ISLAND HOPPING

Maui - November 21st, 2017

Mariquita Micki Davis, Magellan Doesn't Live Here (still), 2012-2017. Image courtesy of the artist. 

Mariquita Micki Davis, Magellan Doesn't Live Here (still), 2012-2017. Image courtesy of the artist. 

 
 

ISLAND HOPPING: MAUI

In collaboration with Maui Arts & Cultural Center, November 21st, 2017

Our new, neighbor island programming initiative, Island Hopping, brings select artworks from Honolulu Biennial 2017 (HB17) to the neighbor islands in the fall of 2019. Our next stop is Maui!

EVENT DETAILS
Island Hopping: Maui
November 21, Maui Arts & Cultural Center
6-8 PM
McCoy Studio Theatre located on the campus of Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Free and open to the public, but RSVP is suggested as space is limited: info@honolulubiennial.org

This event will include a short visual presentation by Isabella Ellaheh Hughes, Director of HBF on Honolulu Biennial, an introduction to Honolulu Biennial 2019 by Curator Scott Lawrimore and a   video artwork screening of work by the following, four artists whom were part of the inaugural Honolulu Biennial:

SAMA ALSHAIBI
PALESTINE, IRAQ | USA

MARIQUITA MICKI DAVIS
GUAM | USA

KATHY JETÑIL-KIJINER
MARSHALL ISLANDS | USA

JOHN VEA
TONGA | NEW ZEALANDT

HBF aims to share with a broader audience contemporary artworks from the cultures and continents linked by the Pacific Ocean.


Past Events

Island Hopping launched on September 21st at Galerie103 on Kauaʻi and will include a short visual presentation by Isabella Ellaheh Hughes, Director of HBF, followed by a video artwork screening of work by the following, four artists:

SAMA ALSHAIBI
PALESTINE, IRAQ | USA

MARIQUITA MICKI DAVIS
GUAM | USA

KATHY JETÑIL-KIJINER
MARSHALL ISLANDS | USA

JOHN VEA
TONGA | NEW ZEALAND

 
 
 

IMPACTART HONOLULU

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IMPACT HUB HONOLULU + HBF COLLABORATION

Impact Hub Honolulu is seeking local artists to create in our 14,000 sf coworking space in Kaka’ako. The space is covered in blank canvases and they need your creative energy to inspire possibilities. Everything from walls to floors to ceilings is awaiting your talent. 

In exchange, they can provide coworking membership and/or studio space for you to create and join their movement. They will also cover the cost of materials for any creative pieces made for the Impact Hub. Duration and type of membership are negotiable. We want to work with you to come up with trades that help beautify their space and give you a fantastic space to showcase your work and hopefully work out of! 

This is an initiative of Impact Hub and Honolulu Biennial Foundation to provide more exhibition opportunities and work spaces for Hawaii's brilliant creative community.

Impact Hub Honolulu is a unique coworking, event, office, and community space specializing in building community and making impact. Impact Hub is part of a global association of over 15,000 members and 102 Impact Hubs worldwide. We believe that building a vibrant, diverse, and active community creates an eco-sphere where members support one another by lending time, leading workshops, hosting events, expressing themselves through art, providing funding and mentorship, launching companies, and exploring the future. Together.