Hope you can join us at at least one of our Wearable Art Shows this year!
This year, we are having a show on Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi Island, and Maui
More information coming soon.
The Portland Art Museum, Oregon seeks an outstanding advanced doctoral candidate who wishes to pursue a curatorial career in Native American art. This unique opportunity would allow a pre-doctoral candidate to do original research with world-class objects working closely with the Curator of Native American Art. The Fellow will be responsible for collection-related research and scholarship and will have the opportunity to meet with scholars, museum curators, and Native communities across the United States to create a new vocabulary for understanding Native American arts research.
The Fellow will assist in organizing a collection-based exhibition, collecting Native oral histories, and developing new modes of interpretation. A 24-month commitment, the Fellow will be exposed to all aspects of curatorial operations and participate in internal and external communications on a daily basis, fully integrated into curatorial and exposed to the full range of curatorial work. The individual will work directly with the Curator of Native American Art, Deana Dartt (Chumash), Ph.D. who will serve as supervisor and mentor throughout the term of the fellowship. The Fellow also has the opportunity to undertake an independent project in consultation with the supervising curator. One curatorial fellow will be selected for 2014 2016. A second Fellow will be selected for 2016 2018. Applicants must be within the final two years of completing their dissertation. Applicants pursuing a degree in art history are especially encouraged to apply.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Pre-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow is a full-time exempt employee of The Portland Art Museum. The position starts in June 2014. The Fellow will receive an annual salary of $42,500, plus research and travel expenses related to Museum activities, and benefits. A modest relocation stipend may be available. Benefits are effective first of the month following 30-days of full-time employment and include medical and dental, paid time off (vacation, sick, holiday, jury duty, bereavement), long-term disability and AD&D, and a variety of perks such as free Museum admission, Gift Shop discounts, and screenings at the NW Film Center. Please see our website for more details.
This is a two-year fellowship. In rare instances, the Museum will consider an application for a third-year renewal. The Museum reserves the right to discontinue the fellowship at any time if circumstances arise that are unfavorable.
To apply online visit: www.portlandartmuseum.org/
Please do not delay in applying. Position begins in June 2014.
The Portland Art Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please do not submit multiple application packages. Resumes received without completed employment application or cover letter will not be considered.
Idyllwild Arts is offering scholarship opportunities for Native American youth and adults for their summer programs!
The Idyllwild Arts Summer Program offers workshops for adults and youth in Native American arts and cultures, ceramics, painting, photography, creative writing, filmmaking, dance, theater, and music, on our beautiful campus in the San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California. Exhibits, lectures, demonstrations and performances complement these programs throughout the summer.
The Idyllwild Arts Academy 2014-2015 Native American Student scholarship is provided for students of high school age with current tribal affiliation, financial need, and who would like to study in one of the seven arts majors – Visual Arts, Creative Writing, Dance, Theatre, Music, Moving Pictures, and InterArts/Fashion. The Idyllwild Arts Academy offers pre-professional training in the arts and a strong academic program. Graduates from Idyllwild Arts Academy have gone on to exhibit in major galleries and museums, and to perform in renowned orchestras, professional dance troupes, Broadway touring companies and numerous films and television shows, and more.
Students applying for the Academy should complete an application of admission which is available online at www.idyllwildarts.org/academy, contacting email@example.com or by calling the Admission office at (951) 659-2171 ext. 2223.
The Native American Youth Scholarship is designed for students ages 9 – 18, with current tribal affiliation, and financial need. The expenses covered include tuition, lab fee, registration fee, dorm housing, and all meals in the campus dining hall. Students are responsible for their transportation to and from Idyllwild. We are located between Palm Springs and Riverside, in the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California. Note: If you need assistance with transportation, please contact the Summer Program Registrar.
