Yesterday five talented students from Lana‘i High and Elementary schools who participated in Lana‘i Art Center’s art contest got a sneak peek at the exhibition “One Way or Another,” which has a “soft opening” tomorrow, June 19. Students were asked to create a work of art in any medium that depicts a favorite person, place or thing to do on Lana‘i. The prize: An art trip to Honolulu. Alika Batoon (6th grade), Kekoa Biho (4th grade), Primo Bolo III (11th grade), Kisha Kala (7th grade), and Jordynn Waite (5th grade) submitted prize-winning art and yesterday excitedly boarded a plane for Honolulu accompanied by Lanai High and Elementary art teacher Ross Hakoda, Art Center teacher Saskia Hauger-Reinholt and her husband, woodworker Ian Hauger. Education resource coordinator Kita McCord led the group on a tour of “One Way or Another” where the kids got to chat with artists Jean Shin (top) and Michael Arcega (bottom). Arcega, who was born in the Philippines, had them laughing with his verbal puns playing on the Filipino accent. Then the students got to see the Academy’s vaults.