Supply list for Aha Hana lima workshops:
Our plan is to have people work in teams so if you’re flying not to worry on bringing the drill w/ glaze attachment, nor the 5 gallon buckets. Each team will need this so we can match you up with someone who has this…..
besides normal clay tools:
2-5 gallon buckets with lids
A 5 gallon bucket lid cut with a slit in it so that the clay does not slop out ( we can cut these the first day
Electric drill with clay/glaze mixer bit on end (18” long) and extension cord (needs to be able to run for 30+ minutes or more so should be electric…)if not bring extra batteries.
A good colander that has small openings that will fit over 5 gallon buckets. (Glaze sieves work too).
2 pint size containers with lids
Old paint brushes
Apron is a must
Your own towel/rag
1-2 squirt bottles with small openings- like ketchup/mustard or hair dying bottles
Also , bring in some cotton twine of sorts, and anything you might want to dip:
lace, pine cones, leaves, etc…(not too big)
Click on the link here to sign up Hawaii Craftsman’s site:
I will be giving two weekend workshops and lectures through the arts organization, Hawaii Craftsmen, a 48 year old non-profit organization of artists-members in Hawaii:
- 1st on Oahu, Thursday, March 19- Sunday, March 22nd
- 2nd on Kauai, Thursday, March 26- Sunday, March 29th
These are open to the public, so if you need an excuse to come to Hawaii this spring to take a workshop, here’s your chance!
” Every spring we bring mainland artists to Hawaii for a series of workshops in various media and always with two clay workshops, one on Oahu island and a second on a neighbor island (Kauai). We call this program Aha Hana Lima, which in Hawaiian means “a gathering of crafts”.
Click here for previous years of Aha Hana Lima workshops
Wonderful Exhibition curated by Doug Casebeer
January 25th-March 16th