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October 2019 Newsletter The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ November 2019 newsletter has been published and can be read online: SFCA October 2019 Newsletter. Read about Hawaii State Art Museum Event Calendar The Hawaii State Art Museum’s event calendar for October 2019 has also been published and can be read online: HiSAM October ...
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September 2019 Newsletter The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ September 2019 newsletter has been published and can be read online: SFCA September 2019 Newsletter. Read about the “E Huli I Ka Ike” artwork dedication ceremony at Kualapuu Public Conversion Charter School on Molokai, the Hawaii State Capitol time capsule, the Na Akua Akea: ...
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August 2019 Newsletter The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ August 2019 newsletter has been published and can be read online: SFCA August 2019 Newsletter. Read about the “Mr. Chickenpants” sculpture by May Izumi, recent conservation work for the Art in Public Places Collection, SFCA in the news and more! Hawaiʻi State Art Museum ...
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July 2019 Newsletter The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ July 2019 newsletter has been published and can be read online: SFCA July 2019 Newsletter. Read our mahalo to Patricia Hamamoto, welcome to Lloyd Unebasami, recent conservation work for the Art in Public Places Collection and more! Hawaiʻi State Art Museum Event Calendar The ...
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June 2019 Newsletter The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ June 2019 newsletter has been published and can be read online: SFCA June 2019 Newsletter. Read about SFCA loans to the Volcano Art Center, conservation work on the King Kamehameha I sculpture, 2019 Poetry Out Loud National Finals and more! Hawaiʻi State Art Museum ...
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Approved Acquisition Award Selection Committee visits, May 2019 The role of the Acquisition Award Selection Committee (AASC) is to make recommendations to the SFCA regarding the purchase of works of art, including the review, nomination, evaluation and selection of the recommended artworks for acquisition. The AASC is generally composed of SFCA commissioners, staff members, and ...
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May 2019 Newsletter The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ May 2019 newsletter has been published and can be read online: SFCA May 2019 Newsletter. Read about applying for Biennium Grants, recent conservation work for the Art in Public Places Collection, Art at the Capitol, and more! Hawaiʻi State Art Museum Event Calendar The ...
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April 2019 Newsletter The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ April 2019 newsletter has been published and can be read online: SFCA April 2019 Newsletter. Read about upcoming Acquisition Award Selection Committee (AASC) exhibit visits, new Permanent Work of Art at Lahainaluna High School, and more! Hawaiʻi State Art Museum Event Calendar The Hawaiʻi ...
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Legislator’s Art Class Hawaiʻi state legislators participated in an art class recently, making paper photo collages with Teaching Artist Emily McIlroy. Emily 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. This year, the activity was a collage ...
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“Ke Kukui Pioʻole (The Inextinguishable Torch)” at Lahainaluna High School by Randall Shiroma “Ke Kukui Pioʻole (The Inextinguishable Torch)” a stainless steel and terrazzo sculpture by Randall Shiroma, has been dedicated at Lahainaluna High School (Lahaina, Maui). About the Artwork Inspired by Lahainaluna High School’s motto, Ke Kukui Pio’ole speaks of the innate spirit within. ...
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