Opening August 7 Makai Gallery will be the host for ¨Stellae Errantes¨ by Sarah Soward
Programs & Events
View the Fleming family’s collection of ” Tribal Art from New Guinea”
In the main gallery Friday, August 7 at 5:30 p.m. The show runs from August 7-28.
¨Dancing on the Earth¨ July 3 at 7Pm Doors open at 6:30pm
Tickets in advance $20 -You can get them at the Ehcc/Hmoca office, from 10am to 4pm Tuesday-Saturday At the door $25
The June exhibit at HMOCA will be selected photographs by Big Island photographers in five categories: nature, portrait, urban, abstract and black and white. The opening reception is at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 5.
The juror for the Big Island Photo Expo is Laurel Schultz of Holualoa and Seattle. She has taught photography at the University of Washington, the Photographic Center Northwest and more recently, at the Donkey Mill Art Center in Holualoa. Laurel explores the natural world as a lens on human nature.
Big Island Photo Expo 2015!
We look forward to sharing the art of our gifted local photographers. 36 photographers, from the entire Big Island, will be displaying their Art! Come to support our local artists and Ehcc/HMOCA.
Be part of this event! Exhibition will run, June 5 - June 25.
About the Juror:
Pre sell tickets are available at Ehcc/HMOCA office.
Price $25 , Senior discount $12.50 Office hours :Tuesday -Saturday 10am to 4pm
Katherine Wilson, vocals, and Mikala Thomas, piano/vibes, Brian Crist, Bass and Michael Surprenant, Drums present “A Little bit of Jazz and a whole lot of Broadway” Saturday, May 16 at HMOCA theatre at 5:00 p.m. Admission is Free.
Sculptural Lighting of Leilehua Yuen and Manu Josiah
Celebrate Lei Day at HMOCA by making a Lei Aloha Nui with Sue Champeny. Learn how to make lei using recycled materials, silk flowers, ribbon and yearn and fresh flowers! Randy Lee will demonstrate making the traditional Hawaiian lei. Opening ceremonies at 10 a.m. will introduce the festival's Lei Day Queen, Kahokukauahiahionalani Fo and her Lady in Waiting Thailana Aipolani. Hawaiian puppetry, Hawaiian music and hula by Iwalani "Aunty Bea" Masoe and her 'ohana. Displays and food booths. The free event runs until 3 p.m.