The Ka Leo Arts Festival will feature numerous groups and individuals from within the community at large. Here is a list of artists and groups that have shared information with Ka Leo as of Oct. 9. For vendor locations, turn to our map on pages 20-21.
Receive one-dollar face painting, provided by student artists Gabby Pangilinan and Jaclyn Knaus. Also on display and for sale will be original artwork by Knaus.
In addition to displaying and selling original art from paintings, drawings, photography and music, student artist Treyvon Love will also be handing out free albums of his music and offering an interactive art project for people to contribute.
DISNEY COLLEGE PROGRAM ALUMNI ASSOCIATION (DCPAA)
This booth will feature the “creative and entertainment opportunities for students with the Walt Disney Company.” Stop by for more information.
Check out Chad Lomiboa’s screen-printed shirts and designs as well as original art pieces.
CERULEAN SUNRISE HAWAI‘I
Owner Tasha Lee will team up with Amanda’s Earthbound Designs to offer a selection of earth and ocean-inspired jewelry. Included are designs made with sterling silver, goldfill, hemp, copper, semi-precious stones, glass beads, shell and sea glass.
Featured are photos by Jason Matias Photography from places such as Hawai‘i and Alaska.
If you’re interested in Moloka‘i shell jewelry, check out this booth where artist Petrisha Alvarez is selling handmade jewelry.
SEASIDE BLISS DESIGNS
Student artist Kirsten Fujitani offers shell jewelry and accessories. Samples of her work are pictured on the side.
Brad Barnhurst is showing and selling original and print paper mosaics. Stop by his booth to see a live demonstration.
Find ceramics and jewelry made by student artist Sofia Mustelin.
HAWAI‘I WOMEN IN FILMMAKING
According to its website, Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking wishes to “promote greater visibility and public awareness of women works in film, video, television and related media arts.” Stop by to learn more about this ARTS at Marks Garage organization and to view photos of past events.
Make your own Day of the Dead mask. The Spanish Club will also be selling its new Spanish Club T-shirts and providing information to those interested in joining the club.
University of Hawai‘i student Kate Bartel is selling and making chainmaille jewelry at her booth.
HAWAI‘I ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM (HELP)
International students showcase their artwork and provide information on what the program has to offer.
ISLAMIC SOCIETY AT UH
Founded in 2009, this RIO encourages “ ... learning and discussion about Islam amongst members and other community.” The Islamic Society at UH will also be doing henna and calligraphy for anyone who stops by its table.