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Hawaii State Foundation On Culture and The Arts APRIL 2017 Newsletter
Hawaii State Foundation On Culture and The Arts APRIL 2017 Newsletter
Art in Public Places
Landscape paintings in progress, done with watercolors and oil pastels
Art at the Capitol
In preparation for the annual Art at the Capitol event, a group of state legislators took a landscape class at the Hawai`i State Art Museum. Based on the museum's Art Bento educational programming, legislators were guided through artwork observation, discussion, terminology, and techniques by teacher and artist Meleanna Meyer. After a brief tour of the galleries to look at landscapes, seascapes, and mindscapes, legislators did pencil sketches of the painting Waimea Canyon, Kauai by D. Howard Hitchcock (currently on view in the He Makana exhibit). They then used watercolors to paint an underlayer, and then crayon pastels over the watercolors. The finished works will be displayed during the Art at the Capitol event (Friday, April 7, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.). Come and vote on your favorite artwork by a legislator for the Peoples' Choice Award!
Artists: Request for Qualifications (RFQ)
The Hawai'i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA) has posted a call seeking artists to submit qualifications for consideration for several commissioned works of art project sites within the Hawai'i State Department of Education.
Overview: This call is part of the Art in Public Places-Artists in Residence (APP-AIR) Program, which is a collaborative initiative between the Department of Education and the HSFCA. The program was established to implement an integrated visual arts in education program, while providing commissioned works of art in public schools.
Location: Various locations throughout the State of Hawai'i
Budget: $100,000 per project
Deadline to submit application: April 25, 2017 (11:59 PM Mountain Time)
The HSFCA urges visual artists to register with CaFÉ (callforentry.org), a website developed by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) to facilitate calls for artists and artwork. The CaFÉ registration is free, secure, and offers access to visual arts opportunities nationwide.
The title of the call on CaFÉ is: 2017 APP HAWAII: Commissioned Works of Art for the Department of Education.
The site can be found at www.callforentry.org and provides information about CaFÉ, answers to FAQs, tech tips, image prep and a questions forum.
Examples of past APP-AIR projects include the following commissioned works of art:
Na Wao Ola A‘o Pi‘ilani (The Life Giving Forests of Maui) at Pukalani Elementary School / Calley O'Neill / stained glass mosaic mural / 2016
A‘eo at at Mōkapu Elementary School / Bud Spindt / stainless steel and glass sculpture / 2015
‘A‘ALI‘I KU MAKANI (‘A‘ali‘i Standing in the Wind) at Ka‘u High School / Randall Shiroma / terrazzo / 2014
Ho‘o Pomaika‘i (To Create Good Fortune) at Pomaika‘i Elementary School (detail) / Philip Sabado / stone mosaic mural / 2013
Recent and Upcoming Exhibit Visits
The HSFCA sent an Acquisition Award Selection Committees (AASC) to theBig Island Woodturners Invitational at Wailoa Arts Center (Big Island Woodturners) and AN AFFAIR OF THE ISLANDS at galerie 103 in March.
The role of the AASC is to make recommendations to the HSFCA 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 HSFCA commissioners, staff members, and visual arts consultants.
UPCOMING EXHIBIT VISITS
The HSFCA Board of Commissioners has approved Acquisition Award Selection Committee (AASC) visits to these upcoming exhibits:
HAWAI‘I ISLAND ("Big Island") - A Climate of Change at Kahilu Theatre (Kahilu Theatre Foundation)
MAUI - Art Maui 2017 at the Schaefer International Gallery, Maui Arts and Cultural Center
O‘AHU - Paper Processes: Works by Denise Karabinus, Paula Nokes, and Nisha Pinjani, the Honolulu Museum of Art at First Hawaiian Center
O‘AHU - Wall-Mounted Ceramics by Yoko Haar and Licia McDonald, the Honolulu Museum of Art at First Hawaiian Center
O‘AHU - Annual MFA Group Show 2017, Mezzanine Gallery of the Honolulu Museum of Art School (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Department of Art & Art History MFA program)
For more information on AASCs, including how to invite a committee to an exhibit, or to volunteer as a visual art consultant, please visit our website. For more information about specific exhibits, please contact the exhibit host organizations.
