Island Focus, Episode 2
SFCA’s Executive Director Jonathan Johnson was interviewed by Island Focus host Lyla Berg earlier this year about what the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts does for the state of Hawai‘i. “Focused on the personalities behind the organizations, industries, and agencies that keep O‘ahu moving, that’s Island Focus,” says host Lyla Berg. “We get to highlight the passion and influence of both the people and places that inspire, inform and impact our everyday lives.”
For more information about topics in the interview:
Arts education and access for the arts
SFCA Arts Education programs
Art in Public Places Collection
Acquisition Award Selection Committees: Eligible museums, galleries and arts organizations can request that an SFCA Acquisition Award Selection Committee visit an exhibition as part of the ongoing art acquisition process for the Art in Public Places Collection. To request a committee visit, please read the Acquisition Award Selection Committee Exhibition Visit Guidelines Form carefully and submit a Request Form to the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, 250 South Hotel Street, 2nd Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813, Attn: APP Program – AASC. Requests must be received at least 6 months prior to the exhibition opening date. Exhibits that the SFCA Board of Commissioners has approved for an AASC visit are listed in the SFCA’s email newsletter, eNews.
Museum Without Walls – Works of art in the Art in Public Places Collection are displayed in public spaces including state government offices, state libraries, state public schools, and the Hawai‘i State Art Museum. To view artwork and artists in the collection: Search the Art in Public Places Collection