Define Artifact: Shelby Smith
The East Hawai‘i Cultural Center is pleased to announce the opening reception of ‘KINDRED SPIRITS: Exploring Interrelationships Between People, Places and Planet Earth,’ an immersive and sensory exhibition curated by Temple Children and supported by the County of Hawai‘i.
Main Gallery: Matt Shallenberger: The Leaping Place
Makai Gallery: Jim Rhodes: A Collection
The East Hawaii Cultural Center is pleased to present The Leaping Place, a collection of large format landscape photographs by Matt Shallenberger, made on the Big Island of Hawai’i between 2014 and 2018 exhibited in the Main gallery.
August 2nd - 30th
stephen u lang: roots
Monika Mann: Follow the Light
The East Hawaii Cultural Center is pleased to present artists, stephen u lang and Monika Mann in concurrent exhibition installations opening First Friday August 2nd, from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in downtown Hilo. The artists both address the nature of existence and the certainty of transition from life.
LIFE IS A FORM, THE REST IS JUST A VIEW
Exhibition of New Works by ANDRZEJ KRAMARZ
Opening Reception: Friday June 7, 2019 at 6:00pm
Exhibition open June 8–July 19, 2019
Gallery Hours: Tue-Sat, 10am-4pm
A provocative exhibition of new works by Polish-American artist Andrzej Kramarz explores how our points of view and adopted perspectives shape how we understand the limits of freedom and enslavement.
Mayumi Oda in a retrospective survey spanning 40 years of creative work by the artist is scheduled to open at the East Hawaii Cultural Center with a 6:00 pm reception for Mayumi who will be present and entertainment from Gamelan of the Molten Blossom on First Friday, May 3, 2019. The exhibition will feature a selection of silk screen, wood block, intaglio, and calligraphic works from the artist’s Buddhist, Heart Sutra, Kannonkyo, Goddess, and Ocean Series. And include five (5) major original Thangkas that reflect an exceptionally bold and delightfully inventive feminist spirit.
The exhibition titled NIUHI-SHARK honors Kamehameha The Great in both paint and prose with original paintings created by Carl F. K. Pao paired with selections from the book Kamehameha–The Rise of a King by Kāwika Eyre. The exhibit in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of King Kamehameha’s death will open on Saturday, April 6th with artist and author present at an opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30pm at the East Hawai’i Cultural Center/HMOCA located at 141 Kalakaua St. in Downtown Hilo.