The Native American Teacher/Community Leader Scholarship is designed for adults 18 and over, with current tribal affiliation. The purpose of this scholarship fund is to bring teachers and community leaders to workshops at Idyllwild Arts to benefit both the scholarship recipients themselves as well as those in their schools and/or tribal communities when they return home. Applicants with financial need are given priority. The expenses covered by the scholarship include tuition, lab fee, registration fee, dorm housing, and all meals in the campus dining hall. The recipients are responsible for their transportation to and from campus. Idyllwild Arts is located between Palm Springs and Riverside. There are several steps that you need to take before applying. Please see the fact sheet below for full information on how to apply.
For more information, please visit www.idyllwildarts.org/summer.
Did you hear about the new flights that Hawaiian Air is offering?
‘Ohana by Hawaiian
Celebrates New Interisland
with Special $59 Fare Sale
Three daily flights to Molokai will launch on
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Twice daily service to Lana‘i begins
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Hawai‘i’s newest interisland operation, ‘Ohana by Hawaiian, today announced that tickets for its long-awaited turboprop service from Honolulu International Airport (HNL) to Molokai Airport (MKK) and Lana‘i Airport (LNY) are now available for purchase at HawaiianAirlines.com. Three daily flights to MKK will launch on Tues., March 11 and twice daily service to LNY will begin Tues., March 18. In celebration of the launch, the airline is offering a special fare sale of $59 each way for tickets booked today throughMon., Feb. 17 for travel through April 17, 2014 to either destination.
For Hawai‘i residents on Molokai and Lana‘i, and for the kama‘aina and visitor travelers to those communities, ‘Ohana by Hawaiian will provide safe, reliable, and on-time air service fully integrated with the Hawaiian Airlines network, offering consistent connectivity throughout the Islands, and onto North America and the Asia-Pacific regions. ‘Ohana by Hawaiian anchors Hawaiian Airlines to its legacy as Hawai‘i’s first airline and its vision of connecting all of our island communities through flight. ‘Ohana by Hawaiian will provide convenience, quality and the friendly Hawaiian hospitality expected of Hawaiian Airlines to all who travel to and from these island communities.
The daily flights, operated by Empire Airlines, are scheduled below:
The livery of the new 48-passenger ATR-42 aircraft was created by renowned Hilo-based artist Sig Zane and his son Kuha‘o. They incorporated Hawaiian Airlines’ interisland route map as a foundation for the design, which weaves three kapa patterns: piko (navel), representing ancestry and progeny; manu (bird), representing both a bird in flight and the prow of a canoe, the traditional form of migration; and kalo (taro), representing family. The ATR-42 aircraft are named after a significant wind on each of the islands that ‘Ohana by Hawaiian will serve: Holo Kaomi of Paoma‘i, Lana‘i; Kaiaulu of Wai‘anae, O‘ahu; and Hikipua of Halawa, Molokai.
Members of HawaiianMiles, the Hawaiian Airlines loyalty program, can earn or redeem miles for award travel on all ‘Ohana by Hawaiian flights. To learn more or to sign up for free, visit HawaiianAirlines.com/
‘Ohana by Hawaiian flights are available for booking via the Corporate Website. Corporate Benefits will apply unless noted.
It’s that time of the year again, it’s time for the Leeward Community College Culinary Arts Program Scholarship Brunch! Join PAʻI Foundation and Pua Aliʻi ʻIlima for a morning of ʻono food, music and crafts. The brunch will be held on Sunday, February 16, 2014 from 7:30 am – 11:30 am at the Leeward Community College Uluwehi Cafe & Lion Courtyard. Ticket prices are as follows: Adults – $17 (pre-sale), $22 at the door, Children 5 – 10 years old – $8 at the door (ONLY), Children 4 year and under – FREE.
Never been to the LCC Culinary Arts Program Scholarship Brunch? Want to know a little more about the brunch and the scholarship? Watch the video below! (Mahalo to the Mililani High School Trojan Times for this wonderful video!)
You may purchase your pre-sale tickets from the PAʻI Arts & Culture Center (while supplies last), or you may call 808-455-0298.
Come out and support a the next generation of chefs…you and your taste buds will happy you did!
To see the brunch menu, please click on the link below: