6th Annual MidSummer Art Celebration
June 2 -28
The MidSummer Art Celebration is an open invitation to Hawaiʻi artists with no restraint on medium or subject. This year’s exhibit features over 100 works from 65 Hawaiʻi artists selected by juror, Carl F. K. Pao.
Paoʻs sentiments of bold color and strong composition come through in expert display of skills in variety of media. From jewelry to paintings, sculptures to furniture, portraits to landscapes, there is sure to be something for everyone.
In the Time of Climate Change
July 7 - 27
Organized by the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, Art Department, this juried exhibit seeks to explore the question, "How will we respond to the collective demand for goods and services whose byproduct may destroy the ecology of the planet? How do we visualize the present, the change, or the end-game?" Juried by Diné artist and designer, Jared Yazzie.
13th Annual Abstract Only!
August 4 - September 14
The 6th Annual Mid Summer Art Celebration is a chance for Hawaiʻi artists to show us what they have been working on. Open to all media and all subject matter, this show is a lively exhibition of local talent.