Course DescriptionCome learn about carving in Hawaiian language. This is a class for starting carving work in wood, stone, bone and some cordage work. New students, we will help you with wood species identification of native and introduced plants and guide instruction based on the interests of the class, be it fishhooks, food preparation implements, and other Hawaiian carving disciplines. If you have experience in Hawaiian implement carving, open work stations can be used! We provide safety gear, work tools, and carving materials, and a locker for your belongings. Bring boots or closed-toe shoes and a lock (combination or keyed), please.
1) Pursue lifelong learning.
2) Use knowledge and skills to maintain and improve mental and physical well-being.
3) Engage in civic activities with a sense of personal empowerment.
Pre-Requisite: Credit for HAW 101 or consent of instructor.