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Five isle artists win HFIA awards

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Forest Industry Association (HFIA) has announced the winners of the 2013 juried Hawaii’s ‘Woodshow, Na Laau o Hawaii.’ Five artisans from Hawaii Island returned with awards from the prestigious exhibition. Triple award-winner Scott Hare from Kurtistown brought home an Honorable Mention recognizing outstanding execution and design for his Milo wood piece, […]

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(Photo courtesy of Hal Lum | Hawaii Forest Industry Association)

Isle woodworkers come out tops at annual show

Three Big Island craftmen hailed at 20th Annual Hawaii Forest Industry Association woodshow

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HFIA: Castaing wins 'Best of Show' honors

HFIA: Castaing wins ‘Best of Show’ honors

MEDIA RELEASE The 20th Annual Hawaii Forest Industry Association’s Hawaii’s Woodshow opens its doors Sunday to the public at the Honolulu Museum of Art Academy Art School Gallery at Linekona. Jurors for the show have previewed works by Hawaii’s best wood artists and woodworkers and selected winners in various categories. Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods sponsored the […]

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20th Annual Hawaii's Woodshow (April 1)

20th Annual Hawaii’s Woodshow (April 1)

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaii’s Woodshow, Na Laau o Hawaii, the 20th annual statewide juried woodworking show of the Hawaii Forest Industry Association (HFIA), opens Sunday, April 1 and runs through Sunday, April 15 at the Honolulu Museum of Art School Gallery at Linekona. “Every year I can’t imagine that the next year’s show could possibly be […]

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Hawaii Forest Industry Association scores county grant

Hawaii Forest Industry Association scores county grant

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Forest Industry Association has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the county ’s Department of Research and Development to elevate the awareness of koa through a campaign entitled Koa: Standing the Test of Time. With grant monies, HFIA has already begun evaluating existing collateral of its Hawaii ’s WoodTM branding program […]

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