website
“Building with Sticks and Stones” by Penelope Green, New York Times, October 2010
Update on the forthcoming “Bending Sticks” feature-length documentary
Dougherty receives Elizabeth and Mallory Factor Prize for Southern Art

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