RIGHT / NOW POP-UP:
The Judiciary History Center hosts a kamaʻaina open house to give local families an opportunity to see the special Honolulu Biennial installation of Bernice Akamine’s poignant artwork. Kalo (2015–present) is an installation of eighty-seven taro plants with pōhaku (stone) representing the corm of the plant and leaves made of newsprint representing each page of the Kūʻe Anti-Annexation Petitions of 1897. Capitol District Treasure Map Walking Tours will be offered as well to all in attendance throughout the day!
Kamaʻaina Day at Aliʻiōlani Hale, Sponsored by the Honolulu Biennial and the King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center. Come visit the Judiciary History Center, see Bernice Akamine’s Kalo exhibit, take the downtown walking tour and find the answers to the treasure hunt!
This event is FREE and open to the public.
FREE parking after 4pm at metered stalls in front of Post Office & Judiciary Building.