We are thrilled to be part of a new and exciting project to continue our goal of promoting and supporting Creativity and Learning in Kohala. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements!
*Cathy’s Art for Kids classes are continuing at the new location in Hawi.
This is a very cool Project!! And it involves food. Very delicious food. Check it: http://kck.st/Urak1S
Malia Welch, Director
Kohala Artists’ Coöperative
The mission of Grandma’s Cookin’ is to preserve priceless Grandma recipes and return to food made with love…
Here is a link to my Kickstarter campaign that you can share with friends of Kenji’s- http://kck.st/Urak1S
“Please check out Erik Kennon’s new cooking show, Grandma’s Cookin’, in which he travels around the world in search of the best Grandma Chefs! Pilot episodes include Erik learning to make Salsa in a 300 year old kitchen with Grandma Marta, Erik working at a Mexican Taco stand for a night, Erik getting kidnapped by a Mexican Mime, and much more. There is also a rockin’ “I COOK LIKE A GRANDMA apron” for those who contribute to the project.
ONLY 9 days left to get the show to 100% of its funding goal, and it is currently 73% of the way there! For $10 backers get a cookbook and for $30 backers get a DVD of the whole 1st season plus a documentary all about tacos! Thanks for helping make this cooking show come to life! Its easy and safe use a credit or debit card to back this project through the fundraising website Kickstarter”
December 15th, 6-8 p.m., Saturday
Join us for our annual Open Community Art Show!
This year’s motif is “Bring on the Light!” Bring your piece inspired by light.
All ages/skills welcome. Drop-off Dec. 10-14 at Kenji’s. $5/entry donation to Kenji’s. This is a very lively event, and something you can invite friends & family to attend!
Another great quote for creatives:
“Do stuff. be clenched, curious. Not waiting for inspiration’s shove or society’s kiss on your forehead. Pay attention. It’s all about paying attention. attention is vitality. It connects you with others. It makes you eager. stay eager.”
― Susan Sontag