Come celebrate Latino Culture with us on November 1st through November 7th!
November 1st Join the gathering at Kalakaua Park for the candle parade to HMOCA for the unveiling of the Day of the Dead Altars created by local latino artists.
Join in the festivities! Latino Music, Food, Dance!
For the Kaiki: face painting, games promoting Latino Culture!
Sample wonderful Latino food!
Interested artists, food vendors, face painting artists, musicians wanting to participate call 961 5711.
"SACRED SITES OF KOHALA" Photographs by Jan Beckett Presented by "The Society for Hawaiian Archaeology"
From October 3rd. through October 29
Visit Jan Becket website: http://www.janbecket.net/
DECEMBER 5-20, 2014
This is an exhibit featuring local artists.
First Prize Sam Rosen
Second Prize Claudia Hagan
Third Prize Ethel Mann
The opening for Honoring Our Artists will be held at the Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art, 141 Kalakaua Street in downtown Hilo, 5:30-7:30PM. The show will be on display from January 2 through 28. Museum hours are Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm, Friday and Saturday 10am-7pm Closed Sunday & Monday.
The artist will perform a live modeling on January 3, starting at noon, in the EHCC to honor photographer Joe Ruesing. The public is invited to recognize our artists.
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:
"Trail of Tears: the Glass Art of Darren Goodman" opens December 4 at 5:30 p.m. on First Friday.
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.