Kauai Writers Festival Conference
November 9 - 11, 2018
Kauai Marriott Resort
The conference includes talks by beloved authors (like Ellen Bass, Jane Smiley, Garth Stein, Sara Gruen, Kristin Hannah, Christina Baker Kline, Scott Turow, and Alice Hoffman), intimate small group discussions with the authors, individual sessions with literary agents, and group and individual consultations with leading experts on alternatives to traditional publishing. For more information see kauaiwritersconference.com.
Master Class Workshops offered November 5-8.
The Process of Design
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Wednesday, September 5, 2018
11:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.
The Pacific Club
1451 Queen Emma Street, Honolulu
DeAnne Kennedy is a freelance designer currently living in Hawai’i. She has designed several shows for Manoa Valley Theatre. The first was In the Next Room (The Vibrator Play), for which she received a Po’okela award. Subsequent productions at MVT included Fun Home and Rock of Ages. She designed the past two seasons at Hawai’i Pacific University, The King and I and The Wiz for The Bright Foundation at Paliku Theater, and 2017 summer shows for Ohana Arts at Mamiya Theater.
Previously, DeAnne was in residence for two years at UH Manoa as Assistant Professor of Scenic Design, and was Resident Scenic Designer at Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts Theatrefest in Santa Maria, California, for five years. Also a Scenic Artist, she has painted before at University of Iowa, Krannert Center for the Arts, and Utah Shakespearean Festival. DeAnne guest designs regularly at Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Currently, she is designing The Wiz at Paliku, Pageant at MVT, and is working at the Pacific Aviation Museum.
DeAnne takes us into the world of the theatre’s visual artist. Her talk explores the joys and hazards of artistic creation and collaboration as the scenic designer takes a play from words on a page to its vision onstage.
DEADLINE FOR LUNCHEON RESERVATIONS: 12:00 Noon Friday, August 31
Members and Friends: $30
Member: A dues-paying member of the National League of American Pen Women
Friend: A person who has applied for Friend status and supports the Honolulu Pen Women with an annual, tax-deductible, donation
Late Fee: $5
ATTENTION: Payments received after the deadline will be charged a $5 late fee in addition to the regular charge. If bringing a guest, please list the name(s) on your registration form.
RESERVATIONS: Send your check to Baerbel Miller, 933 Kapoho Place, Honolulu, HI 96825. Please indicate your status (Member, Friend, Guest), the number attending, and names of any guests you may be bringing. Please notify Baerbel before March 30 if you will be paying cash at the door.
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