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Thursday, December 12, 1996


Academy Art Center, 1111 Victoria St., 532-8700. Young People’s Fall ’96 Exhibition, works by artists in kindergarten through 12th grade, opens Saturday. Show continues through Dec. 31.

Honolulu Academy of Arts, 900 S. Beretania St., 532-8700. Private collection of Japanese lacquer art will be on view Wednesday through June 29. Exhibit has more than 70 pieces, some with inlaid and carved designs, some dating from the 16th century, ranging from medicine cases to large storage boxes.

“Artists of Hawaii,” an annual exhibition of resident artists’ works, opens Dec. 19. The juror, Roy Slade from the Cranbrook Academy of Art, selected 73 works by 49 artists, among them Ginger Bowen, Mark Donham, Kip Krieger and Mika McCann. Show continues through Jan. 19.

New works by Shigeru Miyamoto, the fourth recipient of the Catherine E.B. Cox Award for excellence in visual arts, will be on view Dec. 19 through Jan. 19. Miyamoto, an artist and teacher, is known for large-scale, abstract ceramic sculptures and effigy vessels.


Art Plantation, 66-521 Kamehameha Highway, 637-2343. Works by Alex Steelsmith and the Christmas Tree Show, featuring unique ornaments made by Hawaii artists, on view in December. Part of the proceeds from ornament sales will go to charity.

Arts of Paradise, International Marketplace, 924-2787. “Women and the Legends of Hawaii,” paintings in oil, watercolor and collage by Connie Hennings-Chilton, on view in December. Party 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 12.

The Cafe, 1152 Kokohead Ave., 739-2556. Watercolors by Julie Kerns Schaper, on view through Jan. 6.

Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, 1132 Bishop St., Suite 200, 545-4300. “Who Cares? We Care!” -- works by Juanita Kenda, Song Ja Kim and Min Chong Kim -- on view through Dec. 21. Part of a three-fold Waikiki Gallery exhibit. Benefits the Life Foundation.

Contemporary Museum, 2411 Makiki Heights Drive, 526-0232. “Shirts and Skins,” works by 14 artists who deal with the human figure, on view through Feb. 2. Tamas Banovich, Gotscho, Marc Quinn, Judith Shea and other artists explore the nature of human existence. Free admission on third Thursdays. Gallery tours at 1:30 p.m., garden tours by appointment. Call 526-1322.

The Contemporary Cafe displays holiday wreaths by Hawaii artists through Jan. 5. Artists include Jon Hamblin, Rochelle Lum, Hiroki Morinoue, Esther Shimazu and Roy Venters.

The Contemporary Museum at First Hawaiian Center, 999 Bishop St. “Artists/Hawaii,” works by 22 artists featured in the book of the same title, on view through Feb. 19. Artists include Satoru Abe, Sally French, Esther Shimazu and Roy Venters.

Contemporary Museum’s Honolulu Advertiser Gallery, 605 Kapiolani Blvd., 525-8066. “ASoWbSAoNPT,” works by Hawaii artists, on view through Jan. 15. Artists include Dan Calhoune, Kimberly Chai, Don Ed Hardy, Keiko Hatano, Dean Sakamoto, Pia Stern and Michael Takemoto.

Firehouse Gallery, Waimea, Big Island. Oil, watercolors, pencil and collage works by Nila Conrad, in December.

Gallery on the Pali, Unitarian Church, 2500 Pali Highway, 526-1191. “Art and Spirituality,” on view through Jan. 9.

Hawaii Medical Association, second floor, 1360 S. Beretania St., 536-7702. “Who Cares? We Care!” -- works by Louis Pohl -- on view through Dec. 21. Part of a three-fold Waikiki Gallery exhibit. A percentage of sales benefits the Life Foundation.

Hawaii Pacific University Art Gallery, 45-045 Kamehameha Highway, Kaneohe, 233-3167. “New Printmakers,” works by Sheri Frye, Dan Sailer, Donna Broder, Helene Sroat, Mira Alden and Rob Noland, on view through Jan. 10.

HonBLUE, 501 Sumner St., 531-4611. “Fresh Release,” mixed media by Kristine Simonds, through Dec. 30.

Honolulu Academy of Arts, 900 S. Beretania St., 532-8700. Watercolors on Hawaii subjects by Millard Sheets, on view through Jan. 12. The West Coast artist was director of art at Scripps College, Claremont Graduate School and Otis Art Institute; served on FDR’s Public Works of Art program; and has completed several commissions for Hawaii art. Free admission on the first Wednesday of each month.