The Art in Public Places Collection can be viewed online and searched by artist name, artwork title, type of media, and more. Click here to begin browsing. You can also search the Public Art Archive for permanently installed artworks in the collection, such as sculptures at public buildings.
Closing: Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit
A group of Hawai`i state legislators visited the exhibit as part of a landscape art class they took in preparation for the annual Art at the Capitol event.
The 54th Annual Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibit runs through Friday, April 7, 2017. The Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Student Art Awards displays artwork by students from across the state. The competition is open to all students (public, charter, home, and private), who enter their work in the official categories of Architecture & Industrial Design, Ceramics & Glass, Comic Art, Design, Digital Art, Drawing & Illustration, Editorial Cartoon, Fashion, Film & Animation, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Video Games, and Art Portfolio (graduating seniors only). Submissions are juried by panels of leaders in the visual arts, and works receiving Gold Key awards proceeded to the national level judging.
The 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards National Medalists have been announced, and the artworks can be viewed in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Online Gallery. Congratulations to ‘Iolani School students Maia Ito, Minami Lum, and Trevor Oshiro; Kalaheo High School student Tori Wills; Kalani High School students Malia Neumann and Kotone Utagawa; Kamehameha High School students Dee Ka‘ili Castillo-Hopu and John Kauhola; Le Jardin Academy student Tiana Tran; Leilehua High School students Kathleen Acasio, Jackie Duliere, Atlast Emwalu, and Sarah Hogue; Parker School student Eric Fetsch; Punahou School student Isabelle Rhee; St Andrew's Schools student Tiana Hughes; University Laboratory School student Shayden Augustus; Wahiawa Middle School student Leilani Kanagawa, and Wai‘anae High School student Abigail Mae Calara.
The Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Art Awards is made possible by the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i State Department of Education, Hawai‘i Art Education Association, Hawai‘i Association of Independent Schools, and Friends of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum.
Arts Education Opportunities
Artists in the Schools Grant Applications
The Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA) is now accepting Artists in the Schools (AITS) grant applications for the 2017-2018 school year. All public schools, including public charter schools, may apply for grants of up to $6,000 per school for artist residencies to be conducted during the 2017-2018 school year. Schools must contribute 10% of the grant amount received, in cash, towards residency expenses. AITS grants are meant to enhance a school's fine arts curriculum, not supplant it.
The AITS Program provides students with an engaging, creative and fun learning experience based on the Fine Arts standards through residencies with teaching artists from the Artistic Teaching Partners Roster (on our website: ATP Roster 2017-2018). Many of these artists integrate their art form with other core curriculum areas, such as language arts, math, social studies and science, meeting both Fine Arts and other core standards.
We are excited to announce a new category of AITS funding specifically for Neighbor Island schools that have an HSFCA Art in Public Places commissioned work of art on campus that was installed after 1993. The list of eligible schools is on our website, along with FAQs about this new pilot project: AITS Program
The application is due no later than May 2, 2017 at 4:00pm. For more information, please contact Vivien Lee at 586-0768 or email@example.com.
ARTS FIRST Institute 2017 - Enrollment is open
In Sight: Observing, Describing, Connecting & Creating (Insightfully) through the Arts
Enrollment is open to all elementary level teachers (public and private) and limited to 30 participants.
How are students' creative, analytical, and interpretative skills developed when reading artwork as text? Hone inquiry skills, deepen responding to visual text through drama and art making, and expand connections to the Common Core and current arts standards. Presenters Jamie Simpson Steele, PhD, and Lynn Young will introduce open-ended questioning, structures for engaged discussion, drama and visual arts strategies so that participants become more adept and confident visual readers and insightful thinkers.
Dates: June 1, 2, 3, 2017, and Portfolio Sharing December 2, 2017
Time: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm each day
Place: Hawai`i State Art Museum (250 South Hotel St., Honolulu 96813)
Cost: Registration fee is $150, payable to Hawai`i Arts Alliance, and includes snacks and Institute materials.
Credits: 3 PDE Credits will be available pending approval of the course. Teachers receiving PD credit must attend all sessions, including the Portfolio Sharing session.
