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Capitol Modern - The Hawai‘i State Art Museum February 2024 Events
FEBRUARY 2024 EVENTS
2024 HAWAIʻI REGIONAL SCHOLASTIC STUDENT ART AWARDS EXHIBIT
Experience Hawaiʻi through award-winning artworks by Hawaiʻi students grades 7-12 in this annual student exhibit. February 24 - March 23, 2024 in the ʻEwa Gallery.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 6-9 PM
Celebrating the title reveal for Hawaiʻi Triennial 2025. Musical guests DJ Mermaid and Punahele, lei-making with The Lei Bar and more! All ages welcome, free admission.
FRIDAY NIGHT TEMPO
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16, 6-9 PM
Homegrown by Aloha Got Soul, featuring Aloha Got Soul Vinyl DJ, Maryanne Ito, and Mike Lundy. Friday Night Tempo is a free, all-ages evening event every third Friday of the month.
FRIDAY NIGHT TEMPO
HONOLULU THEATRE FOR YOUTH
Forest Flutters is a free, multi sensory immersive performance designed for young people with developmental differences and disabilities. Attendance for each performance is limited to 10 children and their care givers and tickets must be reserved in advance. For more information and to reserve tickets, please go to the Honolulu Theatre for Youth website: Forest Flutters at Capitol Modern.
FOREST FLUTTERS INFO
Recent additions to the Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaiʻi State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA), Hawaiʻi’s state government arts agency. Artworks in the collection are displayed in hundreds of state government sites across the islands. Exhibit closes February 24, 2024.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
Photo: detail of “Piʻi Ka Mauna”, Roen Hufford. SFCA Art in Public Places Collection.
Photo: view of the “Accession: recent additions to the Art in Public Places Collection” exhibit.
VOLUNTEER FOR FESTPAC 2024
We're looking for helping hands to volunteer at Capitol Modern for the 13th annual Festival of Pacific Arts & Culture happening from June 6-16. Affectionately known as "FestPAC", the festival is the world’s largest celebration of indigenous Pacific Islanders.
Volunteering may include assisting guests with wayfinding around the museum grounds, assisting with activities, set-up and breakdown help, working at an information table, etc. A thorough volunteer training will be provided in advance of the event!
Complete the Volunteer Registration Form as a preliminary sign-up, and another form will be shared at a later date to determine your duty preferences and availability to kōkua.
VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION FORM
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- Capitol Modern - The Hawai‘i State Art Museum
The free, contemporary public art gallery of Hawai‘i has evolved and rebranded, debuting a new name, creative gathering spaces and calendar of events. Formerly called the Hawai‘i State Art Museum (HISAM), the name Capitol Modern is meant to better reflect its location in Honolulu’s historic Capitol District and the vibrant modern art experience people have come to love.
Capitol Modern is eager for the public to experience this next chapter in their evolution as the people’s museum, and the opportunity to reach diverse audiences in all Hawai‘i communities.
250 South Hotel Street, 2nd Floor, Honolulu, HI (View Map)
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