It’s Your Art: Hamilton LibraryPosted on Jan 2, 2018 in Art in Public Places, Art in Public Places Collection, Blog Post, Email Newsletter, Relocatable Works of Art
Our exhibits team was in Hamilton Library (University of Hawaiʻi-Mānoa) in December, refreshing the artwork on display. This set of five kapa panels by Pualani Lincoln Maielua were previously on display at the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum in the “Hoʻomau: The Perpetuation of Kapa” exhibit. The center panel, “Kau,” characterizes midnight and the appearance of the Milky Way as well as the constellation Makaliʻi.
SFCA Curator Elizabeth Baxter worked with Hamilton Library Preservation Management Specialist Malia Van Heukelem to select artworks and installation locations.
Additional artworks installed at Hamilton Library: “Bridge, Bridge,” Sidney T.K. Yee; “Manoa” Allyn Bromley; “Public Space” Don Dugal; “Indonesian Series” Penny Kaiman-Rayner; “Lava II” Toshiko Takaezu; “Swimmer’s Quilt” Mari Sakamoto; “House Dress,” “Tickets Home,” “Birthday Party” and “Night” Laura Smith; “Blooming in Shadow” Reiko Brandon; “To Help with a Migraine,” “Bobby Puts Frozen Peas on Poochie’s Head,” and “Pepper Dog Lovingly Chews on Bobby Cat” Sally French; “The Prisoner” John Buck; “#10 Wallhanging” Jean Williams; “Lono,” “Kahuna ʻAnaʻana,” and “Into the Night” Edward Stasack; “Instructing a Workshop…,” “Royal Court at Kilauea,” and “Hula Auwana” Francis Haar; “Burning the Images,” “December Seventh,” and “On Maneuvers” Juliette May Fraser.
The Art in Public Places Collection can be viewed online and searched by artist name, artwork title, type of media, and more: Search the Art in Public Places Collection. You can also search the Public Art Archive for permanently installed artworks in the collection, such as sculptures at public buildings.
This post was originally published in the January 2018 issue of the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts eNews email newsletter: January 2018