For more information, please contact Lei Ahsing, firstname.lastname@example.org or 808) 533-2787.
The Hawai`i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts provides the Hawai`i State Art Museum as a venue for the ARTS First Institute, and provides $10,000 in funding.
Poetry Out Loud National Finals
Poetry Out Loud National Finals
The 2017 National Finals for Poetry Out Loud will be held April 25 - 26, 2017 at the Lisner Auditorium at The George Washington University. The semi-finals and the finals will be webcast live. Hawaii's State Champion is Nicholas Amador, a junior at Punahou School. He competed last year as the Hawai`i State Champion and placed third.
Hawai‘i State Art Museum
Thank you to the Hawaii Handweavers' Hui for the March Second Saturday weaving activities!
Visitors used colorful fabrics, ribbons, flowers, and more to make their own head lei to wear.
First Friday: April 7, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Partners in Time (Balkan folk and jazz music). Join us for a free, family-friendly evening - museum galleries will be open, including the "I Love Art" activity gallery. Second floor outdoor courtyard (take the elevator or stairs to the second floor). Seating will be provided.
Slow Art Day: Saturday, April 8, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Take a free tour with artist and museum guide Emily McIlroy, exploring ways to look at and experience art. If you think you don't know how to look at art, this is a great introduction! Space is limited; please call the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts at (808) 586-0300 or email email@example.com if you would like to reserve a space. Slow Art Day is an international event. Please note that our tour has a slightly different setup and will be meeting and touring as a group, starting promptly at 10:00 a.m. when the museum opens. Meet at the second floor visitor's desk (Sculpture Lobby).
Second Saturday: April 8, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Design - Build - Draw! Build with blocks and then turn your 3-D architecture into an abstract 2-D artwork. Drop in at any time during activity hours; allow about half an hour to finish a project. All ages welcome, all materials provided.
Art Lunch: Tuesday, April 25, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Lens-based artist Diana Nicholette Jeon will share her unconventional artists journey. As an adult, she returned to school intending to work with traditional media, but once she used Adobe Photoshop she knew she was hooked on digital. She will discuss her early adoption of mobile tools and show how she uses them to make work that is uniquely her own. Her print "Yellow Girl" is on display in the ACCESSION exhibit (second floor) and can be viewed before or after the presentation. Museum admission is always free.
Art Lunch is a free monthly art lecture series at the Hawaii State Art Museum, held on the last Tuesday of the month in the Multipurpose Room (ground floor, on the right as you enter from the front doors); seating will be provided. Bring your own lunch or buy one from Artizen by MW (the museum cafe).
First Friday: Hawaii Opera Theatre Friday, May 5, 2017. 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Second Saturday: Saturday, May 13, 2017. 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Art Lunch: Mele K. Chun, Hawaiian Featherwork Tuesday, May 20, 2017. 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
First Friday at HiSAM, Hawaii Youth Symphony, Friday June 2, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Second Saturday at HiSAM, Color Capers, Saturday June 10, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Art Lunch "Meet the Artist", Jeff Gere -- Storytelling in Hawaii & Around the World, Tuesday June 27, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
First Friday at HiSAM, Evening of Jazz, Friday July 7, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Second Saturday at HiSAM, Shadow Puppets (Bonnie Kim) Saturday July 8, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Art Lunch "Meet the Artist", Janet Carafa: The Art of Mimi - Touching the Invisible. Tuesday July 25, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
First Friday at HiSAM, Shoji Ledward, Friday August 4, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Second Saturday at HiSAM, Saturday August 12, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Art Lunch "Meet the Artist", Tuesday August 29, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Please note that exhibit dates may change - if you are planning a visit to a specific exhibit and would like to make sure it is still on view, please call the SFCA office at (808) 586-0300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACCESSION. A selection of recent additions to the Art in Public Places Collection from across the state of Hawai‘i. Through August 2017.
He Makana: The Gertrude Mary Joan Damon Haig Collection of Hawaiian Art, Painting and Prints. A distinguished collection of traditional Hawaiian crafts, paintings and prints presented to the state of Hawai‘i in honor of the life of Mary Joan Damon Haig. Through August 2017.