“Modern Design, 1920-1960” reflects the century’s major changes, through March 16. Silver, glass and ceramics highlight changes in the arts of the United States, Russia and Europe.

Honolulu Zoo Fence, Monsarrat Avenue. Paintings by local artists on view 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

Ho‘omaluhia Botanical Garden, 45-680 Luluku Road, Kaneohe, 233-7323. “Frog Art” display on the role of frogs in our environment, on view in December.

Kazuma International Gallery, Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Kahului, Maui 808-244-8272. “Treasures from the Palaces of Indonesia,” through Saturday. Sale benefits the Montessori School of Maui.

McHale Videofilm, 1116 Auahi St., 539-8080. “Travelling and Traversing,” works by Elizabeth Knoke, on view through Dec. 22.

Pacific Cafe’s Beach House, 5022 Lawai Road, Koloa, Kauai 742-1424. Works by Kauai artists A. Kimberlin Blackburn, Sally French and John Davison, on view through March 16. Stylized Hawaiian landscapes, mixed media glass, prints, landscape paintings and watercolors.

Queen Emma Gallery, Queen’s Medical Center, 1301 Punchbowl St., 547-4397. “Showcase ’96,” a group show by glassblowers, ceramicists, sculptors, painters and printmakers, on view through Dec. 23. Artists include Jainnie Cox, K.C. Greenan, Karen Hong, Gelareh Khoie, Pearl Kira, Chae Ho Lee, Kelly and Nanda Soderberg and Keone Thurston.

Ramsay Galleries, 1128 Smith St., 537-2787. “Press Pass III,” photography by Dennis Oda, through December.

University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Art Building, 2535 The Mall, 956-6888. “The Works,” ceramics, design, fiber, glass and other works by graduate students, on view through Friday.

Waikiki Gallery, Aston Park Shore Hotel, 595-2399. “Who Cares? We Care!” -- works by Patricia Green and William Luch -- on view through Dec. 21. Part of a three-fold exhibit. A percentage of sales benefits the Life Foundation.


Weaving workshops: Sharon Alderman teaches double-weave and color and weave effects, Jan. 4, 5, 11 and 12 at the University of Hawaii. Costs $80 one weekend; $150 both. Call 521-5511. Alderman will give a free lecture 6:30 p.m. Jan. 9 at the Academy Art Center.

Studio classes: The Academy Art Center has basic drawing, printmaking, ceramics, weaving, jewelry and other arts for adults in 14-week classes, beginning Jan. 21. Call 532-8741. Classes for children meet on Saturday mornings or afternoons, Feb. 1 through April 19. Tuition is $100.

Funding for folk arts: Applications for the 1997 Folk Arts Apprenticeships will be accepted through Jan. 31. The program, aimed at preserving traditional cultural art forms, supports one-to-one training between a master artist and an experienced apprentice with awards of up to $4,000. Call Lynn Martin at 586-0306.

The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts approved 18 apprenticeship teams for 1996, in such arts as Hawaiian fishnet making, ki ho‘alu, Cantonese opera and Laotian woodcarving.


Hui No‘eau Juried Member’s Show: Artists in Maui county may submit two works on Jan. 11 for the gallery show. Artwork must have been produced without supervision in the past two years and must not have been exhibited previously on Maui. Alan M. Leitner will be the juror. Entry fee $10 per piece. Call 572-6560 ext. 30, Maui.

Works on Paper: National exhibit will accept slides of work in any media on paper, including photography, through Feb. 1. New York City art critic Jerry Saltz will be the juror.

Entry fee of $15 covers two entries per artist. For entry form, write: 10th McNeese National Works on Paper, Department of Visual Arts, P.O. Box 92295, McNeese State University, Lake Charles LA 70609-2295. Or call 318-475-5060. Exhibit will run March 20 to April 18.

National Painting Show: Artists may enter two works in any permanent painting medium through Jan. 31. The show is open to Americans 18 and older; work must be original and not done under instruction. Entry fee is $10 per slide. Prizes total more than $3,000. Write to: Paul Edwards, Art Department, Washington and Jefferson College, Washington PA 15301.

Honolulu International Art Festival: Expressions in Art is planning a show June 21 through 23 at the Amfac building on Fort Street. Call 597-8108.

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