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Our talented keiki artists have been hard at work on their entries to the show.

Keiki artists selected for Young at Art Show 2019

Feb. 21, 2019

Contributed by Shaundor Chillingworth

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.

Here are the talented kula haʻahaʻa artists who will have their works on display:


Yecenia Aguilar*, Miyuki Erekson

Kindergarten Group Entry**

Kekai Keolanui-Pina**, Allen Laa**, Naūlu Duldulao**, Elias Gragas**, Sara Asakura**, Maelia Kansana**, Keyra Lee**

First Grade

Laʻikū Awong, Melia Kahoʻohanohano, Billie Lokotui, Aizynn Ragocos, Emi Saniatan, Taylor Tuare-Agbigay

Second Grade

Micah Ayat, Rylie Ann Kagimoto, Nakoa Paleka**, Zion Salis

Third Grade

Hannah Acob, Kealoha Alcain, Kyana Koreyasu,

Fourth Grade

Kamaka Masuko, Auliʻi Paleka,

Fifth Grade

Mia Ayat, Kaimana Bowman, Mafatu Frederick**, Koali Ito*, Madisyn Meyers, Tatiana Warfield

*  denotes those winning Awards of Recognition
** denotes those receiving Judges Choice Awards


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 middle and high school artists will also be on display in the show.

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

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

Keiki work on their submissions to the show.

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