Windward CC showcases faculty art
Gallery ʻIolani presents a new exhibit that showcases faculty art at Windward Community College. The exhibit will run March 14–May 7, with an opening reception Friday, March 14, 4–7 p.m. The exhibition features ceramics, drawing and painting, printmaking, mixed media, fiber art, sculpture and woodcarving by faculty artists Norman Graffam, Antoinette Martin, Lufi Luteru, Rob Molyneux, Bryce Myers, Paul Nash and Jordan Souza.
Windward CC’s art courses are highly regarded in the University of Hawaiʻi System. The campus offers classes in ceramics, design and color, drawing and painting, gallery design and management, photography, screen printing and sculpture. In addition, every summer Atelier Hawaiʻi course features a six-week intensive drawing and painting workshop in classical realism taught by Norman Graffam.
About Gallery ʻIolani
Gallery ʻIolani celebrates more than 22 years of exhibitions at Windward Community College and is recognized as one of the finest exhibition sites in the state of Hawaiʻi. The gallery shows work from local, national and international venues.
The gallery also serves as a classroom for students studying gallery design and management at Windward CC.
Gallery ʻIolani is located adjacent to the Palikū Theatre in the Hale Pālanakila complex.
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