Adult Classes & Workshops
The Molokai Arts Center is temporarily closed to the public as a public health precaution due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus). These closures are part of the larger effort mandated by the state government to minimize public exposure. Please continue to visit this website for updates and visit our Facebook page.
Beginner-Intermediate Ceramics – Dan Bennett
Wednesdays – 4:30pm To 6:30pm
Saturdays – 2pm to 4pm
Learn how to develop vessel and sculptural concepts using wheel throwing and hand building techniques. Introduction to the elements of art through the making of the ceramic form. Progresses beyond basic throwing techniques to intermediate throwing skills, various forming and embellishing techniques both on the wheel and subsequent to throwing colored slip work, glaze work, the firing of kilns and various tasks encountered in studio management. Students work towards development of individual creative expression. Materials cost included in the studio membership fee, provide your own tools. Feeling hesitant about taking this class? Drop by during class hours to see what it’s all about!
Strings Class (Molokai Instrument Program)- Bob Underwood
A musical strings class for adults as well as children age 5+ up are may participate free of charge. Instruments are available for loan including violin, viola, cello, and string bass.
Adults and children 3rd grade and up are welcome to this musical class free of charge. Emphasis is on music performance with a concert as a grand finale. Instruments are provided as loan includes the clarinet, flute, saxophone, trumpet, and trombone.
See our Events Page and the online calendar for a list of current workshops and special classes.
INTERESTED IN TEACHING A WORKSHOP OR A PROGRAM?
If you are interested in teaching a workshop, program or class, you can download the application here and email it to the executive director (email contact information is on the application).
We are happy to work with other agencies or schools to arrange classes. Some of our current partners include Alu Like and University of Hawaii, Maui College.
Alu Like Kupuna Program – Betty West
The first and second Tuesday of each month – 10:00 am to 11:00 am
This class is only open to participants in the Alu Like Kupuna Program for more information on how to sign up please contact Alu Like Ke Ola Pono No Nā Kūpuna
University of Hawaii, Maui College – Dan Bennett assisted by Kathleen Mendes
Beginning and Intermediate Adult Ceramics. Contact UH Maui College Molokai to inquire about current offerings.