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Aloha, I would like to purchase several photos of Kona coffee farms, trees, drying areas, roasting, etc. to use on a website.  Please contact art@hawaiiart.com if you have these types of photos.  Thank you very much.

Daniel Harrington

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Hilo Art MuseumAloha HawaiiArt.com,

I just wanted to introduce myself.  My name is Stephen Davey, and I’m the
Director of the Hilo Art Museum.  We have some great pieces done by some
famous artists, but we don’t have enough art done by Hawaiians.  I was
wondering if some of the artists you’re involved with may like to submit
their work for possible inclusion in our permanent collection.
Also, in case anyone is interested in seeing a really beautiful display, we
have the Italian artist Mirkò coming in at the end of February to hold an
exhibition at the Hilo Palace Theater.  The collection is dedicated to
Hawaii, its people and its customs.  It’s sure to be a great event.  More
info about that is available on our site.  But back to my initial point.
Please pass the invitation along to your artists for submitting their work,
and thank you for your time.

Mahalo,

Stephen

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Photographer to Photograph Artwork

Looking for a photographer in the Honaunau area (or Kona side) to photograph 25 pastel pictures for the purposes of making prints and putting images on a website. A studio/well lit area is required, as the artist’s studio is currently enveloped in VOG.  The art consists of LaCarte card- Wallis sanded stock and Canson Mi-Tientes paper.  The sizes range from 6 x 8 through 18 x 24. Several are 10 x 15 and 10 x 16.

We will require the highest (native) resolution of each picture taken in order to produce high quality prints and for use on the website.  Please leave a comment with your contact information for Priscilla.

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haf.jpgAloha, It’s that time of year again…time to start thinking about the Haleiwa Arts Festival. This year is the 11th one! We are being really challenged this year by the state of the economy and need all the help we can get. Here is the “Call to Artists” for this year’s Haleiwa Arts Festival. I would be glad to furnish documentation as to our non-profit status if necessary. The biggest reason though is that the Hale’iwa Arts Festival is a great opportunity for artists to gain exposure to over 10,000 art aficionados’.

The number and quality of artists has grown steadily over the years, some artists have been with us for all 11 years. The “Call to Artists” PSA’s extends this opportunity to new participants. There are only a limited number of artist that can participate, certain requirements must be met, and a selection process is used to determine who qualifies. Feel free to not only publicize the “Call to Artists” but to send it to anyone you know that may benefit from being a part of the Haleiwa Arts Festival.

Mahalo and Aloha,

Chuck White
LGA

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FLASHY HEADLINES ASIDE, THIS ONE COMES FROM OUR STRANGEST EMAIL OF THE MONTH FILE. DON’T FORGET TO TELL THEM WHO SENT YA!

My name is Julia Jenkins and I am a casting producer for ABC families hit reality show ‘Wife Swap. We are currently casting for our fourth season and we are looking for FAMILIES THAT RESIDE IN HAWAII AND PARTICIPATE IN THE ARTS. This has been something we have wanted to feature for 3 years and we are very interested in finding that GREAT family!

Families that appear on the show receive $20,000 as a thank you. And if you refer a family that appears on the show you would receive $1000.

If you are unfamiliar with the show, Wife Swap is a fascinating story of what happens when two married couples see themselves and their spouses in a whole new light. Time Magazine calls Wife Swap “a riveting examination of family values.” The New York Post says, “It should be called ‘Life Swap’ because it’s not just the wives who learn something here. It’s the families.”

The premise of Wife Swap is simple: for seven days, two wives from two different families with very different values exchange husbands, children and lives (but not bedrooms) to discover what it’s like to live a different woman’s life.

Here at ‘Wife Swap’ we look for a two-parent home with at least one child between the ages of 6 and 17 living at home fulltime.

If you have a family and you are interested in applying for the show, or if you know of any great families that you would like to refer, please EMAIL: wifeswap.julia@gmail.com. Please provide details in your email!!

Thanks! I look forward to hearing from you!


Julia Jenkins
Associate Casting Producer
RDF Media USA
1790 Broadway 11th Floor,
NY, NY 10019
P: 646.747.7941
E: wifeswap.julia@gmail.com, julia.jenkins@rdfusa.com

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2007 10th Annual Hale’iwa Arts Festival

Attached is the 2007 news release and artwork request for the 10th Annual Hale’iwa Arts Festival. Print Ad and 2007 Press Release. Good luck artists.

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Mission HousesAs the appointed Craft Fair Coordinator this year, I am delighted to announce that Mission Houses Museum is hosting their long-standing tradition of the Annual Summer Craft Fair on the weekend of June 30- July 1, 2007. I have attached the a Press Release for more information.

The event will take place the same time as “The Flavors of Honolulu” at the Honolulu Hale across the street.We encourage all interested vendors to submit an application for this year’s Craft Fair. All applications will be handled on a first come first served basis, open until June 23, 2007.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by email at lsamson@missionhouses.org or by phone at 531-0481 at Extension 714. Download the Application and Press Release today.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Mahalo,

Lilith Samson, Director of Sales
Mission Houses Museum Store
Mission Houses Museum
553 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96813-3002
(808) 531-0481 Phone
(808) 545-2280 FAX

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Our Boy Scout Troop, #343, in San Francisco is trying to raise money to send 28 Scouts on a Camping Trip of a Lifetime to Hawaii in 2008.

We are planning a benefit Hawaiian Luau in September, with all proceeds to go towards that goal. We expect about 150 guests and we are looking for donations of Hawaiian products, foods and goods to be used as raffle prizes, decorations and food for the Luau. Can you help us with a donation of Hawaiian art items?

Our Troop is the largest, (over 100 Scouts) and one of the oldest (50 years) in San Francisco. We are a registered tax-exempt organization (see attached) with the IRS so you can be assured any donation your company could provide will be used to benefit our Boy Scout Program.

I hope you will be able to help us send these boys to see Paradise next year, if only for a few days the memories will last them a lifetime.

Mahalo,

Robert Archer, Troop 343
2008 Hawaiian High Adventure Program
Benefit Luau Project
395 Rolph Street

San Francisco, CA. 94112

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The ARTS at Marks is looking for art that reflects Honolulu as the central port of the Pacific Rim for freight, travel, immigration and culture. Please submit images of appropriate artwork to The ARTS at Marks Garage at 1159 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu, HI 96817, or e-mail info@artsatmarks.com. Call 521-2903 or visit www.artsatmarks.com for more information. Only JPEGS or slides will be accepted; no original works.

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Kamahama Schools annual Ho’olaule’a is looking to increase the artists vendors at their event. This is a great opportunity for local made in Hawaii products. The date is Saturday, April 21st and the deadline for applications is March 31st. Interested just reply to Reply to: job-290564612@craigslist.org.

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