Now accepting applications for Haleakalā’s new Artists in Residence program
The Haleakalā National Park Hawaiian Arts Residency Program offers weavers, story tellers, hula halau, literary artists, musicians, oli, mele, and visual artists, an opportunity to apply for a residency from one to six weeks during the months of August, September or October of 2012. Groups or individuals who create any Hawaiian art form are eligible to apply. Artists will be provided with housing within the Summit District of the park, a modest stipend and be reimbursed for island or interisland transportation expenses. Meals will be the responsibility of the artist.
The deadline for proposals is July 6th, 2012.
For more information about the program and how to apply, please click here.