Welcome to the Donkey Mill Art Center—a place of convergence where arts and culture are considered a necessity, not a luxury.

Intro to the Wheel: Wednesdays

Intro to the Wheel: Wednesdays

with Susan Raber Bray
Fiber Arts
Exploring Indigo: Stitch Resist

Exploring Indigo: Stitch Resist

with Wai'ala Ahn & Justin Tripp
Fiber Arts
Wodde Jippel: Jaki Small Table Mat

Wodde Jippel: Jaki Small Table Mat

with Lilo Keju, Renny Jolden and Berty Bing

A Member

Join as a member today for access to 20% tuition discount, open studio access, shop discounts, and more.

The Mill Effect

“The Donkey Mill has taught me the importance of taking intentional risks, gently pushing the limits of my comfort zone by asking myself “what happens when I/we….”


Artist Caligraphy art center

From 2017-2021:

640 artists

exhibited their work

2800+ Adults & 970 Youth

attended workshops, classes and other events at the Mill

Pottery Wheel Art Workshops art center
Artists Teaching Opportunities art center

From 2017-2021:


paid to artists through teaching opportunities, gallery and retail sales


with free admission at the Mill

From 2017-2021:


in Youth program subsidies to make tuition more affordable


welcomed arts curriculum into their classrooms through the Artist in the Schools Program


of our classes, exhibitions, and events showcase the diverse cultural knowledge of our island community

Youth Art Programs art center


Our Strategic plan aims to transform our campus into a sustainable ecosystem with multiple access points for our diverse community to connect and thrive.

Shop the Mill

Featuring a curated selection of art with proceeds supporting our local artists.

Latest News

Donor Spotlight: Noriko Kikuchi

January 23, 2023|

The Mill is surrounded and supported by a firmament full of bright star donors. One such star in our community is Noriko Kikuchi. You may know her as the mastermind and owner behind local eatery Peaberry & Galette. An artist in her own right, Noriko enjoys to draw in addition to her skills in the culinary arts that have dazzled patrons of her restaurants for over 20 years. Noriko opened Peaberry in 2004 and it is a mainstay of arts support in our community. One of the first things Noriko did when she opened the café was [...]

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