HAWAI‘I: Change & Continuity. This exhibit tells a story of the past examining the overlapping influences of nature's bounty and human impact on a fragile environment. This is a long-term exhibit and is currently scheduled to run beyond 2018.
54th Annual Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Student Art Awards, February 24 - April 7, 2017 The Hawai‘i State Department of Education (DOE) is the Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards regional affiliate for the entire state of Hawai‘i. The Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Art Awards is made possible by the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i State Department of Education, Hawai‘i Art Education Association, Hawai‘i Association of Independent Schools, and Friends of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum. The Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards is the longest-running, largest and most prestigious student recognition program in the United States.
HiSAM Location & Parking
The Hawai‘i State Art Museum (HiSAM) is located at 250 South Hotel Street, corner of Richards and S. Hotel Street, in downtown Honolulu on the island of O‘ahu. Admission is always free! Parking available across the street in the Ali'i Place building (enter at 1099 Alakea St., cash only), metered parking at Iolani Palace, or metered street parking in the area. Several TheBus lines stop in front of or close to the building.
Arts, Music, and Culture Calendar
The following events are sponsored in part by the HSFCA Biennium Grants program, providing public funding (through appropriations from the Hawai‘i State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts) to support projects designed to preserve and further culture, the arts, history, and/or the humanities beneficial to Hawai‘i, or in partnership with the University of Hawai‘i Outreach College Statewide Cultural Extension Program (SCEP). Program availability and information is subject to change without notice; please contact the hosting organizations to confirm program information.
HAWAI‘I ISLAND -- University of Hawai‘i Wind Ensemble. Big Island Tour Performance. 4/01/2017, 4:00 p.m., Kamehameha Schools Hawaii Campus (Keaau). For more information: University of Hawai‘i Wind Ensemble
KAUA‘I - Garden Island Arts Council. Mid-March 2017 Arts & Culture Calendar (includes April events).
MAUI -- Portuguese Association of Maui. Informational history and culture segments on the Sounds of Portugal radio show (KEWE 1240 AM/95.5 FM/KEWE 1240.com).
O‘AHU -- Diamond Head Theatre. Evita. 3/24 - 4/08/2017. For more information, including ticket prices: Diamond Head Theatre
O‘AHU -- Hawaii Academy of Performing Arts (HAPA)/The ARTS at Marks Garage April 2017 Event Calendar
O‘AHU -- Hawaiian Scottish Association. 2017 Hawaiian Scottish Festival. 4/08 -- 4/10/2017. For more information including admission fees: Hawaiian Scottish Festival
O‘AHU -- The Leeward Theatre at Leeward Community College. The Lullaby Project. 4/02/2017 at 7:30 p.m. For more information, including ticket prices: University of Hawai‘i News
O‘AHU -- The Leeward Theatre at Leeward Community College. Comedy of Errors. 4/13, 4/14, 4/20, 4/21/2017 at 8:00 p.m., 4/15 and 4/22 at 4:00 p.m. For more information, including ticket prices: The Leeward Theatre
O‘AHU -- The Leeward Theatre at Leeward Community College. Spring Guitar Concert. 4/23/2017 at 4:00 p.m. For more information, including ticket prices: The Leeward Theatre
O‘AHU -- The Leeward Theatre at Leeward Community College. Spring Choir Concert. 4/29/2017 at 7:00 p.m. For more information, including ticket prices: The Leeward Theatre
O‘AHU -- O‘ahu Choral Society. Giuseppe Verdi: Messa da Requiem Spring Concert. 4/6, 7:30 p.m., Blaisdell Concert Hall. For more information including ticket prices: O‘ahu Choral Society
O‘AHU -- University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Outreach College, Pacific New Media
1/2017 -- 5/2017, seminars and intensive workshops for digital imaging & design, film/video/multimedia, creative foundations, photography, social media, and web/mobile design. For more information, including course schedule, enrollment, and fees: Pacific New Media
Coming up in May 2017
O‘AHU -- 12th Annual Hawaii Book & Music Festival.
