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  • Mayor's Office Of Culture & The Arts Honolulu (MOCA) Newsletters OCTOBER 2020 - FEATURED EXHIBITS/EVENTS


    The mission of MOCA is to promote the value of arts and culture throughout communities in the City and County of Honolulu. MOCA's objectives are to attain per-eminence in culture and the arts; to perpetuate the artistic and cultural heritages of its entire people; to promote a community environment, which provides equal and abundant opportunity for exposure to culture and the arts in all its forms; and to encourage and provide equal opportunity for the development of culture and the artistic talents of the people of Honolulu.
  • Patrick Ching Hawaiian Art Newsletter October 2020


    Art tips, favorite photos, new TV show, new images, awards, class schedule, new online classes and much more.
  • University Of Hawaii John A. Burns School Of Medicine Lab Begins Processing And Administering COVID-19 Tests


    Mayor Kirk Caldwell and University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) announced the beginning of testing operations at the new JABSOM Tropical Medicine Lab, expanding COVID-19 surge capacity for traditional diagnostic tests. The program prioritizes COVID-19 test access for underserved, uninsured, and front-line workers who may require multiple tests for safety at their workplace. Walk-up COVID-19 tests will be available to the public in an outdoor area in Kaka‘ako beginning on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020
  • The ARTS at Marks Garage - OCTOBER 2020 Update


    Find out what's happening this month at The ARTS at Marks!
  • Honolulu Emergency Order No. 2020-27 - Get Details On Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework


    Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced that Governor David Ige has approved the City and County of Honolulu’s Emergency Order No. 2020-27 ending the Second Stay at Home / Work from Home Order, as well as approving the first tier of Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework. The final executed documents are posted on Honolulu.gov.
  • King Street Thebus Only Lane Coming Soon


    The City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Transportation Services will soon be formalizing a new bus-only lane on King Street. This bus-only lane will utilize the rightmost travel lane on the one-way King Street from Dillingham Boulevard, through downtown, and ending at Punchbowl Street.
  • Pensacola Protected Bicycle Lane Opens


    The City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Transportation Services announces the opening of the Pensacola protected two-way bicycle lane. This new bike lane runs in both mauka and makai directions on the Diamond Head side of Pensacola Street, between Wilder Avenue and Kapi olani Boulevard. The Pensacola bike lane connects to the King Street two-way protected bike lane, which takes bicyclists eastbound to M ili ili or westbound to the Fasi Municipal Building and Honolulu’s Civic Center.
  • Schedule Changes For Thebus In Effect October 5th


    The City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Transportation Services announces changes to TheBus services and schedules effective Monday, October 5, 2020 (unless otherwise noted).
  • The ARTS at Marks Garage - October Special Event/Exhibits - The Hawaii Watercolor Society's Little Picture Show


    The ARTs at Marks does not have any evening activities planned for First Friday this month. However, we DO have a brand-new show in the gallery that can be viewed between noon and 5 p.m. on Friday: The Hawaii Watercolor Society's Little Picture Show. More details below: Open from Tuesday, Sept. 29 through Saturday, Oct. 24, The Little Picture Show is a fun exhibition put on each year by the Hawai’i Watercolor Society in partnership with The ARTS at Marks Garage. These delightful little paintings are perfect for taking home and putting somewhere special or gifting to a loved one. See the collection of small works (all under 12 inches) for yourself during business hours at The ARTS at Marks gallery, Tues. - Sat. from noon to 5 p.m.
  • Hawaii Theatre - COMING OCTOBER 2020 - NOVEMBER 2020 EVENTS


    Proclaimed as the "Pride of the Pacific," the beautiful Hawaii Theatre, built by the Consolidated Amusement Company, opened its doors September 6, 1922 in downtown Honolulu.
  • Hawaii State Foundation On Culture and The Arts OCTOBER 2020 Newsletter


    The Hawai'i State Art Museum is dedicated to presenting the largest and finest collection of works by Hawai'i artists that celebrate the diverse artistic and cultural legacy of Hawai'i.
    In This Issue
    • Call for Artists: APP COVID-19
    • Call for Teaching Artists: ATP Roster
    • 2021 Hawai i Regional Scholastic Art Awards Competition
    • SFCA Telework Update
    • New Exhibit at HiSAM
    • SFCA CARES Act Relief Fund Update
    • SFCA Grantee Spotlight
    • Upcoming Exhibit Visits
    • Arts and Culture Calendar
    • SFCA in the News
    • Holiday Schedule
    • SFCA Board Meeting Schedule
    • Job Opportunities
    • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Hawaii State Foundation On Culture and The Arts - Call for Artists: Teaching Artist Applications Now Open


    The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA), Hawaii's state government arts agency, has opened applications to the Artistic Teaching Partners Roster of Teaching Artists.
  • Patrick Ching Hawaiian Art Newsletter September 2020


    Art tips, favorite photos, new TV show, new images, awards, class schedule, new online classes and much more.
  • FIRST FRIDAY DETAILS - OCTOBER 2020 HONOLULU ART WALK - CALENDAR - See notes / visit website


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  • Hawai'i Watercolor Society's - Latest Newsletter


    The Hawaii Watercolor Society is open to anyone interested in the art of watercolor. Our mission is to nurture and stimulate interest in water media through education, exhibitions, and collaboration with other organizations, associations, and individuals.
  • Windward Artists Guild Show 2020


    We are pleased to announce that the latest Windward Artists Guild Show is now available to view! Featuring 32 artists, 107 beautiful art works, and awards selected by accomplished Maui artist Carmen Gardner. Most of the art in the show is available for purchase with the click of a button (with shipping and taxes included) to make it an easy process to get a beautiful new piece of art!
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