POW! WOW! Hawaiʻi 2018 started today. The festival brings artists from around the world to Kakaʻako. Sketch them working on murals as they tower above you in construction cranes and perch on ladders – who knows, maybe they will start rappelling from rooftops to paint!
Our meeting location for Windward Mall has changed slightly. Instead of gathering in the Sears wing, we will get together near the escalator by Bath & Body Works, which is at center court on the ground floor. Check out our updated flyer for all the event details. Hope to see you on Saturday!
Now that the holiday shopping frenzy is over, let’s sketch at the mall!
Remember your New Year’s resolution to spend more time with your sketchbook? We’re here to help! Come to our first sketch event of 2018. :)
Join us at the historic Washington Place this Saturday to enjoy its 170 year history. We certainly will not be the first to sketch the mansion. In fact, below is a drawing of it by Paul Emmert from 1853!
Also, remember that the hosts require that you register for a ticket (free) on Eventbrite to access the grounds.
USkO’s last event of the year is rapidly approaching! If you wish to purchase a t-shirt, we still have a couple left (Adult L, Adult M) and will bring them to Washington Place on Saturday.
Also, remember to register for the event on Eventbrite to get your free ticket – a brief procedure
that the site hosts require for access to the grounds.
See you soon!
This is a rare opportunity to see Washington Place, a National Historic Landmark with over 170 years of history! Visit Washington Place Foundation for more information about this important site.
Please read USkO’s event flyer carefully. Note that while the event is free, Washington Place management requires that you register on Eventbrite to attend: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/htas-aha-mele-hawaiian-music-series-at-washington-place-tickets-40269542285.
When registering online, please review the site’s guidelines attentively (e.g., no chairs are allowed).