Hawaii Opera Plaza
848 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
November 20 – December 5
- Sharon Doughtie, an artist/woodturner and teacher whose work is in several major museums and private collections.
- Bundit Kanisthakon, an Associate Professor at the UH School of Architecture and founder of Tadpole Studio
- Tanya Rubenstein, Cooperative Resource Management Forester for DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW).
2021 INNOVATION+IMAGINATION STUDENT CHALLENGE
An exciting component of Hawaii’s Woodshow is the Innovation + Imagination (I+I) Student Challenge, a division that was initiated in 2017 to introduce students to the diverse world of Hawai‘i woods. Students are challenged to construct artwork using a mixture of donated Hawai‘i-grown wood and other materials of their choice.
The Student Challenge is coordinated by Steven Hill, IDSA, the 3DLab Director at UHM School of Architecture. The program exposes students to a hands-on experience of design and production as well as familiarizes them with the value of using locally sourced resources. This year, 38 students from UH-Mānoa School of Architecture, Brigham Young University–Hawaii, Maui High Schools, Mid-Pacific Owl Robotics and Punahou School participated in the Challenge.
UH Article: Architecture students sweep sustainable wood design awards