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YOU GOT THIS KAUA'I CHALLENGE
MEET OUR #ARTISLIFEKAUAI JUDGES
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Artist | Muralist
Seth Womble

Seth is a well-travelled artist with 20+ years of professional creative experience in visual art and music. His main focus is large scale community mural work and is committed to teaching/mentoring wherever possible. While the oceans connected his travels and have remained his biggest inspiration, he is now finding great meaning and purpose helping the Kaua’i community with messages of resiliency and sustainability.

IG: @sethcre8s 

Website: ​www.sethwomble.com

Trysen “TK” Kaneshige, known as “TK” to his friends & Ohana, is an ambitious & energetic force that is versatile in everything creative. TK is a formidable young artist that brings a unique perspective to everything he touches. His resume includes a wide range of skillsets including video-editing, photography & graphic design. In 2019 he received a personal Proclamation from Mayor Derek Kawakami. His talent has been commissioned by world-recognized companies such as Volcom, Olukai & Deja Vu Surf, though he balances his time contributing to his Kaua’i community & small businesses.

IG: @tkay2inspire_ 

Website: ​www.tkaytwodesign.com

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Artist | Muralist
Trysen Kaneshige

During the week of November 16th, 2020, Seth Womble, alongside Bethany Coma and Trysen Kaneshige worked on a second resilience themed mural. “Ask Tutu” was created through support from The Kauai Resilience Project, Kaua’i Planning and Action Alliance, and a Kūpa'a Kaua'i grant from the County of Kaua’i. The Jackson family have been the owners of the Kekaha Thrifty Mini Mart building for over 50 years. It was previously a restaurant called the Traveller’s Den, run by Lynn Jackson’s parents, Carol and Jerry Santos. This was an exceptional opportunity to bring some new public art to Kekaha as well as involve some community members. Silhouetted in the mural, from left to right are: Mele, Kamakua, Keikiui, Rianna, Tutu Kuulei, Aunty Noe, Gialynn, May May, and Uncle Benson. This mural concept encourages us to ask our elders, uncles, and aunties about what they’ve been through. They are our testament to resiliency! They have been through some incredibly tough times. Take a moment, share a meal, listen… you will be amazed.

 

For more information on how to build resilience in our youth, please visit www.kauaiskidsareyourkids.org

 

IG: @TheKauaiResilienceProject

MONTHLY CHALLENGE

How It Works

ABOUT

YOU GOT THIS KAUA'I CHALLENGE

A monthly challenge call out to all youths of Kaua'i. 

[ Must be a registered student between the ages of 13 yrs. to 18 yrs. old to participate ]

ENTER TO WIN OUR MONTHLY GRAND PRIZE

Monthly challenges will be posted here, so make sure you check in regularly for the latest challenge update.

 

THE CHALLENGE BREAKDOWN

A new #YouGotThisKauai Challenge posted every month, with the chance to win the grand prize for each challenge posted.

Stay tuned for updates and instructions on how you can

enter the challenge.

To qualify for the pize drawing, you must submit your video or photo entry online through your social media platform by:

[ Step 1 ]

Follow 

@YouGotThisKauai and @KauaiResilienceProject

on video and photo entry posts.

[ Step 2 ]

Use the following Tags on your entry posts

@YouGotThisKauai Challenge and all other hashtags assigned for the posted monthly challenge.

 

To avoid entry disqualification, make sure to follow ALL instructions and requiremets posted for each challenge.

[Step 3 ]

Share your video post with friends and family.

The more the merrier!

Invite your friends to join the monthly challenges.

JOIN THE ADVENTURE.

BUILD YOUR TEAM. SHARE THE CHALLENGE.

 

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