Honolulu Habitat for Humanity is officially launching it's auction on our first Art Doors for Charity this Friday, September 4th from 4pm - Midnight, generously hosted by Bar 35.
Every school year the Punahou Visual Arts Department recognizes outstanding art students. The students are recognized by their teachers and then voted on by the entire Visual Art Department Faculty. The students who are recognized are invited to an Art Workshop that usually lasts for two days. This year, working with Honolulu Habitat for Humanity, the students were given doors that were donated from Pali Momi and given a chance to develop and create their own art piece.
Many students worked together, and only one took on the task of working alone. Each piece is a result of the students collaborating on ideas and execution of the art work.
Now, the students' artwork will be auctioned off throughout the next few months at local events, such as First Friday, and at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. All proceeds of the auctions will go towards our charity of the month, Hawaii Literacy, and Honolulu Habitat for Humanity.
The first door we are auctioning off this month is a Vincent Van Gogh inspired piece. Bidding will start on Friday, September 4th at Bar 35 and will run until September 17th at Hawaii Literacy's Pau Hana. Let the bidding wars begin!
*Winner will be contacted via phone on September 18th, and will be announced on our Facebook page.