Hawaii Art Center Listings
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Donkey Mill Art Center
The Donkey Mill Art Center is a community art center serving West Hawaii residents and visitors at our facility in Holualoa. We also provide art education and experiences in local schools, and throughout our community.
We offer classes, workshops, and events for artists of all levels, and present world-class art and culture exhibits year round. Our gift shop provides local artists with a venue to sell their work, and enables art lovers to support the work of local makers.
Phone : 808-322-3362
Address : 78-6670 Mamalahoa Hwy. Holualoa, Hawaii 96725
East Hawaii Cultural Center
We are an inclusive platform for the expression of the rich and complex cultural diversity that defines our communities through exhibitions, performances, workshops, and creative inquiry. A vibrant and thriving gathering place centered on art and culture where the ever-evolving voices of our local communities inspire dialogue and action toward establishing healthy and generative communities, local and beyond.
Address: 141 Kalakaua St, Hilo, HI 96720
Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center
Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center is a nonprofit, non-degree granting, community based visual arts education organization offering open access to quality arts instruction by teaching artists. The Hui provides an array of programs, art workshops and classes for all ages, lectures, exhibitions, art events, historical house tours, and educational outreach programs with schools and community partner organizations.
Address : 2841 Baldwin Avenue, Makawao, HI 96768
Phone : 808-572-6560
Molokai Arts Center
The Molokai Arts Center offers classes to youth and adults in drawing, painting, jewelry design, ceramics and pottery along with hosting special events featuring cultural arts, poetry, literature and music. Our mission is to provide art classes, youth programs, studio and gallery space for adults, children, residents and visitors to our island.
Artists can be the consciousness of a culture but if we do not allow people the opportunities to develop their creativity then we as a culture, a society, lose out on our greatest resource: human potential.
1630 Farrington Avenue Kualapuu, HI 96757
Phone : (808) 567-9696