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Junior Nicholas Souza received an Award of Recognition for his photograph featured above, “A Conversation”.

Fifteen kula kiʻekiʻe artists selected for this year’s Young at Art show

Feb. 22, 2019

Next week Saturday, the East Hawaiʻi Cultural Center will open their 31st annual Young at Art show. Opening ceremonies will be held at 10 a.m. on the EHCC Front Lanai and the exhibit will be on display from March 2-29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

Fifteen talented kula kiʻekiʻe artists will have their 21 works on display:

Class of 2019

  • Anaya Agrigado
  • Kaori Nishioka
  • Kamuela Santa-Maria

Class of 2020

  • Nāmele Kapono
  • Kawai Kauahi
  • Cherelle Momohara (2 works)
  • Jeysiah Camba-Penera (2 works)
  • Emma Pi’ianaia
  • Nicholas Souza (2 works)
  • Lehua Waianuhea

Class of 2021

  • Bethany Correia (2 works)
  • Dioni Lincoln

Class of 2022

  • Keahi Hisashima
  • Grace Kanoa
  • Trini Riveira  (3 works)

Works range from paintings to clay and paper sculptures to digital photography. Junior Nicholas Souza received an Award of Recognition for his photograph featured above, “A Conversation”.

Just to be selected for this K-12 island-wide juried art show is a huge accomplishment. It is also a true testament to the work, energy, patience and aloha of our kumu in service to these keiki.

Works from both KS Hawaiʻi elementary and middle school artists will also be on display in the show. Over 2/3rds of the works submitted were selected for display.

For more information on the show, visit www.ehcc.org or call 808-861-5711.


The EHCC Young at Art show opens on March 2 and will be on display through March 29.


One of two sculpture pieces that will be on display from junior Cherelle Momohara.


Junior Nāmele Kapono created this beautiful piece entitled "Kumulipo".



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