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  • Pantheon Contemporary (Hawaii Theatre Center) - Featured Exhibit: Haunted Landscapes & Evidence

  • Date: Friday - 4/5/2019
    Time: 6:oopm - 9:30pm
    Pantheon Contemporary
    1121 Nu'uanu Ave Suite 105
    Honolulu, HI 96817
    Phone: 808-528-0506
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Haunted Landscapes & Evidence

Ava Fedorov: Haunted Landscapes & Evidence Exhibition Opening

Presented by AXIS Project


LIVE MUSIC by Na Hoku Hanohano Award Nominee HANALE BISHOP

LIVE PERFORMANCE by Singer/Ukulele and VINYL burlesque STELLA ROSE

Pantheon Contemporary - Hawaii Theatre Center

1121 Nu'uanu Ave.


All Ages Welcome

A powerful body of work that incorporates drawing, painting and video installation through the perceived boundaries of 2D media.Using exploratory techniques to broaden knowledge and deepen the impact of storytelling.

Come explore the connection between the personal and the universal as it relates to how we experience the world. The installation evokes the emotional realm between what we experience esoterically and how that same emotion is manifested on a global scale.

Conceptually, Ava creates connective space between the landscapes of the external and of the internal. These landscapes are more than mere topographical geographies: they are the overlaid arrangements of non-human and human life, translucent histories, and the physical tracings of space-time.

Presented by AXIS Project:A place-based project supporting "glocalized" artistic activation from the roots up.

Open Gallery Hours After First Friday:

Sat April 6: 3-6pm

Sun April 7: 12-3pm

Friday April 12: 2-4pm

Sunday April 14: 12-3pm

About the Hawaii Theatre and Pantheon Contemporary

The historic Hawaii Theatre Center is located in one of the oldest Chinatowns in the U.S. Nestled in the heart of Downtown Honolulu, the Theatre has been popular with locals and tourists since 1922 as a place of cultural enrichment and performing arts and was restored through the support of the community in 1996.

Four years earlier in 1918, the Pantheon Saloon opened at 1129 Nuuanu, the once oldest continually operating bar in Hawaii. Today, the memory of this once historic saloon where King Kalakaua often entertained guest, the Hawaii Theater Center transformed the space to showcase art. In commemoration of 100 years of Pantheon Saloon, the Theatre adopted the namesake Pantheon Contemporary with the purpose to bring more diverse design mediums and classic practices into the Arts and Culture District of Honolulu.

Gallery hours: Tuesday + Wednesday are appointment only
Thursday - Saturday 12:00pm - 6:00pm (open to the public)

First Friday gallery visiting hours:

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