Publications & Documents

Recent visitors to the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum included a group of participants from the Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center (HHHRC), a local non-profit agency providing services to the HIV, Hepatitis C, substance use, LGBQ, transgender, Native Hawaiian, and homeless population on Oahu, and Cullen Koshimizu, a Patient Navigator with HHHRC. They have kindly shared ...
Read More It’s Your Art: HiSAM Visitors from the HHHRC

The SFCA’s July 2018 issue of eNews has been published and can be viewed online: July 2018 eNews. Read about job openings, upcoming arts and culture events, and more!

The Hawai`i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA) was established by the Hawai`i State Legislature in 1965 as the official arts agency of the State of Hawai`i. Since its inception the SFCA has worked to enrich the lives of Hawai‘i residents and visitors through arts and cultural programming and initiatives. In 2017, the ...
Read More SFCA Strategic Plan 2019-2023

The Hula Preservation Society (HPS) is implementing the Kamehameha I Statue community engagement component under our agreement with the North Kohala Community Resource Center in support of their conservation efforts.  As part of the community engagement, HPS has enrolled five Kohala kumu hula in two hula kiʻi workshop intensives at the upcoming Ka ʻAha Hula ...
Read More Ka ʻAha Hula ʻO Hālauaola

The SFCA’s June 2018 issue of eNews has been published and can be viewed online: June 2018 eNews. Read about job openings, upcoming arts and culture events, and more!

The SFCA’s May 2018 issue of eNews has been published and can be viewed online: May 2018 eNews. Read about job openings, upcoming arts and culture events, artwork installation at the Nānākuli Public Library, and more!

The brand new Nānākuli Public Library opened on April 14, 2018, and the SFCA’s Exhibit Specialist team installed artwork in the library shortly afterwards. Top: Zhi Situ installing a framed set of drawings, including Invisible Warrior / Christine Faye / pen and ink / 1999. Center: Senior Exhibit Specialist Teig Grennan installing Watermelon Wedgies / ...
Read More It’s Your Art: Nanakuli Public Library

For information about award notification, artwork pickup, and the awards ceremony, please contact Michelle Chun, (808) 305-9709, michelle_chun@hawaiidoe.org. To RSVP for the awards ceremony, go to 2018 YAH RSVP, or contact the Dept. of Education OCISS Standards Support Section at (808) 305-9709. 2018 Young Artists of Hawaiʻi: My Culture, My Family, and Me Hawaiʻi State ...
Read More HiSAM Exhibit: Young Artists of Hawaii 2018 (May 4-June 29, 2018)

The ground floor display case in the No. 1 Capitol District Building (which houses the SFCA office, Hawaii State Art Museum, and several other state government offices) now features works by local artists Yvonne Yarber Carter, Keoki Apokolani Carter, Daven Hee and Jason Teraoka. The Carters’ photo and video piece is an artistic interpretation of ...
Read More It’s Your Art: No. 1 Capitol District Building

Hawaiʻi state legislators participated in an art class recently, making paper portraits with Teaching Artist Quala-Lynn Young. Q works with the Art Bento program, the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum’s education program serving Hawaii’s public and charter school students and teachers grades 2 – 6. Legislators explored color, shape, and expression to create their own portraits. ...
Read More Legislator’s Art Class and Art at the Capitol 2018

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