Arts Links

EVENTS, & CALENDARS

WINDWARD ARTISTS GUILD FACEBOOK PAGE
Interact with the guild online and see the latest news on member shows and art events.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/WindwardArtistsGuild/

STAR ADVERTISER’S ARTWEEK:
Find out what’s happening all throughout the Hawaiian Islands.  Since its revamp in February of 2016, this seems to be the most comprehensive listing of Hawaii art shows available online.
http://www.staradvertiser.com/features/calendars/artweek/

HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART:
Find out what is happening at Hawaii’s largest Museum and associated display spaces, including information about the current exhibits and events as well as online tickets.
http://honolulumuseum.org

HAWAII STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS
Information about HISAM (Hawaii State Art Museum), Grants, Public Art, Events, and more.
http://sfca.hawaii.gov/

ART AT MARK’S GARAGE ART CENTER
Includes information about the Museum, Chinatown art scene, First Fridays events, Calendar of exhibits and events, and much more.
http://www.artsatmarks.com/

HONOLULU’S FIRST FRIDAY
Directory of Artists, Venues, Galleries- list your Website for free.
http://www.firstfridayhawaii.com

THE ARTS DISTRICT HONOLULU
Information about the culturally rich Chinatown area, including galleries, events, and much more
http://www.artsdistricthonolulu.com/

HAWAII EVENT CALENDAR:
A searchable list of many events, including the arts
http://www.hnlnow.com/events/main.php

HAWAII PUBLIC RADIO COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Upcoming cultural events listed by date and type of event
http://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/content/community-calendar-oahu

HONOLULU PULSE
Listings and articles about upcoming events in the performing arts
http://www.honolulupulse.com/

HONOLULU MAGAZINE EVENTS CALENDAR
A good list of events, particularly there is a healthy arts section
http://www.honolulumagazine.com/Calendar//

HAWAII EVENTS ON-LINE:
Another events calendar for Oahu
http://www.hawaiieventsonline.com/index.php

MAYOR’S OFFICE OF CULTURE & THE ARTS
There is a calendar of events and a newsletter which (while not comprehensive) is certainly worth reading.
http://www1.honolulu.gov/moca/

OAHU GALLERIES & ART MUSEUMS


1132 Bishop Street Gallery in Honolulu
The Arts at Marks Garage
Andrew Rose
Cedar Street Galleries
The Contemporary Museum at First Hawaiian Center
Gallery Haiku (online only at this time – the mall location is closed temporarily)
Gallery on the Pali
Haleiwa Art Gallery
Hawaii State Art Musuem (HISAM)
Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden Art Galleries (near information center)
Honolulu Country Club Gallery
Honolulu Museum of Art
Island Art Group
Island Treasures (Kailua)
Koa Gallery at KCC
Louis Pohl Gallery
Makaha Art Gallery
Nohea Gallery
Pauahi Tower
Pegge Hopper Gallery
Pitre Fine Arts, Inc.
PLACE A Design Atelier by Philpotts
Robyn Buntin of Honolulu
Sunshine Arts Hawaii
Tabora Gallery, Honolulu & Haleiwa
Tagami and Powell
Under the Koa Tree
Wyland Galleries, Honolulu, Ko Olina, & Haleiwa

OAHU/HAWAII ART GUILDS

Association of Hawaii Artists
Hawai’i Craftsmen
Hawaii Stitchery & Fibre Arts Guild
Hawai’i Watercolor Society
Honolulu Printmakers
Hawaii Potter’s Guild
Pastel Artists of Hawaii
Windward Artists Guild on Facebook

WORKSHOPS AND FIGURE SESSIONS

Individual artists will often hold workshops.  The best way to find out about upcoming demos or workshops is to sign up for their individual newsletters. WAG will often post WAG Member workshops on the front page of the site.  Check the Event Calendar as well.

Honolulu Museum of Art School at Linekona offers a variety of classes, figure sessions, and many exhibits.

Windward Community College offers art classes, an atelier program, and figure sessions on Fridays 9:30 – 12 where there is a series of rapid poses that settle into one hour-long pose at the end of the session.  The poses do not continue from week to week. The associated Iolani Gallery has several exhibits per year.

Zwick Academy of Art (in Chinatown) has workshops, and figure painting sessions on Fridays 8:30 – 12 where each pose is held for three consecutive weeks for a total of 9 hours to work on a painting or drawing. Please sign up for the emails if you plan to attend the session so you will know of any cancellations. The atelier program at WCC is now run by William Zwick, so if you are looking for the ZAFA atelier, it will be held at WCC for summer of 2018.

OTHER RESOURCES

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Hotline

Wet Canvas – a Helpful place to find answers to even the most obscure art questions. It is crowd-source so you will get both the top experts and some opinions, but it’s very helpful.

YouTube has many skilled art teachers.  There are high quality tutorials available free to help you tackle those tough new challenges.