November 07, 2013
November 23, 2013
Honolulu Museum of Art School
The Hawai‘i Handweavers' Hui celebrates its 60th anniversary this year with a juried exhibition highlighting works that relate to the organization's history and the evolution of weaving in Hawai‘i.
Juror Val Krohn-Ching, University of Hawai‘i professor emeritus, selected works that reflect the joy of creating woven and hundspun art. She has chosen recipients for awards from local and national organizations, including Hawai‘i Craftsmen, Hawai‘i Handweavers' Hui, Temari Center for Asian & Pacific Art, Eugene Textile Center, and Kenjo, Inc.
The Hawai`i Handweavers’ Hui is a nonprofit, volunteer organization in the state of Hawaii open to those interested in weaving and the fiber arts. The 85-member organization hosts workshops and programs on weaving, spinning, dyeing, and other textile arts and offers demonstrations and programs to the community.