(HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii's Woodshow, Na Lâ'au o Hawai'i, the 20th annual statewide woodworking show of the Hawai'i Forest Industry Association will showcase the best among Hawaii's wood artisans.
The show will be at the Honolulu Museum of Art School Gallery at Linekona and will run from Sunday, April 1 through Sunday, April 15. It will be open from 11:00am - 6:00pm daily except Mondays and FREE ADMISSION!
Hawaii's Woodshow is part of Hawaii Forest Industry Association's endeavor to encourage and strengthen appreciation for sustainable forestry through the planting of native species. Use of endangered woods and certain rare species are prohibited among the many works that will be displayed. Works must be made predominately from Hawaii-grown species. Many will be for sale following the show.
Wood artists and craftsmen and women from around the state. HFIA Hawaii's Woodshow sponsors include Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods, Kamehameha Schools, State of Hawai`i Department of Agriculture, DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife, Woodcraft Hawai`i, Bubbies Ice Cream, Martin & MacArthur, Ltd., Alexander & Baldwin/Alexander & Baldwin Foundation, C. Barton Potter, Halekulani Hotel, Ron and Myra Kent, Specialty Forest Products, Inc., Thomas A. Loudatt, and wood artist and HFIA Board President Tai Lake.
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