Art Festival at WCC gets friendly with Shakespeare | Arts & Culture
Aching for a fresh dose of culture? Get involved at Windward Community College's free Paliku Art Festival April 2, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
WCC art professors and their students will be on hand to guide participants in the creation of masks, puppets, drawings and even sculpting, all with an emphasis on "doing" art, not just looking at it from the side. The festival also aims to bring dance and theatre, along with poetry, to the island in news ways, like presentations of "Our Amazing Adventure," a cirque-style show with puppets, masks and stilts that's family friendly.
If art creation isn't your thing, check out the many art studio demonstrations and art exhibitions on site, where artists with specialties ranging from grafitti to hat creation will greet anyone curious enough to walk up and ask questions about their trade.
Questions? Call drama professor Ben Moffat at 236-9138 or visit the art festival's website at http://www.windward.hawaii.edu/paliku/, which has a full schedule of events.
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