Programs & Events
"A you and me kind of thing"
A Performance Poetry, Music,Song & Drama Concert
The Poet Michele Dalton
and special guest;
singer, musician Dalton Levora
May 28th at 6 PM
EAST HAWAII CULTURAL CENTER/HMOCA 141 Kalakaua St, Hilo, Hawaii 96720
Admission; $5 at the door. For more info Contact, 808–319-8248
Shingo Honda in exhibition at the East Hawaii Cultural Center, Hilo Hawaii opening Saturday May 28, 2016 at 2:00pm through Friday June 24, 2016 features an exuberant selection of paintings and drawings. The episodic presentation includes graphite and colored pencil drawings; abstract and representational paintings executed in a range of media on both paper and canvas.
The workshop will function as a liberal space for the kids to explore creative possibilities under their own perception, using their bodies, the space and other objective materials to make installations, paintings, artistic actions, etc. In this way the children will stimulate their capability to interact in a creative way with their surroundings. The exercises practice techniques inspired by theater, dance and visual arts. They will create their own situations and interpretations as they play, having possibly, for the first time, a formal encounter with conceptual and action art.
Orchid Isle Orchestra will be Bach in Hilo on Sunday, May 22, at 4p.m., at the East Hawaii Cultural Center/Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art. Bach's Double Violin Concerto will be featured. Alden Young returns from his first year of violin study at Boston Conservatory and will join graduating Waiakea High School senior Kayla Rimando as soloists in the first movement. Violin teachers Glenda Johnson and Cathy Young will solo for the second movement. St.
Come down enjoy the music, learn the dance taste the food. #ehcc#ehcchmoca
EHCC, in partnership with Chow Downtown, invites you to spend the afternoon with us. Do you like face painting? How about watching balloons become flowers? Maybe you would like to have your picture taken in our very own Photo Booth. That would make a great souvenir! Come explore and enjoy the fun activities throughout our historic property while enjoying great music, exciting workshops, ono food, live performances, silent auctions and so much more.
Collage, Jewelry Making, and Exploratory Painting
Young at Art is a decades long tradition spearheaded by EHCC volunteer, Judy Hara. The exhibition offers a venue for public, private, charter, and home school school children of the Big Island, encouraging creativity and the pursuit of art media. In this decade of diminishing investment in educational arts programs, Young at Art underscores our belief that creative thinking is a critical resource for all of our kids.