• October 13 (Saturday)
    Second Saturday
  • 11-3 pm  • Hawaii State Museum

    variety of dots on a black background

    HSFAG’s Second Saturday at the Hawaii State Museum featured flipping face books, google-eyed pencils, and a community mural inspired by artist Yayoi Kusama. Here is the finished mural.

  • November 7; 10 and 11 (Wednesday; Saturday and Sunday)

    Sarah Gunn
    Trunk show: November 7, 7 pm (Wednesday) • Honolulu Museum of Art School at Linekona
    Workshop: November 10 and 11 (Saturday and Sunday), Neal S. Blaisdell Center

    book cover and Sarah Gunn photo

    The Tunic Bible author Sarah Gunn offers a trunk show on November 7, featuring handmade wardrobe pieces. She shares her experience on creating a customized wardrobe to suit your style, along with several of her creations for every occasion! The presentation will be preceded by a meet and greet reception starting at 6 pm with Ms. Gunn, including pot-luck of pupu and desserts. Please feel free to bring your own special dish to the pot luck. This event is free and open to the public.

    She will also lead a two-day workshop on November 10 and 11, dedicated to making tunics that will rival Ready-to-Wear favorites! Students will learn to design and construct tunics with professional results. Sarah will share the story and motivation behind writing The Tunic Bible. By demonstrating the design and application of each placket and neckline, she will explain how to use The Tunic Bible for maximum results, and help students select fabric for their tunic project if needed. Sarah is happy to look at finished muslins at the studentís request. Class and personalized instruction will focus on Placket Construction and Trim Application.

    Check out Sarah Gunn’s YouTube videos: “Goodbye Valentino” or “Story behind the Tunic Bible”.

    Find the Sarah Gunn workshop form here.