Artworks Being Transferred to Honolulu Mayor’s Office on Culture and the Arts

September 1, 2020
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About the Transfer of Artworks

With the recent transfer of the Kakaʻako Waterfront Park from Hawaii Community Development Authority to the City & County of Honolulu, SFCA Staff are working on the transfer of two SFCA Art in Public Places Collection bronze sculptures at the park to the Honolulu Mayor’s Office on Culture and the Arts (MOCA); “ʻAno Lani: ʻAno Honua” by Linda Yamamoto, 1993, and “Lahui” by Sean Browne, 1992.

Bronze sculpture Ano Lani: Ano Honua at Kakaako Waterfront Park.
“ʻAno Lani: ʻAno Honua” bronze sculpture by Linda Yamamoto, 1993
Bronze sculpture "Lahui" at Kakaako Waterfront Park.
“Lahui” bronze sculpture by Sean Browne, 1992

About the Honolulu Mayor’s Office on Culture and the Arts

MOCA’s mission is to promote the value of arts and culture throughout communities in the City and County of Honolulu. There are over 900 pieces in the MOCA collection, which can be viewed online in their Art in City Buildings Program Online Collections Database.

View Public Artworks Online

Public artworks in Hawaiʻi as well as throughout the United States can also be viewed on the Public Art Archive online catalog.

The SFCA’s Art in Public Places Collection can also be viewed online: Art in Public Places Collection Online Catalog.

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