Stamp with cut veggies and permanent inks on a special Allison Izu bag. Add your name. Your Halloween treat bag will be like no other! Register now!
Temari Hawaii's 36th Annual Trash & Treasure Fair
The stringing of materials together as lei is practiced by many cultures around the world, but in Hawai'i, kui lei is elevated to an art form. Learn the basics of kui lei using pua melia, plumeria flowers.! Register now!
There many different forms of lei, whether used to adorn loved ones or decorate spaces. The making of kūpeʻe (bracelets and anklets) uses many kinds of lei materials, but in a smaller form. Learn how to decorate your kino (body) and a special candle to celebrate the coming of autumn.
Wrap your gift in a fabric square that you’ll stamp with permanent inks to make it even more special for the lucky recipient. Learn how to wrap the usual box, as well as a ball and bottles, just in time for the holidays.
Join us for part 2 of our hand in hand workshops in Hilo, exploring basic and advanced suminagashi and indigo shibori techniques.
Join us for demonstrations & workshops by Temari artists at the Hawaii Japanese Center in Hilo!
Screening for new artists who wish to participate in this year's Trash & Treasure Fair!
For the novice crafter or serious textile addict! Discover unique treasures from local merchants and makers!
TEMARI, Center for Asian and Pacific Arts, in partnership with the Honolulu Museum of Art presents this celebration of boro, which means "rags" in Japanese.