Hawaii State Art Museum

Hawaii State Art Museum Come see Hawaii through the eyes of artists! The Hawaii State Art Museum (HiSAM) features contemporary art from across the state. Free admission.
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The Hawai‘i State Art Museum (HiSAM) is the “People’s Museum”. HiSAM is a venue for the Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts; most of the collection is out in public buildings including schools, libraries, hospitals, and legislative offices. The collection is primarily contemporary works of art that have a connection to Hawaii (e.g. artist born and raised in Hawaii). For more information about the SFCA, visit their website, www.sfca.hawaii.gov. Admission to museum galleries and activities is always FREE. The museum cafe is Artizen by MW, www.artizenbymw.com, (808) 524-0499. The museum gift shop is run by Showcase Hawaii, (808) 536-2644. Parking is available across S. Hotel street in the Alii Place building (entrance at 1099 Alakea St), cash only, across Richards St. at Iolani Palace (parking meters, quarters only). TheBus has several lines stopping in front of or close to the building. Call TheBus at (808) 848-5555 or visit their website at www.thebus.org for more information about routes and schedules. The Waikiki Trolley Red Line State Capitol Stop is a short walk from HiSAM. If you are taking a cab, there is a pull-in on the right side of Richards St. from N. Beretania St. Wheelchair/stroller/walker access: the Richards St gate (across from the State Capitol building) path goes to a side entrance with a ramp. When entering the main hallway, turn left to go to the lobby and elevators. COMMENT POLICY This is a limited public forum that serves as the official page for the Hawaii State Art Museum to share information about the work of the Hawaii State Art Museum with the people of Hawaii and our friends outside of Hawaii. We welcome your comment on our topics or posts, but please comment with “Aloha” since this page is family friendly. Please take personal responsibility for and be respectful in your comments. If your comment is deleted per the provisions below, you have the option of sending a hardcopy version of your comment to the following address: Public Information Officer Hawaii State Art Museum 250 South Hotel St., Second Floor Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 RE: DELETION OF COMMENTS. A comment that violates the Facebook‘s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities may be removed by Facebook. For information on what Facebook allows and does not allow, read the Facebook Community Standards both of which are available at the links below. We have activated the Profanity Blocklist feature provided by Facebook. This feature will block the most commonly reported words and phrases marked as offensive by the broader community. We will delete a comment, content, or expression (“comment”) that disrupts, disturbs, impedes, is contrary to, is inappropriate for, or interferes with function of and ability of this limited public forum to fulfill its purpose, such as a comment that is: · Off-topic; · Profane or sexually explicit; · Using an offensive term that targets a specific individual(s) or groups, including a term based on race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation; · Invasive of a person's privacy; · A commercial solicitation or advertisement, a chain letter, or a pyramid scheme; · Containing personal information such as a driver license number, a social security number, and other information protected by law; · Disclosing any detail about an ongoing investigation or court or administrative proceeding that could prejudice the process or interfere with the rights or claims of a person or entity; · Part of or is a repetitive post copied and pasted by multiple users; · Spam or could constitute spam; and · Speech for which content-based restrictions are permitted, including incitement, obscenity, defamation, speech integral to criminal conduct, so-called “fighting words,” child pornography, fraud, true threats, and speech presenting some grave and imminent threat the Government has the power to prevent. This page is subject to amendment or modification at any time. Thank you for taking the time to read this page. Facebook‘s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms Facebook Community Standards https://www.facebook.com/communitystandards

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
02/14/2020

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

We’re excited to announce our next Affiliate Takeover: Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts! They’ll be posting about their regional ceremony and their exhibition at the Hawaii State Art Museum. Follow us on Instagram for another takeover!

https://www.instagram.com/artandwriting/

Hawaii State Art Museum's cover photo
02/10/2020

Hawaii State Art Museum's cover photo

See Hawai‘i through the eyes of students! The 57th Annual Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibit features award-...
02/10/2020

See Hawai‘i through the eyes of students! The 57th Annual Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibit features award-winning artworks by Hawai‘i students grades 7-12 at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum. Downtown Honolulu, across the street from Iolani Palace and the State Capitol building.

