Artists for Appleseed
The fifth annual Artists for Appleseed will focus on the extraordinary work Hawai'i Appleseed is doing in the area of affordable housing and homelessness—one of a number of areas in which we are making systemic change to create opportunities out of poverty for Hawai’i’s people.
We will also present our 2016 Good Apple Award to Architects Hawaii Ltd. for committing over 1000 pro bono hours to developing design concepts for Accessory Dwelling Units—aimed at helping address Hawai‘i's acute need for affordable rental housing.
Artists for Appleseed will include the artwork of exceptionally talented Hawai‘i artists, which will be exhibited and offered for sale—paintings, ceramics, pottery, sculpture, wood, glass, mixed media, jewelry and textiles. This year we are inviting new artists to participate, and we will have a live painting exhibition during the event. The beautiful setting, lively guests, wine and dinner will ensure a wonderful evening for all.
2016 ARTISTS FOR APPLESEED SPONSORS
- Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing
- Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel
- HEI & Hawaiian Electric
- Hawaii Gas
- Carlsmith Ball
- Edgeworth Economics
- Island Insurance Foundation
- Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner
- Servco Foundation
- Yamamoto Caliboso, A Limited Liability Law Company
- The Cades Foundation
- Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks
- Kaiser Permanente
- Randy Moore & Lynne Johnson
- Watanabe Ing LLP
- First Hawaiian Bank
- Hawaiian Airlines
- King & Spalding LLP, Houston, TX and Washington, D.C.
- Ralph Rosenberg Court Reporters, Inc.
- Sherry Broder, Esq. & Carol Mon Lee, Esq.
- Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher
For information about becoming a sponsor, please contact email@example.com or 808-587-7605. Click here for information on sponsorship levels.
GOOD APPLE AWARD
Hawai'i Appleseed is pleased to present our 2016 Good Apple Award to Architects Hawaii Ltd. (AHL) for committing over 1000 pro bono hours to developing design concepts for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)—secondary dwellings homeowners can have built on their existing lots. The ADU project is aimed at helping address Hawai‘i's acute need for affordable rental housing without the use of scarce government subsidies.
As part of AHL's community service program, the "1% Project," AHL developed a cutting-edge ADU design, which combines sustainable building principles with efficient use of space, demonstrating the potential for ADUs as a housing option in Hawaii. Learn more about AHL's work on the project here.