Artists for Appleseed 2013
MOSTLY ORIGINAL ART EXHIBITED AND OFFERED FOR SALE: Paintings, ceramics, pottery, wood, glass, mixed-media, textiles, wearable art
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2013 participating artists
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|Jamie Allen||Eric Broder Van Dyke||Mark Brown||Spencer Chang|
|Vicky Chock||Carol Collette||Bronwyn Cooke||Richard A. Cooke, III|
|Duncan Dempster||JoAnn Farnsworth||David Friedman|
|Annie Gommers||Peter Gommers||Daven Hee||Jane Houk|
|Anne Irons||Elizabeth Kent||Jana Lam||Leighton Lam|
|Misha Lam||Geoff Lee||Laurie McKeon||Daniela Minerbi|
|Shigeru Miyamoto||Bernie Moriaz||Kay Mura||Deb Nehmad|
|Chris Obando||Jimie Ramos||Chris Ritson||Jo Rowley|
|Esther Shimazu||Laura Smith||Linda Spadaro||Kelly Sueda|
|Christina Uebelein||Jon Vongvichai||Bobby Yamauchi||Maile Yawata|
Samples of attending artists' work
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To see last year's participating artists and some of their work, click here.
Hawaii Appleseed gratefully acknowledges the vision and generosity of our sponsors.
Gold - $5,000
Silver - $2,500
Randy Moore and Lynne Johnson
Bronze - $1,250
Wayne Pitluck and Judy Pyle
Live music will be provided by composer/guitarist Michael Tanenbaum. Michael is a multi-award winning original artist who plays acoustic guitar, of both original composition and old time favorites. Read more about him on his website here and listen to some of his original music here.
Executive Director of the Sex Abuse Treatment Center (SATC)
Executive Director of the Kapi‘olani Child Protection Center
Adriana has a B.A. in Social Work from California State University, Sacramento, and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Hawai‘i, Manoa. She is a L.S.W. (licensed social worker). Her work for the State Child Protective Services was followed by her work as Program Director for the Teen Intervention Program at Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children. In 1984, she became the Executive Director of the Sex Abuse Treatment Center. In 2011, she also became the Executive Director of the Kapi‘olani Child Protection Center. Click here for full bio.
Judy Waxman is currently the Vice President for Health and Reproductive Rights at the National Women's Law Center. Her career has been devoted to pioneering advocacy, policy and legal strategies to promote the quality and availability of health care for low income people. In her current position, she has led the Center’s effort to pass and now implement the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) with an emphasis on the provisions most advantageous for women, and has been a leader in the efforts to maintain and improve reproductive choices for American women. The rallying cry “Being a woman is not a pre-existing condition” comes from Ms. Waxman’s campaign to eliminate discrimination against women in health insurance and to encourage passage of the Affordable Care Act.
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Jim Weill has been President of the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC), the nation’s pre-eminent anti-hunger public policy, research and action organization, since 1998. His entire professional career has been committed to policy advocacy, research and litigation to reduce U.S. hunger and poverty, protect the legal rights of low-income people and children, and expand health insurance coverage and economic security, nutrition and income support programs. Click here for full bio.
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