2018 ANNUAL HI CONTEMPORARY ART

The East Hawaii Cultural Center invites all Hawaii artists to participate in our upcoming Hawaii Contemporary Artists, a juried exhibition. Our juror, Henry Bianchini will select contemporary works in all media. There is no theme. All works are welcome for consideration.
Exhibition prospectus, application procedures and the juror’s statement at CALL FOR ENTRY> https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=5671
EHCC will offer assistance to any artist requiring help with submissions on CaFE. Please contact the office for appointments.

● Annual Contemporary Art

● Juror: Henry Bianchini http://www.henrybianchiniart.com/paintings.html

● CaFE Submission deadline: August 24 

● Intake: September 1 at the EHCC Gallery

● EHCC Opening: Sept 7

● Duration of exhibit: Sept 7 - 28

Special category for
BIG ISLAND ARTISTS ONLY:

EHCC will be adopting a satellite gallery at the Maunakea Visitors Center this year. 300,000 people pass through! A special category of up to a dozen works from Hawaii Contemporary Artists will be selected for inclusion in our premiere exhibition, a six month event at the Maunakea Visitors Center entitled "Ka Pāheona Mauna Kea a ko Hawaiʻi nei,” artwork of Maunakea, a local perspective.

Artwork for inclusion in the Visitor Center exhibition should be inspired by Maunakea; related to Wao Akua (the upland area usually reserved for spiritual and ceremonial purposes), Wao La'ala'au (the area utilized by Hawaiians for specialty hunting, gathering of bird feathers, and hardwoods for tools, Kilo Hoku (astronomy), etc. and should include a brief statement by the artist.

A Hawaiian Cultural Practitioner from the MaunaKea VIS will be participate in curating the selection of works. 
This exhibition is presented by the East Hawai'i Cultural Center. For more information please contact sfreedman@ehcc.org
 

VIEW AND ENTER THE CALL HERE!

HI Contemporary Art show is not offering EHCC members an entry discount this year as we wanted to make the show as affordable as possible for the entire state of Hawai'i while also affording all participants a chance to have their work selected for the satellite gallery at the Maunakea Visitors Center. We plan on making member and non-member entry fees for later exhibitions.