Sunday, July 21, 2013, 10am-4pm
ArtSpree is an annual one-day arts festival at Spalding House in lush Makiki Heights. This year marks its 20th anniversary. Families can make a whole day of it, getting immersed in art projects, lounging under trees and taking in dance and music acts, and having a leisurely plein-air lunch.
This year ArtSpree’s focus takes its cue from the upcoming Spalding House exhibition Now Hear This, which explores the kinship of music and art and features works by Joan Miró, Wassily Kandinsky, James Whistler, Onchi Koshiro, Harry Bertoia, Jean Charlot, and Peter Chamberlain. Visitors can experience musical performances, create their own instruments, and learn how to play them. The popular Spalding House Café will feature a special ArtSpree menu with kid-friendly choices.
ArtSpree is generously sponsored by E.M.L. Partners. Additional support provided by Friends of Honolulu Museum of Art, and Starbucks Coffee Company.
HAVE DOUBLE THE FUN
This summer, for the first time, the Honolulu Museum of Art holds its monthly Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday in tandem with ArtSpree. What this means for the public is a double dose of fun, art, performances, and food. Take a free shuttle down the hill!
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE TO SPALDING HOUSE
ArtSpree is accessible only by shuttle bus—and we make it easy!
Visitors can park free at Punahou School and hop on a free shuttle bus, which runs continuously between the school and the museum from 10am to 4:30pm Visitors can enter Punahou School through the Main Gate, located at the corner of Wilder Avenue and Punahou Street.
Shuttles will also run between Spalding House and the Honolulu Museum of Art on Beretania Street.
Public parking and drop-off is prohibited at the museum. Parking along the streets of the surrounding neighborhood is also not permitted. Visitors who require special assistance can make prior arrangements with the museum by calling 526-1322 x10.
ART TO SEE
Explore the exhibition Now Hear This! and have your questions answered by docents in the gallery.
Art demonstrations by Katie Small at the Spalding House Café lanai and Orvis Artist in Residence Jessica Orfe in the Surface Gallery.
ART TO MAKE
Rubber Band-Jos with Art Explorium
Clay instruments with Hawaiʻi Potters’ Guild Education Outreach Program
Rattles with Hawaiʻi Nature Center
Decoration Station with Andi Jonna Charuk and LeAnn Yamamoto
ACTIVITIES ON THE LAWN
10am: Face painting with Dana Teruya Len
LIVE MUSIC IN THE CLASSROOM
Each performance is limited to 40 people on a first-come, first-served basis. Please pick up a ticket at the classroom for entry.
10:30am: Nicholas Laʻa
2pm: Shoji Ledward and Duane Padilla
PERFORMANCES ON THE LAWN
10:30am: Aerial acrobatics with Samadhi Hawaiʻi Youth Company
11:30am: Violinists Kayla and Keely
12:30pm: The Movement Center
1:15pm: Dance lessons with iNTREPID Production
3pm: Interactive modern dance with Giinko Marischino
STORYTELLING IN CADES PAVILION
11am + noon + 1pm: Join Auntie Susie as she reads children's books and performs magic tricks. Each session is limited to 40 people, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please pick up a ticket at the pavilion lanai for entry.
94.7 KUMU’s Greg Endo
• Hot dog $3
• Hamburger $4
• Veggie burger $4
• Turkey chili with rice $5
• Roasted corn $2
• Assorted chips $1
• Iced tea, coffee, soda, juice, bottled water $2
• No food, drink, strollers and large bags in the galleries.
• Please do not climb on the sculptures.
• All children should be accompanied by an adult in the galleries and Cades Pavilion.