Maui Arts & Entertainment

First Night: Grand Opening Event Of Hui Holidays

November 22, 2011, 8:16 AM HST
* Updated November 22, 8:17 AM
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By Wendy Osher

Hui No`eau Visual Arts Center, photo by Brendan M. Smith.

Unique Maui-made items are featured alongside artists, friends and community members in the upcoming First Night event hosted by Hui No`eau.

The First Night event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, December 1, and is the opening event of the annual edition of the Hui Holidays gift gallery.

Shoppers have an opportunity to get a jumpstart on holiday gift ideas with handmade items crafted by Hui artists.  Hui Holidays features one-of-a-kind jewelry, ceramics, prints, fiber, photography, glass and paintings.

The one-night-only First Night event offers a dramatically re-envisioned Kaluanui estate with the help of designer/ choreographer André Morrisette, who will reveal his enchanting holiday window installations.

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Aside from shopping, guests will enjoy festive cocktails and pupu, taste special locally-made tea & coffee by Coffees of Hawaii, and listen to spirited music.

Hui No`eau Visual Arts Center, photo by Brendan M. Smith.

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There will also be an opportunity to meet artists including:  Kate Eifler, Ceramics; Barbara Liniger, Ceramics; Katie Lutz, Ceramics; Robert & Linda Sajdak, Ceramics; Deb Zaleski, Ceramics; Galit Breman, Jewelry; Karla Scarlatti, Jewelry; and Stanette Tanno-Kirchhof, Jewelry.

Hui Holidays runs through December 24, with shop hours between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Tickets to the opening First Night event are $30 per person and are available at (808) 572-6560 or at huinoeau.com/events.

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