Join the fun at Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center! Hui No'eau provides youth with a unique and essential arts education resource with a variety of visual arts programs for children age 2.5 - 17. Offerings include:
CAMP KALUANUI (Ages 5 - 11)
Camp Kaluanui offers a diverse, visual arts curriculum geared to stretch minds, exercise imaginations, keep the body active, and introduce new idea-generating techniques. Surrounded by the beauty of the Hui's historic Kaluanui Estate, campers paint, build, design, dance, sing, and play their way through a balanced variety of artistic activities each day. Camps are offered 4 times per year - Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer! Visit huinoeau.com, call (808) 572-6560, or stop by the front desk for information about upcoming camps and to register!
FAMILY FRIDAY WORKSHOPS (Ages 3 - 12)
Bring the whole family to the Hui for a fun & creative Friday night! "Family Friday" workshops are meant for children ages 3-12 accompanied by an adult guardian. We'll order pizza and there will be laughter, creativity, and fun for all! Register for one - or as many as you like at huinoeau.com!
TINY HANDS (Ages 2.5 - 5)
Using materials such as pastels, clay, paint and paper that stimulate creative impulses and fuel artistry, children (and an accompanying adult guardian) will learn artistic processes that little hands can manage with help. There will be music, stories, and lots of fun for all! Classes meet once a week for 6 weeks. Visit huinoeau.com or call 808-572-6560 for more information and to register!
YOUNG ADULTS PROGRAMS
Teens can engage in a variety of vial arts programs at the Hu throughout the year, including Introduction to Teen Jewelry & Metalsmithing (Ages 12+), Jewelry & Metal Designer's Guided Open Studio (Ages 12+), Ceramics Club: Wheel Throwing & Handbuilding! (Ages 10+), Drawing & Painting for Teens (Age 12+), and Teen Camp Kaluanui, and more! Visit huinoeau.com for a list of classes and camps currently being offered!
EXPLORE & DISCOVER: A CLASS FIELD TRIP TO THE HUI
Bring your classroom to the Hui for arts -rich learning opportunities in the Hui's professional artist studios. Tour the Hui ground and current exhibition for an educational day of creativity and fun! Dates & Times Scheduled on a First-Come-First-Served Basis. Base Fee: $10 per student (Depends on number of students and project decided upon) / 10 student minimum. Call or email Katie at 808-572-6560 ext. 33 / email@example.com
FREE PRESCHOOL FIELD TRIPS! CALLING ALL EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS & DIRECTORS!
Looking for ways to enrich the art experience of your students? Join our inspired teachers for a morning of art and integration! For students aged 2-5, this program is FREE of charge and can be tailored to the unique interests of your learning community! Call or email Katie at 808-572-6560 ext. 33 / firstname.lastname@example.org
FAMILY DAY 2016
SATURDAY, AUGUST 6TH / 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
You're invited! Bring the whole family to Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center for a family-friendly celebration that marks the opening of the Hui's Youth Art Exhibition 2016. Don't miss out on a scavenger hunt (1st 50 people only), live glassblowing demonstrations, hands-on artists workshops, face painting, and so much more! This event is open to the public and is a great opportunity to explore the Hui grounds, picnic on the lawn, and see inside the Hui's professional artist studios. See you there! (less)... Read more
OnSTAGE is a program for children 8 - 17 who have a desire to learn more about all aspects of theatrical production including Singing, Acting, Dancing and Performing. If your child is interested more in a behind-the-scenes role, they can learn more of the technical aspects to putting on a show.
Students enrolled in the OnSTAGE program will participate in the current youth theater production. Performances are held at the Historic Iao Theater. This fun, high energy, creative workshop nurtures 20 - 25 performers of all levels and experiences.
Give Them The Tools To Succeed Kamehameha Schools is a dynamic and nurturing learning community committed to educational excellence. We assist people of Hawaiian ancestry to achieve their highest potential as "good and industrious men and women."
The school employs a collaborative learning environment, based upon the time-honored principles developed by Dr. Maria Montessori over 100 years ago, designed to stimulate each student's critical thinking skills, cultivate inquisitive minds and empower children to actively participate in the rapidly changing environment of the twenty first century.