Quilts In The Forest: Recover: Looking Forward Honoring The Past

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Volcano Art Center announces the  fourth semi-annual quilt show, Quilts in the Forest – Looking Forward, Honoring The Past. The show will be on display from  July 22 – August 14, 2022. You will be able to view the traditional, contemporary and innovative quilts at Volcano Art Center’s Niaulani Campus, from talented Hawaiʻi Island quilters, both amateur and professional.

Exhibition opens, Wed-Sun, 10AM – 4PM.

The exhibition will be held in Dietrich Varez Hall in the Hale Ho‘omana Building at 19-4074 Old Volcano Rd.

 

 The exhibition highlights new and innovative ways of quilting and stitching.  The exhibition is open to the public free of charge however, donations are greatly accepted. We invite you to come to experience the arts by visiting the quilt exhibition.

For More information or if you have any questions contact Fia Mattice at (808) 967-8222 or email quiltshow@volcanoartcenter.org

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2 thoughts on “Quilts In The Forest: Recover: Looking Forward Honoring The Past”

  1. Martha Willett

    I am trying to get in to the quilt show info. It is making me sign in and there is no where for me to sign up’ so I can sign in. Do I need to pay for a membership before I can sign in to this? I am not familiar with you center as I have moved here from Lana. I am interested in possibly entering a quilt in the show and want to get more information on the entering rules etc…. I have made and sold items as well as worked in the art center in Lana’i for years. I will call again tomorrow as I was told today the site would be working although I am not able to access what I need to. My number is 808-563-1179 in case someone wants to return my call. Mahalo nui!

    1. Volcano Art Center (JG)

      Aloha Margaret,

      Just following up on our conversation this morning. I will pass your message on to Fia to call you about your quilt photos.

      Mahalo,
      Jenette Goss

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