Dec 27,2020 / Uncategorized
Famous Paintings Challenge

Contributed by Cindy Sagawa Students were challenged to find a famous painting they could re-create, using found items at home. They could be in the “painting” or have a family member be part of the composition. It could be any …

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Nov 29,2020 / Events
Thank You Lana’i Essential Workers!!

As we come to a close on 2020, our keiki want to thank Lanai essential workers for their contributions to our community!

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Oct 21,2020 / Classes, Events, Uncategorized
WE ARE OPEN!

Your Art Center Gallery has reopened its doors! We are open daily from 10:00-4:00. We are so looking forward to seeing your beautifully masked faces again!! Happy Holidays! Let’s ring in the New Year with New Art and pick up …

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Oct 15,2020 / Events
PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST 2020

We still have PUMPKINS available for our ANNUAL CARVING CONTEST. A BIG MAHALO to our Pine Isle family for their donation to the Art Center and the community in bringing back the pumpkin season! This year, we’re going COVID style, …

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Sep 19,2020 / Classes, Events
Join Us for LAVA Launch 2020

Welcome to LAVA: Lanai Academy of Visual Arts Be a part of the first round of LAVA! Free to youth 12-18 years of age Sign up with Lisa @ lisa.on.lanai@gmail.com

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Feb 28,2020 / Classes, Events
Fun with Acrylics

Lanai Art Center is pleased to present renowned artist, Janet Bocast, who is visiting from Oregon to present a 2 day painting workshop. “I started painting in the 70’s while living in Alaska. I use acrylic, watercolor and mixed media. …

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Feb 28,2020 / Classes, Events
Bottle Slumping!

Create fun and useful items from recycled bottles! Maria will assist you with ideas, molds, and embellishing techniques. This 2 day event starts Friday, March 6 at 5PM. At that time you will assemble your treasure and prepare it for …

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Dec 20,2019 / Classes, Events
UPDATE – Date change for Billyo O’Donnell Plein Art Workshop

For more than two decades I’ve been intrigued by the way a painting’s surface and subject complement and compete in the viewer’s mind. In working plein air, I am excited by the way my visual experience translates into a surface …

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