Free admission, Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Closed Sunday and Monday February 17 (President's Day); open during special events. Valentine's Night February 14, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m., Super Saturday February 22, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., and First Friday March 6, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

"My inspiration derives mostly from nature. During visits to the countryside I am reminded of traditional Asian black an...
02/08/2020

"My inspiration derives mostly from nature. During visits to the countryside I am reminded of traditional Asian black and white paintings. I use the technique of mokuhanga (water based woodcut printing) to imitate calligraphic lines and my colour palette expresses the seasons." - Mia O.
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"Red Landscape" woodblock print by Mia O., 2016. Currently on view in the "STATE OF ART: new work" exhibit at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum, through March 14, 2020. Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i's state government arts agency. Artworks in the collection are displayed in hundreds of state government sites across the islands, and the Hawai‘i State Art Museum was created as a venue for the Art in Public Places Collection.
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Artworks in the Art in Public Places Collection can be viewed in the SFCA's online catalog: http://sfca.hawaii.gov/blog/2017/05/17/search-the-art-in-public-places-collection/

Student art exhibit has opened early at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu! The 57th Annual Hawai‘i Regio...
02/08/2020

Student art exhibit has opened early at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu! The 57th Annual Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibit features award-winning artworks from Hawai‘i students grades 7-12. Exhibit runs through March 14, 2020. Gold Key award winning artworks will continue on to the national Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition.
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This exhibit is in the Turnaround Gallery on the second floor of the No. 1 Capitol District building, 250 South Hotel St., Honolulu, across from the State Capitol building.
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Free admission, Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Sundays and state holidays (President's Day Monday February 17). Open during special events, including First Friday on February 7 (open 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. with live music), Super Saturday on February 22 (free art activities for all ages), and First Friday on March 6 (open 6:00 - 9:00 p.m., all-ages evening of art, music, and fashion).
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A full list of award-winning students is available on the website of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i's state government arts agency. The SFCA operates the Hawai‘i State Art Museum as a part of a public art program.
http://sfca.hawaii.gov/blog/2020/01/15/2020-hawaii-regional-scholastic-art-award-recipients/
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#ArtInPublicPlacesHawaii #HawaiiStateArtMuseum #HiSAMLife #ScholasticArtAwards #StudentArt #ArtsEducation

Experience Hawaii through art! Exhibits feature award-winning artworks from across the Hawaiian islands. Free admission,...
02/06/2020

Experience Hawaii through art! Exhibits feature award-winning artworks from across the Hawaiian islands. Free admission, Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

https://hisam.hawaii.gov/exhibits/

"I draw on nature for much of my inspiration. This piece in particular was inspired by the gills under a mushroom cap. I...
02/06/2020

"I draw on nature for much of my inspiration. This piece in particular was inspired by the gills under a mushroom cap. I took this inspiration, simplified and stylized it, and gave it a modern interpretation." - David Valdez
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"Gilled Vase" stoneware pottery by David Valdez, 2016. On view in the "STATE OF ART: new work" exhibit at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum through March 14, 2020. This piece is in the Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i's state government arts agency. Artworks in the collection are displayed in hundreds of state government sites across the islands, and the Hawai‘i State Art Museum was created as a venue for the Art in Public Places Collection. This piece was purchased from the Art Maui 2017 exhibition at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, based on a recommendation by an Acquisition Award Selection Committee.
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Photo 3, a view of the "STATE OF ART: new work" exhibit, includes from left to right: "Manaiakalani II" by Hana Yoshihata, "Tethers" by Michelle Martin, "Fish Head, Fish Head, Roly Poly Fish Head" by Jennifer Stephens, "Merger: Gold and Shadow" by Jonathan Swanz, and "Pussy Riot Kubie Gothic Triptych Series/Viktoria Naraxsa" by Masami Teraoka.

The Substantial Art & Music Indie 101 Workshop is a HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori event; be sure to go to their websi...
02/06/2020

The Substantial Art & Music Indie 101 Workshop is a HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori event; be sure to go to their website, https://www.shophisam.com/, to sign up!

Join us for this amazing opportunity on Saturday 2/8! Substantial Art & Music facilitates an Indie 101 workshop catered to artists, creatives and entrepreneurs who would like to learn more about social media marketing, grant opportunities, and crowdfunding. They provide tips on how to navigate social media networks and introduce various crowdfunding options as well as grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations and individual artists. Participants will learn to utilize data and analytics to help organically grow their audience and increase engagement. Additionally, participants will be introduced to free and/or affordable tools to streamline the process. 12-2:30 pm. Please go to shophisam.com to register for this free workshop!✨
Presented in partnership @hawaiistateartmuseum #hawaiistateartmuseum #supportlocalartists #hisamgsxmori

Come to the Hawaii State Art Museum on Saturday, April 4, for Slow Art Day! Free, all ages welcome. Start time to be ann...
01/31/2020
Slow Art Day

Come to the Hawaii State Art Museum on Saturday, April 4, for Slow Art Day! Free, all ages welcome. Start time to be announced.

Hawaii State Art Museum hosted it’s fourth Slow Art Day, led by two museum guides who work for the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA) arts education program.

"Start with a romantic walk through the museum, which isn’t normally open after dark except on First Fridays. Play “wher...
01/30/2020
Spend Valentine’s Night at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum: Connecting Hearts with Art

"Start with a romantic walk through the museum, which isn’t normally open after dark except on First Fridays. Play “where’s the chubby cherub?” with one of Sally French’s paintings.
Does being with your date make you feel like you’re floating above the clouds? Take a selfie in front of the voluminous photograph, “Haleakala #23,” by Christopher Cole."

Free, all ages welcome! Friday, February 14, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Need a date idea for Valentine’s Day? HiSAM has you covered.

Come to Super Saturday at the Hawaii State Art Museum on February 22 to see Ayodele Drum & Dance! 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m....
01/30/2020
New and Notable Reasons to Visit Doris Duke's Shangri La Estate

Come to Super Saturday at the Hawaii State Art Museum on February 22 to see Ayodele Drum & Dance! 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Free admission, all ages welcome.

The dreamy Oʻahu estate-turned-museum that once belonged to a Hawaiʻi heiress is well worth visiting—or revisiting—for these features.

HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori
01/29/2020

HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori

A huge mahalo to all of our incredible PechaKucha Night presenters who opened their hearts to the audience on the topic of “Emotion”.💗Their courage to share their deepest emotions in 20 slides, 20 seconds each will make the night definitely one to remember.✨✨✨
@hawaiistateartmuseum @pechakuchahnl @pechakucha20x20 @juvanasoliven @satarraleona @laurenhanachai @musubman @bozschurr @ecm_vision @ Hawaii State Art Museum

Mahalo to the Friends of the Hawaii State Art Museum, who made this visit to the museum possible!
01/29/2020

Mahalo to the Friends of the Hawaii State Art Museum, who made this visit to the museum possible!

This month the children of IHS were introduced to meditation at the Hawaii State Art Museum in which they were invited to quiet their minds to the experience of art. We are always looking for organizations that can provide transportation and host experiences for the kids.

01/25/2020
Art Bento

School applications are currently open for the Art Bento museum education program. Both serve State of Hawai‘i Department of Education public and charter schools and tie the arts to school curriculums.

O‘ahu elementary schools grades 2-6 can apply to both Art Bento and the Artists in the Schools arts residency program!

This is "Art Bento" by HIDOE - Video Production Branch on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Students use art as a tool for practicing their critical thinking, observation, and communications skills in the Art Ben...
01/18/2020

Students use art as a tool for practicing their critical thinking, observation, and communications skills in the Art Bento program. Activities include responding to artworks in Hawai‘i State Art Museum and creating their own artworks! Specific topics are explored, and all of them are tied to school curriculum. The students engage with art from the Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i's state government arts agency), and the museum is utilized as a learning laboratory.

