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Downtown Art Center Hosts - OPEN CALL FOR “ARCHITECTS AS ARTISTS 2023” EXHIBITION AT DOWNTOWN ART CENTER
CALL TO ARTISTS NOW OPEN FOR ARCHITECTS AS ARTISTS 2023 EXHIBITION AT DOWNTOWN ART CENTER
Honolulu (July 2022) – The Downtown Art Center at 1041 Nuʻuanu Ave, Second Floor is calling for artists to participate in the second annual Architects as Artists exhibition in January 2023. We invite architects, architectural students, and those in architecture-related professions in Hawaii who are also active as artists to explore the sources of their inspiration and introduce their works to a larger audience. Registration for art submissions will take place from July 5 to October 1, 2022. To register, artists should visit downtownarthi.org/architectsasartists.
Architects as Artists was successfully held in January 2022 for the first time, and was praised by the public. For this exhibition, we invited more than 30 architects in Hawaii who are also active artists to explore the source of their inspiration.
The 2023 edition of Architects As Artists will attempt to stimulate and deepen the public's interest and understanding for architects and architecture-related professions in Hawaii. Hawaii architects, those who work in architectural-related professions, and architecture students based in Hawaii are eligible to submit their work. All mediums will be accepted, such as paintings, drawings, ceramics, sculptures, glass works, metal works, videos, photographs, and mixed media works. The participation fee if artwork is accepted to the show is $100 ($50 for students). Each artist can submit a maximum of 5 pieces.
The exhibition is scheduled for public viewing Friday, January 6 through Sunday, February 5, 2023 in the Downtown Art Center's Second Floor Main Exhibition Space.
Mahalo to this exhibition's special advisor, Randall K. Fujiki, FAIA. Stay tuned for more information and related public programs, to be announced.
For more information about the show, or for artist registration, visit downtownarthi.org/architectsasartists or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Downtown Art Center (DAC):
Located in the Chinatown Gateway Plaza building at 1041 Nuʻuanu Ave., Second Floor, the nonprofit Downtown Art Center is an evolving gallery and workshop space for Oʻahu's arts scene. DAC strives to become a thriving center for the arts by providing display space for local artists and art organizations, workshop classrooms, performances, and more. Support DAC and help it grow at donorbox.org/downtownartcenter!
Parking for DAC is located at nearby municipal parking lots (onsite at Chinatown Gateway Plaza, parking entrance off Bethel Street) or at Mark's Garage (entrance at 22 S. Pauahi St.). DAC is easily accessible by public transit as well; get directions, routes and timetables at www.thebus.org.
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