August 2014: 8 Arts & Entertainment Picks in Honolulu

Many Europeans take the month of August to travel, while Americans celebrate National Goat Cheese Month. In Hawaii, we’re sampling beers, cleaning our beaches and laughing at local comedy.


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THEATER & ARTS

Hawaii’s Woodshow 2014, Na Laau o Hawaii

Photos: plumeria nocturne by kelly dunn, silent whisper by francisco clemente, earth, sea & sky by michael patrick smith, hal lum © 2013


This exhibition showcases beautiful wood pieces, from functional furniture to eye-catching artwork, carved from Hawai‘i-grown trees. But don’t expect to see any koa bowls, lauhala or mountain-apple products here—even salvaged deadfall is off limits for any indigenous or endemic Hawaiian woods. For more woody goodness, cross the street and check out Land Division: An Installation by Sean Connelly, a sculpture composed of invasive trees, at the Honolulu Museum of Art, running through Nov. 9. 

August 31–September 14, Honolulu Museum of Art School, freewoodshow.hawaiiforest.org

 

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