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Empty Bowl Hawaii
Friday, April 26, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (HST)
Empty Bowl Hawaii
Ala Moana Center, Makai Parking Deck
Corner of Ala Moana Boulevard and Piikoi Street.
5,000 one-of-a-kind ceramic bowls created by local artisans. 21 delicious soups donated by local restaurants. A benefit for HMoW - Hawaii Meals on Wheels.
Presale Tickets: $20
Tickets at the event: $25
Please show your phone or printed ticket, along with a valid photo ID at the event for an Official Empty Bowl Hawaii Admission Pass. Admission Pass is required for entrance into the event.
No refunds. Empty Bowl Hawaii is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets.
Thank you for supporting Empty Bowl Hawaii and Hawaii Meals on Wheels.
When & Where
Hawaii Potters' Guild
Hawai’i Potters’ Guild (HPG) is a non-profit organization committed to the support and development of ceramic arts and crafts.
HPG was founded in 1967 by several potters desiring to form an active center to “experience clay” for the community. Since then, it has grown into a thriving studio with many of its potters being active in the local arts scene.
The studio was established at its current location through an agreement with the Church of the Crossroads, whose mission also includes promoting community service and educational programs. The University of Hawai’i and the State Foundation for Culture and the Arts also provided support towards the founding of HPG.
In 2004, the studio underwent major renovations to improve the facility. In addition to providing a better working space, HPG also increased the number of classes and increased studio hours.
HPG welcomes anyone interested in learning and participating in the art of ceramics. For more information please contact the HPG studio.
To provide workshop facilities and classes for people in the State of Hawaii so that they will be able to learn the techniques of ceramics and work together in as free an atmosphere as possible; to encourage the highest standards in instruction and use of the best materials available; to provide such services on a non-profit basis financed by fees from classes and members, donations, grants, government funds, and fund-raising activities; to encourage a spirit of cooperativeness and community within the operation; and to cooperate with and encourage other such programs within the state.