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The Show Submission Extension

One Foot Forward 12x12: Part Two!

Aloha Maui Artists!

The turnout and quality of art for the One Foot Forward show has been fantastic! It hasn't even opened yet! Art Maui with Martin & MacArthur has extended the submission for the show.


Once a week for the duration of the One Foot Forward show, new work will be accepted and curated. With acceptance notifications going out weekly. 


This is will help replace artwork that is sold at Martin & MacArthur, Wailea and Kaanapali. Providing artist with more opportunities. 


Art Maui with your support would like to keep the show going on as strong as long as possible. So please keep creating and submitting to this amazing opportunity!


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Martin & MacArthur at The Shops at Wailea

One Foot Forward Show

Art Maui has partnered with Martin & MacArthur, The Shops at Wailea and Whalers Village in Kā'anapali.

Join us on the openings Dec. 2 and Dec. 9, 2023, respectively. Art, Jazz and Pupus!

Show Submission Extension!

Artists, the art submission is now open and has been extended to the end of the show. Go to One Foot Forward Events page to Register and Submit.


Martin & MacArthur has 11 other art galleries at prestigious locations throughout Hawaii. 

Including Moana Surfrider, The Royal Hawaiian Hotel, International Market Place, 

Ala Moana Shopping Center, The Shops at Kukui‘ula on Kauai and more. They will also create an online gallery just for the One Foot Forward Show. The combine audience outreach is 400,000+. Constant marketing will be done for the duration of the show and into the middle of January 2024 and possibly longer.


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Art Maui's Programs and Community Outreach Director, Taryn Alessandra, did it again!

Taryn just procured a $50,000 Grant for Maui Artists that were directly affect by fires in August. More info to come.


Taryn in collaboration with Maui Artist Haven Project have obtained over $40,000+ of art materials and supplies. She has been using her studio as a hub for Maui artists affected by the fires to receive free art supplies. Taryn herself lost all her art in the Lahaina Galleries.

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