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Wahi Pana Auwahi

Scroll down to see the selected works from the juried division!

Receiving Day: Tuesday June 19, 9am-4pm

Opening Reception: Saturday June 30, 10am-2pm

Artist Info Sessions with Dr. Art Medeiros: Thursdays, May 10 & May 31, 5-6pm at Hui No'eau

Artist Hikes:

May 12 - Artist/ volunteer hike
May 16 - Artist hike
May 18 - Artist hike
May 21 - Artist hike
May 26 - Artist/ volunteer hike

Please contact to sign up or receive more information on artist hikes.

Auwahi dry forest on southwest Haleakalā is one of the last representatives of a nearly lost and biologically unique Hawaiian forest type. For numerous Hawaiian species, many with great cultural importance, Auwahi appears to be their last stand. Hui No‘eau and the Auwahi Forest Restoration Project are thrilled to collaborate with Mazatl, the Hui's 2018 Artist in Residence, and bring the forest to the people through art.

Hui No'eau is thrilled to welcome 2018 Artist in Residence Mazatl & Kill Joy as our Wahi Pana Auwahi jurors!

INVITED ARTISTS: You may work in any format. Please direct questions to

2018 Artist in Residence, Mazatl
Kill Joy
Julia Cordi
Dustin Palos
Roberta Weisenburg
Tom Calhoun
Caroline Killhour
Tania Arens
Lisa Kasprzycki
Andy Graydon
Brad Huck
Christi Kelso
Fiona Clarkson

JURIED ARTISTS: Open call to the public! All works must be in a 10"x10" format. PLEASE READ THE PROSPECTUS IN FULL.

For more information on the Hui's 2018 Artist in Residence please visit:

For more information on the Auwahi Forest Restoration Project please visit: