December 17, 2016
January 08, 2017
Honolulu Museum of Art School
Presented by Hawaii Potters' Guild, Ceramics of Hawaiʻi is the islands' first all ceramics statewide juried exhibition. The guild aims to bring together the best work from throughout the state to showcase the variety and quality of Hawaiʻi ceramics, and to foster stronger bonds in the greater Hawaiʻi ceramics community. The exhibition includes information on Hawai‘i's ceramics community and current ceramics organizations, with examples of work from a few pioneers.
Juror: David Kuraoka
David Kuraoka was born in Līhu‘e and received B.A. and M.A. degrees from San Jose State University, and a Doctorate of Art from San Francisco State University, where he became head of the ceramics department and taught art for 43 years. David maintains studios in San Francisco and on Kaua‘i and was named a Living Treasure of Hawai‘i in 1987.