Welcome to SKEA: A place for creating, moving, singing, playing, and connecting.
We are in the process of carefully restarting our programs, with recommended protocols in place. Our organization is dedicated to providing activities that contribute to a vibrant and healthy community, and in that spirit, we are seeking a balance between keeping everyone safe and offering some much needed social interaction. Everyone at SKEA wishes you continued good judgement and good health, and we hope to see you here in person sometime soon.
What’s Happening at SKEA
- ADULT POTTERY with John Beck. Saturday & Sunday, May 22-23, noon- 4 pm; Saturday, June 5 for glazing, noon-3 pm. Download flyer.
- GYOTAKU fish printing with William Twibell. Saturday, May 29, 1:00-4:00 pm. Download flyer.
- TEEN POTTERY (ages 10 and up) with John Beck. Thursday & Friday, June 3 & 4, noon-3:00 pm; Friday, June 18, 2:00-5:00 pm, for glazing. Download flyer.
- SUMMER ART CAMP (ages 6-11). Two weeks- June 7-11, and/or June 14-18, 8:30 am-1:45 pm. Please call or email the office to reserve your space. Cartooning, puppetry, dance and movement, weaving, painting, and more…plus recess (a favorite). Learn more.
SKEA’s programs provide arts and cultural experiences for the people of South Kona. Our two main programs are for children, but we also have many opportunities for adults to have fun and learn something new.
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Youth Art Camps
“Something special happens at this camp. As an educator I see the need for our Keiki to have engaging enrichment experiences outside of school that foster multiple intelligences. SKEA art camp provides children with this opportunity. ”
— Joy Personius, school counselor, SKEA teaching artist, and on-site supervisor for the art camp