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Paliku Arts Festival

Do Art at Palikū Arts Festival 2018

 
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Welcome to the 7th Annual Windward Community College

Palikū Arts Festival
April 7, 2018 10 am - 4pm

Live on the Outdoor Stage
10 am Oli and hula with Makanani Sala/Pu'ohala Elementary School
10:30 am Kamuela Kimokeo
12 Noon Royal Hawaiian Band
1:11 pm Paliku "Ocean of Arts" Art Strut (meet at Hale Palanakila entrance)
2 pm BYU-Hawaii Shaka Steel Band
BYU-Hawaii Salsa Orchestra
Craft Booth/Tables
Visit our craft vendors on the lanai by the library: Hau’oli Henna, Butterfly Kisses, Maile Girl Designs, and Dieter Runge
Food Booths
India Café, Erin’s Shave Ice, Tea Girls Hawaii/Hi Cravings, Délice Crêpes and The Hub Coffee Shop (in the library)
Inside Palikū Theatre
11 am & 2 pm Nanaue The Teenage 2pm SharkmanFREE performance by WCC Theatre 260 students and alumni. Written and directed by Moses Goods. FREE for whole family!
Hōkūlani Imaginarium
12:15 pm SecretoftheDragon,Losingthe Dark PSA and live sky showSpecial admission $3 all ages, walk-in only
Gallery ‘Iolani
10am–4pm Newexhibit,ĒLukuWaleĒ, photographs of H-3 under construction by Piliamo‘o: Mark Hamasaki and Kapulani Landgraf.
Hawaiian Woodcarving at Hale ‘Iolani
(mauka of Palikū Theatre)
Woodcarving and more with Jordan Souza
10 am–4 pm
Courtyard and Surrounding Grounds
1:11 pm Palikū “Ocean of Arts” Art Strut(meet at 12:45 at Hale Pālanakila entrance for a people/puppet parade!)
  • 3D Sculpture with Bryce Myers
  • T-Shirt printing (bring your own or buy one)
  • Tie-Dye with Toni Martin
  • WCC Theatre students and alumni in roving pirate and mini-performances
  • Blue Zones Project –bicycle art spinning
Language Arts “Oasis” at Hale Mānaleo
(bldg. to the left of Palikū Theatre)
  • Poetry writing & Book Making w/ Susan St. John, 10 am–12 Noon
  • Screenwriting workshop w/ Desi Poteet, 1–2 pm
  • “Tell Your Story” life writing workshop w/ Desi Poteet, 11 am–12 noon
  • Music Making Together, w/ WCC Garage Band Club, 10 am – 12 noon, instruments, voices welcome to join in
  • Storytelling by Joe Miller, 3–4 pm, featuring the kora (African harp) and kami shibai (ages 4+)

Palikū Arts Festival Attractions in Hale Pālanakila, etc.

ROOM 10 –11 AM 11AM–12 PM 12–1 PM 1–2 PM 2–3 PM 3–4 PM
Room 102 Play with masks and costumes Play with masks and costumes Play with masks and costumes Play with masks and costumes Play with masks and costumes Play with masks and costumes
Room 104 Palikū Art Strut: Make a puppet, join the parade Palikū Art Strut: Make a puppet, join the parade Palikū Art Strut: Make a puppet, join the parade (12:45, Hale Pālanakila entrance) Palikū Art Strut 1:11pm (staging area at Hale Pālanakila entrance)
Room 106 Piano Lab Open Piano Studio Open Piano Studio Open Piano Studio Open Piano Studio Open Piano Studio Open Piano Studio
Room 117 Fish puppet making with Sarah Hadmack (ages 2+, to 11:30 am) Draw from the Ocean Within (Open Art Space) Draw from the Ocean Within (Open Art Space) Draw from the Ocean Within (Open Art Space) Draw from the Ocean Within (Open Art Space) Draw from the Ocean Within (Open Art Space)
Room 118 Photography Lab Open Photography Studio Open Photography Studio Open Photography Studio Open Photography Studio Open Photography Studio Open Photography Studio
Room 202 Drawing & Painting Studio Open drawing studio Draw or have your portrait drawn. Open drawing studio Draw or have your portrait drawn. Open drawing studio Draw or have your portrait drawn. Open drawing studio Draw or have your portrait drawn. Open drawing studio Draw or have your portrait drawn. Open drawing studio Draw or have your portrait drawn.
Room 204 Art Studio Open Painting Studio Open Painting Studio Open Painting Studio Open Painting Studio Open Painting Studio Open Painting Studio
Room 211 ‘Ukulele Workshop bring your ‘ukulele
Room 213 Hakipu‘u Learning Center Arts Display Hakipu‘u Learning Center Arts Display Hakipu‘u Learning Center Arts Display Hakipu‘u Learning Center Arts Display Hakipu‘u Learning Center Arts Display Hakipu‘u Learning Center Arts Display
Room 216 Ceramics Studio Ceramics Demonstrations Ceramics Demonstrations Ceramics Demonstrations Ceramics Demonstrations Ceramics Demonstrations Ceramics Demonstrations
Room 224 Drama /Dance Lab Student Improv performances by students of Taurie Kinoshita (ages 16+ Creative Movement with Alex Durrant (ages 12+) Stage Combat with Nicolas Logue
PALIKŪ THEATRE Nanaue the Teenage Sharkman Nanaue the Teenage Sharkman
IMAGINARIUM Secrets of the Dragon and Losing the Dark, plus a live sky show ! (12:15 pm, special $3)
HALE ‘IOLANI Hawaiian Woodcarving Hawaiian Woodcarving Hawaiian Woodcarving Hawaiian Woodcarving Hawaiian Woodcarving Hawaiian Woodcarving
HALE MĀNALEO Poetry & Book Making (all ages), (Room 111) Music making (Lanai) Life Writing Workshop (Room 126) Music Making (Lanai) Screenwriting Workshop (Room 126) Storytelling (ages 4+) (Lobby)

The Information Booth will be open all day in the lobby of Hale Pālanakila. Check in for the latest details. Schedule is subject to change.

Mahalo!
Mahalo to the WCC Humanities Dept. and all of our volunteers, including WCC Music students, WCC Theatre students, and WCC Art students. Faculty coordinators: Mark Hamasaki, Makanani Salā, Norman Graffam, So Jin Kimura, Taurie Kinoshita, Nick Logue, Toni Martin, Rob Molyneux, Kalawaia Moore, Bryce Myers, Paul Nash, Desi Poteet, Jordan Souza. Also, Language Arts Dept., Roy Inouye and Mariko Kershaw. Special thanks to Chancellor Doug Dkystra and his administrative team, Brian Pactol, Ardis Eschenberg, Colette Higgins and Dorene Niibu; and to Jaquie Maly, Jane Campbell, Andrea Macabeo, Kim Yamahara, Erin Mattos, Colleen Watanabe, Elizabeth Ratliff, Trish Brubaker and the Art Strut ocean creature makers, Bonnie Beatson, Nakoa Camvel, Michael McIntosh, Media Services, Kacie Nishioka, Sherry Ching and the WCC maintenance and janitorial staff for their support of Palikū Arts Festival.