Artist Enos To ‘Reside’ At Castle High School

Native Hawaiian artist Solomon Enos will be an Artist in Residence this year at Castle High School, and the school ohana can meet him at a 6 p.m. coffee hour Sept. l0 in the school library.

Enos is well-known across the state for his striking, native works that span several media, from vast murals to comic books. He will collaborate with Castle students and staff on a special, permanent art project for the Kaneohe campus. A free “Art in Public Places” workshop with Enos also is scheduled for 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 13 in the school cafeteria.

Each year the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts partners with the DOE to commission about four school projects with a maximum total budget of $100,000. This covers the services of a professional visual artist who will work with the students, staff and larger community to create a lasting artistic statement.

For more information, call 233-5600.