Basket Weaving Workshops
By Teri Waros
Kalele Bookstore and Divine Expressions is bringing in an artist-in-residence for a unique community project. Mavis Muller, a basket weaver, naturalist and teacher from Alaska has created a community interactive art project, called Burning Basket Project, which she has shared for many years in many communities, including Maui and Hawai`i Island.
Muller and Kalele Bookstore are inviting the public to participate in the creation a large intricately woven basket, made of local materials and with the personality of the community. Muller will give free presentation, entitled “Public Art as a Healing Force” on March 19 at 6:30 p.m. at Kalele Bookstore. She will be holding more workshops throughout March, some of which will have a small fee for materials, where everyone can create their own unique basket. The workshops will culminate in her Burning Basket Project on April 2.
For more information, visit Muller’s website at www.mavismullerart.com and call the bookstore at 553-5112.