East Hawaii Cultural Center
Located across from Kalakaua Park in the Old Police Station of Downtown Hilo, the East Hawai'i Cultural Center is a non-profit organization largely run by volunteers, supporting the arts and culture in the Hilo community for over 50 years. Current programs include the Youth Arts Series, Kahua 'Elua Theatre, Gamelan of the Molten Blossom, and exhibitions featuring local and international artists. EHCC is also home to SPACE: a curated concept store
Address: 141 Kalakaua St, Hilo, HI 96720
Phone: (808) 961-5711
Hours of Operation: New days of operation are temporary and do not include starting/opening dates of new exhibitions. The gallery closes inbetween exhibitions for installation.
Gallery/Office: Tuesday - Friday, 10am - 4pm
There is no charge to stop by and view our exhibitions, but donations are always welcome with a sliding scale suggestion of $5 - 20, we greatly appreciate it!
Our Community Partners:
Moulton's Furniture, Hawai‘i Concert Society, Marlise Ahuna Music, Hilo Community Players, Orchid Isle Orchestra, Lyman Museum, Full Life