Facilitated through the Sustainable Living Institute of Maui, youth ranging from ages 8 to 14 will explore Native Hawaiian cultural concepts and sustainable living through the design and creation of an art portfolio using recycled media. Join local accomplished artist and instructor Malorie Artisumi, who’s passion for art began at a young age, when an elementary school art project sparked something magical for her. Arisumi is “thankful to be able to be a part of this special project, in which we are able to blend sustainability concepts with artistic techniques. It’s a pleasure working with everyone, especially the talented keikis”.
Class will be held in the Heona Building or Art Building on the UH Maui College campus during spring break. The five days of classes are from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday – Friday, March 18th through the 22nd, 2019. Tuition is $379.00.
Please bring lunch/snack/water. Parents are invited to the last class afternoon for a presentation of the art project and awarding of Certificates of Completion.
Explore the digital arts through storytelling to sustain culture in this immersive fall intersession Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) camp in our Mac computer lab. The week-long program will teach basic coding skills to create a video game exploring Native Hawaiian cultural concepts and sustainable living through the story of an ahupuaa starship that sails through time and space, and more advanced makahiki games. This class is recommended for ages 8-16 and no prior coding experience is needed.
Class will be held in the Laulima Building on the UH Maui College campus during spring break. The five days of classes are from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday – Friday, March 18th – 22nd , 2019. Tuition is $379.00.
Please bring lunch/snack/water. Parents are invited to the last class at 2:45pm for a presentation of final video game projects and awarding of Certificates of Completion.
Scholarships may be available. Contact Educational Talent Search at 984-3286 or email MauiETS@hawaii.edu for more information.
Explore careers and develop skills in the culinary arts! Learn kitchen safety, measurement, recipes, and basic techniques and will cover the hospitality industry, wellness and sustainability. Kitchen lab will include easy to prepare proteins, vegetables, fruits and starches to season, taste and evaluate. Perfect for those with interests in food, cooking and self-empowerment. Students must bring bottled water, wear closed toed shoes, and an apron. Parents or Guardians will escort and sign in students on the first day of classes.
Classes will be held at the Food Innovation Center in the Lauilima Building on the UHMC campus during spring break. Class will be held from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday, March 18th to 21st, 2019. Tuition is $329.
To register in-person for any of the Spring 2019 Youth Camps, visit the EdVenture front desk in the Laulima building on the University of Hawaii Maui College campus, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
For more information, visit www.sustainablemaui.org or contact:
310 W. Ka‘ahumanu Ave