Three ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY seniors saw a need in the community and rose to the challenge in a creative and meaningful way. With the entire state of Hawai’i staying at home in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, they were inspired to help others spend their time creatively, so they created the Quarantine Art Club – a website with free, original coloring pages they create for anyone to download and enjoy.
Lina Finley ’20 was awarded the Gold Key in Digital Art at the 57th Annual Hawaiʻi Regional Scholastic Art Awards for her digital illustration titled “The Power of Lighting.”
IPA’s Secondary Arts were on display at the annual Hoʻike Night on December 6, 2019. It was an evening showcasing the creative artwork and music of our IPA secondary students.
Katherine Jones, IPA’s Elementary Sustainability & Innovation Coordinator, was honored with a Poʻokela Award in the “Dance Choreographer/Movement Stage Combat” category for her work in “The Rocky Horror Show” at Mānoa Valley Theatre. This was Jones’ eighth Poʻokela Award, which are given out by the given out by the Hawaiʻi State Theatre Council.
Three colorful and inspiring murals painted by ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY students now brighten up the walls of the main stairwell at The Queen’s Medical Center – West Oʻahu. The mural projects were a part of… more w