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Sensei & Sensibilities: 13th Annual Faculty Exhibit

Sensei & Sensibilities: 13th Annual Faculty Exhibit

Date: January 15 - April 4, 2016
(Normal Business Days)

Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm

Admission: Free!

Opening January 15th and running through April 4th.
Reception and potluck, Friday January 15th from 6-8pm
We invite you to come and engage with the work of over 30 of our teaching artists, visiting artists and studio assistants. The exhibit will feature printmaking, painting, ceramics, sculpture and mixed media works created by the artists over the last year. Please join us in supporting and celebrating this vibrant group of teaching artists that enrich and inform the donkey mill and the larger community.

BMW Art & Auto Journey presents the DMAC 9th Annual Art Auction

BMW Art & Auto Journey presents the DMAC 9th Annual Art Auction

Date: February 20 , 2016

Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Admission: Free!

Saturday at BMW of Kona
Sponsored by Kona Trans, Kona Brewing Company, and Hawaii Kombucha, this black-tie-optional event will combine live and silent auctions in a festive, upscale venue that includes music, pupus and drink.

Featuring the work of 60 artists including:
Alex Couwenberg, John Buck, Clayton Amemiya, Pierre Fichefeux, Esther Shimazu, Cliff Johns, Ken Little, Ken Matsuzaki, Margaret Barnaby, Georgia Sartoris, Hiroki Morinoue, Peter Durst, Eric Edwards, Gerald Ben, Mayumi Oda, Megan Mitchell, Henry Bianchini, Jeera Rattanangkoon, Chuck Bennett, David Kuraoka, Wayne Levin, Elizabeth Ferrill, Johanna Mueller, Miho Morinoue, Margaret Shields, Lynn Capell, Margo Ray, Robert Corsair, El Schultz,Rose-Marie Glenn, Shelly Maudsley White, Sha Shin, Judith Williams, Carlene Keller, Glen Lawler, Jason Izumi, Lucy Arai, Roger Bockus, Terry Tokuda, Mary Goodrich, Tina Clothier, Terry Cisco, Setsuko Morinoue-Watanabe, Alvis Upitis, Amber Aguirre, Kate & Will Jacobson, Marisa Burman, Tiffany Tang, Nicholas Oh, Makiko Yamaguchi, Gary Eoff, Erik Omundson, Ken Little, Joan Namkoon, Doug Casbeer, Pacific Island Printmakers, Faith Stone, Bobby Howard, Mayumi Oda and Linda Jo Kolder

Musical Performance: Rushad Eggleston

Musical Performance: Rushad Eggleston

Date: February 23 , 2016

Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Admission: $15

Admission: $15 for adults, $20 at the door
Children 12 and under free
Please bring a dish to share

Rushad Eggleston is a revolutionary cellist, composer, poet-philosopher, and entertainer whose unforgettable performances captivate and inspire all generations and types. With an intimate knowledge of classical music, jazz, and bluegrass under his fingers, coupled with an infamously infectious sense of rhythm, Rushad is a whole futuristic wonder-band expressed through just one person. Using his cello (and occasionally a guitar) as the steering wheel, Rushadicus will take you on a rocket-fueled melodic journey through space and time, and from the ridiculous to the sublime.
Bring a potluck dish to share.



Date: May 6 - July 9, 2016
(Normal Business Days)

Admission: Free!

The Donkey Mill Art Center (DMAC) is proud to announce our 1st Biennial Juried Statewide Exhibition, WOOD INK FIBER, open to artists working in Hawai'i in the medium of woodblock printing. Artist John Buck will be our juror and the exhibition will be open to the public for viewing at DMAC in Holualoa, Hawai'i from May 6 to July 9, 2016.

John Buck, a long time supporter of DMAC, is a part time resident here in Holualoa, Hawaii for the past 30 years. Early in his printmaking career, Mr. Buck worked with Jack Lemon, the founder of Landfall Press in Chicago. Since 1983, he has collaborated with Bud Shark at Shark's Ink, and has added his own print studio in Montana, where he works with Megan McGaffigan. Mr. Buck lives in Montana and Hawaii, and his work is in the collections of The Art Institute of Chicago, The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of Modern Art, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Seattle Art Museum, and the Library of Congress, among many others.

We deeply appreciate your help in getting the word out to as many artists as possible about this show.
Please feel free to contact DMAC at 808.322.3362 or email us at if you have any questions about the exhibition.