3/06 -- 3/07. Civic Grounds at Honolulu Hale (City Hall). Free admission and parking. For more information: Hawaii Book & Music Festival
SFCA and the National Endowment for the Arts
On March 16, 2017, President Trump submitted his administration's first budget request to Congress.The proposal calls for an elimination of all funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in fiscal year 2018.
If this budget is enacted, the elimination of the NEA would have dire consequences for every state, including Hawai‘i. For a synopsis of what's at stake, please seeThe National Assembly of State Arts Agency's Statement on Proposed Elimination of the NEA.Click here to read a statement from Jane Chu, Chairman of the NEA.
In fiscal year 2016 the NEA awarded $85,000 in direct grants to individual Hawai‘i organizations and $669,400 granted directly to the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts for our annual state partnership agreement. Grants and services supported by NEA and state funds provide access to the arts, arts education, cultural heritage, and employment in communities across our state.
The proposed White House Budget is the first -- not the final -- step in the FY 2018 appropriations process. The President's request outlines his administration's policy priorities. However, Congress holds the constitutional authority to appropriate funds to federal agencies.
40% of the grant dollars appropriated to the NEA go to states and regions. These funds address state priorities. Rural and low-income areas would be disproportionally hurt by the elimination of the agency. At the SFCA, we define "rural areas" as everything outside of Honolulu, or most of the island of O‘ahu and all of the Neighbor Islands. These rural areas, low-income communities and schools would suffer disproportionately from reductions in government arts funding.
Here's how you can respond right now:
- Learn more about the NEA grants in your region. Click here to search the NEA's grant database by city, zip code, or congressional district.
- Local: contact the Hawai‘i Arts Alliance, which builds creativity through advocacy, community and education for all the arts. (808) 533-2787, email@example.com.
- National: get involved at the federal level through Americans for the Arts (AFTA) and the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA). NASAA has several advocacy tools, including Three Simple Ways to Advocate for the Arts.
Thank you for supporting arts and culture in Hawai‘i!
Now Hiring: Arts Program Specialist III
The Hawai`i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA) has a job opening for an Arts Program Specialist III (Senior Exhibits Specialist). Hiring is done through the Hawai`i State Department of Human Resources Development (DHRD). For more information, please visit the DHRD website (Civil Service Jobs).
Arts Program Specialist III - Job Number 217110 (Art in Public Places Program, State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, downtown Honolulu).
Now Hiring: Account Clerk III
The Hawai`i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA) has a job opening for an Account Clerk III. Hiring is done through the Hawai`i State Department of Human Resources Development (DHRD). For more information, please visit the DHRD website (Civil Service Jobs).
Account Clerk III - Job Number 216170 (please note that this is an open recruitment for State of Hawai`i Executive Branch and is not exclusive to HSFCA).
Now Hiring: Secretary II
The Hawai`i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA) has a job opening for a secretary. Hiring is done through the Hawai`i State Department of Human Resources Development (DHRD). For more information, please visit the DHRD website (Civil Service Jobs).
Secretary II - Job Number 216218 (please note that this is an open recruitment for State of Hawai`i Executive Branch and is not exclusive to HSFCA).
Practical Advocacy for the Arts
The National Assembly of State Art Agencies (NASAA) has been publishing a Practical Advocate series, designed for state arts agency council members and grantees. Offering succinct guidance for promoting the community benefits of the arts, the most recent additions summarize talking points, debunking common myths regarding public support for the arts, and provide advocacy action recommendations (along with useful advocacy dos and don'ts). The Hawai`i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts is Hawaii's state arts agency and has a NASAA membership. Read more on the NASAA website
The Art in Public Places Program of the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA) seeks volunteers, particularly on the Neighbor Islands, with expertise and knowledge in the visual arts field to serve as visual arts consultants on Art Advisory Committees and Acquisition Award Selection Committees.The role of the Art Advisory Committee is to make recommendationsto the HSFCA regarding the development and design of a given commissioned art project,including location, medium, distinguishing features of the artwork, and selection of theartist. The role of the Acquisition Award Selection Committees is to review and makerecommendations regarding the purchase of works of art. The HSFCA appoints thecommittee members -- generally composed of two HSFCA commissioners, two staff members,and three visual arts consultants. The application form is available here:Visual Arts Consultants Application.
