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a Climate of Change

Kahilu Exhibits Annual Juried Exhibition
Kohala Gallery
April 7th- June 2nd, 2017

Opening Reception: April 7th 5:00-7:00 pm

still water; reflect
Mary Babcock, reclaimed fishing nets and lines


A Climate of Change is a multi-media juried exhibit in the Kohala Gallery at the Kahilu Theatre. Twenty-six works have been selected from eighteen artists by juror Michael Marshall, department chair of the Art Department at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. The selected award winners are:

First Place  Yvonne Yarber Carter & Keoki Apokolani Carter for their collaborative video and photography piece, "Merchant and Richards: You Can Park Here, She's Not a Meter Maid".

Second Place Mary Babcock, "still water;reflect" a textile work made from reclaimed fishing nets and lines.

Third Place  Tamara Moan, for her watercolor "High Tide"

Hawai'i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts Arts Advisory Selection Committee came to visit the exhibit on April 6 and selected Yvonne Yarber Carter & Keoki Apokolani Carter's collaborative video and photography piece, Merchant and Richards: You Can Park Here, She's Not a Meter Maid  and Mary Babcock's still water;reflect for the Arts in Public Places Collection. 


• the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period
• the prevailing trend of public opinion or of another aspect of public life
• make or become different
• take or use another instead of
Selected artists:
Keoki Apokolani, Mary Babcock, Yvonne Yarber Carter, 
Michael Cromwell, Shelley Hoist, Britney Kalawaia, Valerie Y O Kim, Wayne Levin, Tamara Moan, Calley O’Neill, Joseph Ruesing,
Ginger Sandell, Laurel Schultz, Christina Skaggs, Myrna Smeeth, Jay West, Helen White, Scott Yoell

Seafood #3
Wayne Levin, archival pigment print

Fractured, Ocean, Mauamae Underworld
Valerie Y O Kim, archival pigment print

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