HIDOE Artist Teacher Exhibit at Capitol Modern

November 1, 2023
artist teacher exhibit poster

The Hawaiʻi State Department of Education (HIDOE) inaugural “Artist Teacher” exhibition at Capitol Modern (Hawaiʻi State Art Museum) showcases artworks by twenty-seven DOE art teachers/administrators. The exhibition is on view on the ground floor in the cafe area November 1 – 24, 2023. Opening reception Friday, November 3 during the November First Friday live music event (6:00 – 9:00 p.m., free admission, all ages welcome).

About the Artist Teacher exhibit

Visual Arts teacher design and implement art lessons and activities that meet the goals of the Hawaiʻi State Department of Education, and the needs and interests of their students. The primary goal of visual arts education is to develop visually literate and aesthetically sensitive students who function in society as creators, appreciator, and consumers of art.

Artist Teacher is proof of the talent and dedication of visual arts teachers in the HIDOE. Aside from their professional duties, these teachers engage in their own artistic expressions and collaborate to improve themselves as teachers and artists.


Kristi Auyong, Una Chan, William Ching, Jodie Chock, Kaui Chun, Miriam Chun, Leslie Frasier, Jonathan Fong, Tara Gumapac, Dustin Hart, Alissa Hartmann, Jeffrey Ideta, Hazel Ito, Julie Lance, Madeline Mazzola, Jeanne McLaury, James Mosher, Peter Murray, Eren Star Padilla, Helen Pandey, Jodi Riley, Casilda Rippard, Aljon Tacata, Andrea Wilson, Wai Chung (Art) Wong, Laura Yamashiroya, Dara Zakimi.

Printable Flyer

Please help us get the word out! This flyer can be downloaded and printed: Artist Teacher Exhibition flyer (PDF).

Image: promotional graphic showing a grid of details from various artworks in different media.

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