Contact Karen Ewald, Art in Public Places Manager, at (808) 586-9950 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Friends of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum (Friends of HiSAM) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization established to work effectively with the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA), which operates the museum, and its professional staff to enhance and support the work of the museum, its ancillary programs, and amenities.
In supporting the mission of the HSFCA, the Friends of HiSAM have four objectives: (1) expose and engage all grade school students at the museumto the arts in Hawai‘i, (2) encourage all high schooland college students who are focused on the arts through meaningful events and programs at the museum (3) expose, excite, educate and engage those living in and visiting our state to the art and artists of Hawai‘i through visits to the museum, and (4) assist the HSFCA in the recognition of Hawaii's art and artists. Most recently, Friends of HiSAM has hosted exhibits of local artists in the museum restaurant, Artizen by MW (Harry Tsuchidana: Forgotten Paintings and Across Generations, featuring Satoru Abe, Hamilton Kobayashi, and Kainoa Gruspe).
The Hawai‘i State Art Museum (operated by the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts) is looking for enthusiastic, outgoing volunteers to assist museum visitors and help offer a greater understanding of the exhibitions currently on view. If you have an interest or background in the arts, we encourage you to volunteer.
Volunteers are needed in the following areas:
- Gallery Attendant -- Assist visitors in the galleries.
- Info Desk Attendant -- Greet and orient visitors to the museum.
- Docent -- Conduct tours of the exhibitions.
- Education Assistant -- Assist with education programs.
- Special Events Assistant -- Assist staff in event coordination.
- General Clerical Help -- Assist staff in office chores.
Please download an application form:HiSAM Volunteer Application Form,and return completed form to: Visitor Services, HSFCA, 250 S. Hotel Street, 2nd Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813.
For more information or to request a Volunteer Application Form by mail, contact Scott Young, HiSAM Visitor Services Manager, email@example.com call (808) 586-9959.
Good Friday - Friday, April 14, 2017
Memorial Day - Monday, May 29, 2017
King Kamehameha I Day - Monday, June 12, 2017
Independence Day - Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Statehood Day - Friday, August 18, 2017
Labor Day - Monday, September 4, 2017
Veterans' Day - Friday, November 10, 2017
Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 23, 2017
Christmas - Monday, December 25, 2017
The Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts and the Hawai‘i State Art Museum operate on the Hawai‘i State Government schedule.
Arts & Culture Survey
The HSFCA is undertaking a five-year and beyond planning and strategy development effort and would like your help. We are more interested in developing a focused set of priorities than a fancy plan that will sit on a shelf. Please help us out by filling out this short questionnaire about arts and culture in Hawaiʻi.
Mahalo, Jonathan Johnson, Executive Director
The Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts is a government agency, established by the Hawai‘i State Legislature in 1965, to promote, perpetuate, preserve and encourage culture and the arts, history and the humanities as central to the quality of life of the people of Hawai‘i. HSFCA funding is provided by the State of Hawai‘i and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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The mission of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts is to promote, perpetuate, preserve and encourage culture and the arts, history and the humanities as central to the quality of life of the people of Hawaii. HSFCA funding is provided by the State of Hawaii and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Hawaii State Art Museum
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.
To promote, perpetuate, preserve and encourage culture and the arts, history and the humanities as central to the quality of life of the people of Hawai`i. HSFCA funding is provided by the State of Hawai`i and the National Endowment for the Arts. The HSFCA is administratively attached to the Department of Accounting and General Services.
The musuem is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed State and Federal Holdays. Always free admission. For pre-recorded information call 586-0900.
The Hawai'i State Art Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free. For pre-recorded summary information on the museum, call (808) 586-0900. For current museum program information, call the HSFCA Art in Public Places Program at (808) 586-0305. To arrange an educational tour of the museum, call (808) 586-9958.
For information on the HSFCA; the Hawai'i State Art Museum; HSFCA grants, programs, and services; Hawai'i arts and culture events; and USA and worldwide arts opportunities, visit the HSFCA website, www.hawaii.gov/sfca.
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