Acts & Openings

Kaua‘i Society of Artists workshop

Photoshop Elements tonight

KSA is sponsoring a workshop from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight at the KSA Exhibition Hall in Kukui Grove. Tom Grollman will teach a seminar for painters and photographers featuring use of Photoshop Elements 6. This user-friendly program still allows many of the things Photoshop does. Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 software combines power and simplicity to make photos or art work look their best and share them in imaginative ways. No computers are necessary but attendees may bring their own computers and extension cords if they wish to use them. Cost for the three-hour workshop is $12. For more information call Carol Ann Davis at 742-6523.

Garden Isle Artisan Fair

Hanalei, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday

Over 40 of Kaua‘i’s artisans showcase an array of handcrafted products and tropical clothing from Kaua‘i and Polynesia. Photography, jewelry, clothing, wood carvings and fresh orchids will be for sale. There will be Hawaiian music all day and plate lunches, smoothies and shave ice for sale. This event is free.

North Shore quilt show continues

Saturday and Sunday

The North Shore’s first quilt show continues tomorrow and Sunday at The Church of the Pacific in Princeville. The four-day event offers classes for the beginning quilter and the more experienced quilter. E-mail Jeni at hardy@aloha.net or call 826-7168 for more information.

Kaua‘i Psychic Faire

Saturday and Sunday

The 12th annual Kaua‘i psychic fair will be held in the lobby of the War Memorial Convention Hall on Hardy Street in Lihu‘e from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday. Services available include: aura photography with Rev. Rita Mekila and David Herring; dream interpretation with Carol Fernandez; graphology with Angeline Welk; tarot with Genora Woodruff and Erik Taylor; psychic readings with Krystal Flores, David O’Quinn, Tanya von Zychlinsky and Anne Punohu; energy healing with Michael Govinda Biaa; creating mandalas with Marion Lewis and crystals from Katja. For more information visit kauaipsychicfaire.com or call Genora 482-1516.

Introduction to

Human Design

7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday

Human Design Hawaii is hosting a free two-hour lecture with Mary Ann Winiger, human design analyst and teacher who will be visiting from Ibiza, Spain. Human design gives a way to shift the guidance of life (decision making) away from the mind and into an authority that resides in the body. How this works is unique to each and is based on their design. Download a free chart at humandesignhawaii.com. Kaua‘i’s local chapter is offering mini-chart overviews this week. After the free lecture there will be a series of workshops Wednesday through Sunday covering different aspects of human design. Scheduled workshops are from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 21 and 22. Call for cost or more information, 822-5544, or e-mail office@humandesignhawaii.com

Musical Theatre/Rock

7:30 p.m. June 19-20

“Message in a Bottle” is a journey that blends sound, poetry, comedy and performance art. Quicksilver and Ray as DJ’s (dimensional jockeys) sail the “frequen-seas” aboard their radio ship. They spread the booty while steering clear of the FCC (frequency control corporation). This two man show features Elijah (Ray) who is a multi-instrumental music-magi from the Band of Light and Thalyn the Bard (Quicksilver) who is a performance artist from the “InsPirates.” Shows are at 7:30 p.m. June 19 and June 20 at the Church of the Pacific. Cost is $22 at the door. For more information call 298-BARD.

Byte Me: A digital

challenge art show

Exhibition through June 27

Kaua‘i Society of Artists presents a digital art show. The show includes digital painting, photography, computer-based illustration, digitally manipulated photographs, video art, fractals and algorithmic imagery, computer animation, digital manipulations of traditionally created art, digital montages and collages, prints and mixed media with digital elements, interactive installations and 3-D work with digital enhancements. Showing at Kukui Grove Exhibition Hall, Unit B-6.

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