Inked

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    Leilani Moran and her Dad at Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday. Photo by …

Event:

Inked

Date:

June 17, 2012 11:00am-05:00pm

Location:

Honolulu Museum of Art


Event Information:

Celebrate Father's Day at the museum Dads! See the new exhibition Tattoo Honolulu—and show off your own tats, if you dare.

Family Film Sunday:
Tigers and Tattoos

ENTERTAINMENT:

808 Breakers
Take a seat and watch 808 Breakers express their feeling through rhythmic dance combining a variety of dance forms with gymnastics and original body movements.

Chaotic Five
These pint size rockers are Hawaii’s youngest classic rock band, most of them seem to be in their early teens.  They will be performing classic rock songs that will surely blow you away.

Mango Season
Mango Season perform “island soul/jazz”.  You will feel sweet pop melody coupled with the easy lightness of tropical grooves. 

DEMONSTRATION:

Licensed tattoo artist Kaleo, Phil and Kainoa from Extreme Ink Dillingham have a combined over 20 years of experience in the tattoo industry.  Their art work styles range from urban art designs to popular traditional Polynesian and Filipino sleeves.  Come down to see their portfolios, talk stories, and see the various machines they use to create colorful tattoos!


ART PROJECTS:

Kinau Courtyard:
Get a temporary tattoo with artist Kaycie Baltunado

Temporary tattoos is always fun for a little while, looking cool just got a little easier.

Banyan Courtyard:
Make your own tattoo sleeve with artist Nicole Higa

Wear your own cool tattoos! Design and create your very own temporary tattoo sleeve - the possibilities are endless!

Drawing Contest:

Congratulations to last month's contest winner, 2 1/2-year-old Jade Dotson from Honolulu, who said this about her drawing:
"This is a picture of my tattoo.  The design includes a fish, an astronaut, and a monkey." 

Kids (ages 1-17) can enter the monthly drawing contest. The Academy gives contestants a theme and drawing supplies. The winner receives a Family Level membership to the Honolulu Academy of Arts (worth $95), and his or her artwork is used to create the following month’s event brochure and is posted on the Academy website.