HANDS-ON AT HUI NO'EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER
Visitors to Maui who don't have several days to take an art class might be interested in several programs and classes at the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center on Baldwin Avenue, about a mile below Makawao. You can have a hands-on experience with as little as three hours to spare. You could visit one of Hui No'eau's open studio sessions. There are open studio studies in ceramics, metalsmithing/jewelry making, printmaking, photography, and life drawing. These programs are open to newcomers and advanced students on a drop-in basis. No registration is necessary. A Studio Technician is available for assistance. There are also a number of two-day workshops, often on weekends, in various art mediums.
THE ART SCHOOL AT KAPALUA
The ceramics studio is open to visitors as well as residents at The Art School At Kapalua. If you have about six days, you can begin and complete a piece. The school offers ongoing classes in various media.
GLASSBLOWING IN MAKAWAO EVERY DAY
Bill and Sally Worcester, award-winning glassblowers, transform molten glass into works of art right before your eyes. You can see their art in action, perfected over a lifetime, every day at their Hot Island Glass studio in Makawao.
HO'OLOKAHI: HAWAIIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS
Every Friday at the Aston Wailea, you can experience the culture of Hawaii in a great setting, complete with music provided by Jesse Nako'oka.
ANOTHER HAWAIIAN ART EXPERIENCE
You don't have to be a guest at the Ritz-Carlton at Kapalua to experience Hawaiian music and other arts in their lobby and Aloha Walkway every Friday.
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