REGISTER NOW: 'Artists For Lahaina' LIVE Fund Drive: Friday, September 22 @ 3 PM EDT
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Join Us For An Art Streamathon

Art Auction & Live Event To Support Those Affected By The Maui Wildfires

Art Auction • Artist Interviews • Musical Guests • Studio Tours • & More!

A LIVE World-Wide Event 🎨🌴

🗓️ Date:

Friday, September 22, 2023

⏰ Time:

3 - 6pm EDT / 12 - 3pm PDT

📍 Location:

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Hosted By

Kathleen Hudson
John Burton
Heather Burton 
Eric Rhoads

with Special Artists...

(more TBA soon!)
Matt Smith
Josh Elliott
Skip Whitcomb
Mike Hernandez
David Dibble
Lori Putnam
Dave Santillanes
Randy Sexton
Aimee Erickson
Larry Moore
Stephanie Hartshorn

Plus Maui artists: Macario Pascual, Carleton Kinkade, Michael Clements and Koana Smith

- Alongside Other Special Guests & Entertainment -

 Steve Iverson, Founder of Maui Pono Foundation  • Michael Clements, Maui Artist  • Lynn Shue, Owner of Village Galleries Maui  • Joel Navarro, Lahaina Resident  • Local Artists & Musicians  •  Halau (Hula Group) Koana Smith

Register & Attend to Enter These Giveaways 💰⬇️

Win one of these four paintings from PAPA members, an in-person workshop with Don Demers, or a 1 year mentorship with Dave Santillanes. 

Study, “The Secret” by Ned Mueller, PAPA
Value: $1,000

Pear (Oil, 7 x 5.5 in.) by Aimee Erickson, PAPA
Value: $1,000

Ranch Road (Gouache, 7 x 7 in.) by Kathleen Hudson, PAPA
Value: $545

Participate in a Live Auction for a Good Cause

Below are a few pieces you’ll find among the auction listings. ALL proceeds go to nonprofit, that is helping displaced families heal after the fire.

Art detail: Lahaina artist Carleton Kincade 

About Artists for Lahaina

The Lahaina Fire on the night of August 8th was the deadliest in modern American history. The fire burned though 80% of the town and left its surviving residents facing a deeply uncertain future. 

Lahaina was once the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii and it is known for its rich culture & arts community. The town is beloved by the thousands of artists who have found both welcome and inspiration there.  

In support of Lahaina’s efforts to rebuild, Artists for Lahaina has organized an auction of original artwork by artists from all over the world. 

All auction proceeds go to a partner nonprofit that is helping displaced families heal after the fire and enabling artists to stay in the community and play a role in its recovery. 

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