Interested in purchasing silkworms for textile art? Please contact Max Shiroma of JMS Sericulture in Mt. View, Hawai’i at firstname.lastname@example.org. JMS Sericulture is a small, part-time, family owned, backyard business located on the Big Island of Hawaii. The silkworms they raise are of the Bombx mori species. Currently, the silkworms are mainly used as feeders […]
Photo of Mr. Izukura talking with a visitor about his artwork
On January 17, Akihiko Izukura, renowned textile artist from Kyoto, Japan, presented a talk entitled, “Art and Sustainability” to open his exhibit on the UH-Manoa campus. With more than 200 people in attendance, the event celebrated Mr. Izukura’s indoor and outdoor displays.
The Ka Leo, UH-Manoa’s official university newspaper, featured an article about Izukura’s artwork on campus. Please see this link for the article
Dr. Gay Satsuma, Associate Director of CJS, was on t.v. this morning, publicizing “Life in Colors” on KITV Honolulu. Please see the link below to watch the clip.
Life In Colors In Hawaii – Video – KITV Honolulu