CONTACT ZONE  •  EXHIBITION SITES   •   APRIL 6–21, 2018

HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART SCHOOL
Main Gallery + Nano Gallery
1111 Victoria Street • Honolulu, HI 96814

A juried exhibition of contemporary artwork made in Hawai‘i.
gallery hours: Monday–Sunday (10am–7pm).


AUPUNI SPACE
Gallery + Studios
729 Auahi Street • Honolulu, HI 96813

A juried exhibition of contemporary artwork made in Hawai‘i.
gallery hours: Wednesday–Saturday (11am–4pm) and by appointment. Contact Donnie Cervantes at dfc@aupuni.space.


BISHOP MUSEUM
Outside museum shop exit
1525 Bernice Street • Honolulu, HI 96817

Te Uranga O Tamanui Te Rahi / The Glowing Face of the Sun / Māui Snares the Sun • artist: Rangi Kipa
This intricately carved, wooded doorway honors one of the most important feats of the pan-Pacific demigod Māui and offers viewers a chance to enter another realm. hours: Monday–Sunday (9am–5pm).


HAWAII THEATRE
VIP Room / Second Floor
1130 Bethel Street • Honolulu, HI 96813
Tour with the Artist • April 6, 2018 • starting 6pm • TICKETS

Pā Mamua — Future Foundation • artist: Solomon Enos
A floor-to-ceiling mural that imagines a cultural reckoning of future sea rise along the Honolulu coastline. hours: Friday, April 6 (6pm–9pm) and before and after shows.


ROYAL HAWAIIAN CENTER • Sidewalk kiosk
2201 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

The Lei Stand • artists: Hālau Hula Ka Liko O Kapalai
This non-commercial lei stand reclaims the Hawaiian tradition of making and giving lei freely and with aloha.Features fresh and seasonal lei. hours: Wednesday–Monday (6pm–8pm) until all lei have been gifted.

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 'Mo‘okapala' by PRIME, et al

'Mo‘okapala' by PRIME, et al

SHERATON WAIKIKI • Lobby + RumFire
2255 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

Spirit of Aloha • artists: Jill Harris & Thomas Koet
A malihini interpretation of the tradition of lei giving, as a manifestation of the spirit of aloha. This sculpture was created with recycled sand from the Island of Maui. 
Mo‘okapala • artist: PRIME
Representing the genealogy (mo‘okū‘auhau) of time and place, this hand-stamped (kāpala) mural was created with employees and hotel guests of the Sheraton Waikiki. PRIME’s mural reflects on what connects us — the sky, ocean, water, and land.
 'Manini Gulch' by Taiji Terasaki

'Manini Gulch' by Taiji Terasaki

T GALLERIA BY DFS HAWAI‘I • escalator
330 Royal Hawaiian Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

Mist Over Kaena • artist: Taiji Terasaki
A photography installation that captures the otherworldly environs of Kaena Point, as experienced while traveling up a two-story escalator. hours: Daily (9:30am–11pm).

 

 THE SURFJACK HOTEL & SWIM CLUB
412 Lewers Street, Honolulu, HI 96815

Hawaii #1: Amateur Travelogue circa 1950  
presented by: ‘ULU‘ULU: The Henry Ku‘ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i
Recorded by an unknown filmmaker, this home footage reveals the ‘Contact Zone’ of tourism and host culture(s) in post-WWII Waikīkī. hours: Evenings at dusk.
Reimagining Waikīkī • artists: various
hours: April 17–18 (6pm–10pm) 
An immersive installation, in which artists transform penthouse rooms and other sites at the hotel into multisensory experiences with a critical focus on Waikīkī. More info, surfjack.com/experiences

 

SAKS FIFTH AVENUE
2345 Kuhio Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815
Mon–Thurs (11am–9pm); Fri–Sat (11am–10pm); Sun (12–8pm)

Kīpuka: The Edge of Things • artist: Jan Becket
This photographic series captures the wahi pana (sacred sites) of Hawai‘i, as they [dis]appear today. 
TIKI • artists: Jared Pere with PARADISE COVE
Sculpted by Maori carver and artist Jared Pere, TIKI (ki‘i) recontextualizes the production of culture, situated in a luxury retail space in the center of Hawai‘i’s tourist hub.