Art Bento is an arts education program for Hawaii State Department of Education O‘ahu public and charter elementary schools, grades 2 - 6. School applications are now open! The program is free for schools, and bus transportation to and from the museum is included. Go to the SFCA's website for more information and for application forms.

http://sfca.hawaii.gov/grants-programs/art-bento/

Free admission at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu! Experience contemporary art of Hawai‘i in our galle...
01/13/2020

Free admission at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu! Experience contemporary art of Hawai‘i in our galleries. In the historic No. 1 Capitol District building, near Iolani Palace and the Hawai‘i State Capitol building.

Experience Hawaii through art! The Hawaii State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu features artwork from and about the Hawa...
01/08/2020

Experience Hawaii through art! The Hawaii State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu features artwork from and about the Hawaiian islands. Free admission, Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts
01/08/2020

Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

January 2020 First Friday - fashion shows by recent graduates of the Honolulu Community College fashion program, live music, hands-on art making, special menu at Artizen and a photobooth in one of the Hawaii State Art Museum galleries!

First Friday at the Hawaii State Art Museum is a collaboration with the HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori.

Learn something new this January at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum! Free, all-ages events include live music, fashion show...
01/02/2020

Learn something new this January at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum! Free, all-ages events include live music, fashion shows, and hands-on art activities.

Museum admission and activities are free because HiSAM is a part of a state government public art program! See what's coming up on our event calendar.

From the comment board - artwork about artwork! Visitors have shared their drawings of some of the works of art on view ...
12/24/2019

From the comment board - artwork about artwork! Visitors have shared their drawings of some of the works of art on view at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum. How many of the artworks do you recognize?

HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori
12/23/2019

HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori

Our hearts are still full from our last Super Saturday!💗We look forward to seeing you for more art adventures at our next one on January 18th!🎨✨🌈@hawaiistateartmuseum #hawaiistateartmuseum #supersaturday #hisamgsxmori @ Hawaii State Art Museum

12/17/2019

The Hawaii State Art Museum will be closed on Wednesday 12/25 for Christmas Day and Wednesday 1/1 for New Year's Day. This includes the cafe, shop, lawn, and garden.

"...Morning Calm describes the state of the surface of the ocean water in the early morning when there is hardly any wav...
12/15/2019

"...Morning Calm describes the state of the surface of the ocean water in the early morning when there is hardly any wave action. With viewing such calmness of the water, it brings about a state of meditation and peace." - Yoko Haar
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Artist Yoko Haar coiled and wove earthenware clay, then rolled it out to create panels. The play of light and shadow is an important element in the presentation of the pieces, which are strategically hung to cast shadows.
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"Morning Calm" by Yoko Haar, high-fire ceramics, 2016. Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawaii's state government arts agency. This artwork was nominated for purchase by an Acquisition Award Selection Committee at the "Wall-Mounted Ceramics by Yoko Haar and Licia McDonald" exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art at First Hawaiian Center gallery. The collection is displayed in over 500 sites in state buildings across the Hawaiian islands. "Morning Calm" is currently on display at the Hawaii State Art Museum in the "STATE OF ART: new work" exhibit.

Share a review and let other people know about the Hawaii State Art Museum! It's one of the most helpful things you can ...
12/14/2019

Share a review and let other people know about the Hawaii State Art Museum! It's one of the most helpful things you can do for us.

The museum is a part of the Art in Public Places Program of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawaii's state government arts agency, and is supported by state funding.

12/12/2019
Pau Hana Artist Talk: Izik & Imua Garza

Missed the Pau Hana Music Talk with Izik and Imua Garza (or want to revisit it)? Izik recorded it and made it available on YouTube!

https://youtu.be/rCEmtH9aKes

Pau Hana Artist Talk: Izik & Imua Garza Moderator Eric Cordeiro Presented by Hawai'i State Art Museum Gallery Shop & Mori by Art & Flea Hawai'i Artists Izik ...

HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori
12/12/2019

HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x Mori

Still thinking about all the beautiful looks from Waiʻeli’s First Friday fashion show! ✨Congratulations to @aloharris on your debut on the runway!👏👏👏Gorgeous collaboration with @greentealeaves_design accessories! 🙌🙌🙌@hawaiistateartmuseum @shopwaieli @greentealeaves_design @hawaii_sfca @hisam_chickenpants #hawaiistateartmuseum #waieli #fashion #runway #supportlocaldesigners #hisamgsxmori @ Hawaii State Art Museum

Blue Zones Project - Manoa Makiki McCully Moiliili
12/12/2019

Blue Zones Project - Manoa Makiki McCully Moiliili

Family, friends, and the public are invited to the Oli Would Grow - Book Launch Event this Saturday at Hawaii State Art Museum! There will be two book readings by the authors (11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.), healthy keiki activities, a book signing, music, and more!

Oli Would Grow books, which shares a story about growing produce, purchasing local, and school gardens, will also be available for a suggested donation amount of $10; 100% of money collected will go to the Hawaii Farm to School Hui and support nutrition and school garden education. See you there!

Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts
12/09/2019

Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

Kalihi Kai Elementary School students visited the Hawai‘i State Art Museum recently as a part of the museum's Art Bento art education program. Museum guides use Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) and help the students exercise their observation, critical thinking, and communication skills. In their discussion with Teaching Artist and museum guide Marcia Pasqua of the painting "Hi‘ilawe", students took a close look at the time of day, the setting, and what they thought was happening in the painting.
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Hi‘ilawe Falls in Waipi‘o Valley is the tallest waterfall on Hawai‘i Island, cascading down about 1300 feet (about 396 meters). A photo by an unknown photographer captured a similar view of the falls and valley ("Hiilawe Falls, Waipio Valley, Hawaii Island", Hawaiʻi State Archives Photograph Collection, Call Number PP-30-7-020).
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"Hi‘ilawe", oil on canvas painting by Herb Kawainui Kane, 1977. Art in Public Places Collection of the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i's state government arts agency. On view in the "In Hawaii" exhibit at the Hawaii State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu. Free admission, Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., closed Sundays and Hawai‘i state government holidays.
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Herb Kawainui Kane was an artist-historian with a passionate interest in the early Polynesian voyages. His paintings and publications inspired the formation of the Polynesian Voyaging Society, the building of the Hōkūle‘a voyaging canoe, and its journey to Tahiti.

Ready for Honolulu City Lights! The No. 1 Capitol District building (home to the Hawai‘i State Art Museum) will be illum...
12/06/2019

Ready for Honolulu City Lights! The No. 1 Capitol District building (home to the Hawai‘i State Art Museum) will be illuminated in the evenings during the Honolulu City Lights events, Saturday December 7 - December 29, 2019. For a full schedule of Honolulu City Lights events, please visit @HonoluluCityLights.

Artist Lori Uyehara was intrigued “…by how the fascination and desire to explain flight then became the quest to underst...
12/05/2019

Artist Lori Uyehara was intrigued “…by how the fascination and desire to explain flight then became the quest to understand and acquire flight; eventually leading to aeronautical engineering and the study of bio­mechanics.” Her sculpture Air Gods depicts a combination of flying animals and insects, including a bird, a bat, a dragonfly, and a butterfly, as well as a paper airplane. As with much of Uyehara’s artwork, this sculpture was created entirely out of reclaimed wood.
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"Air Gods" mixed media wood sculpture by Lori Uyehara, 2017. Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hawai‘i's state government arts agency. On display in the "STATE OF ART: new work" exhibit at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum.

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250 South Hotel St. Second Floor
Honolulu, HI
96813

Several TheBus routes stop in front of the building on South Hotel St., or around the corner on Alakea St. Waikiki Trolley: Red Line State Capitol stop. Biki racks: 120 and 121. Bike racks: lawn between state capitol and Iolani Palace.

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00

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(808) 586-0900

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The Hawai‘i State Art Museum (HiSAM) is the “People’s Museum”. HiSAM is a venue for the Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts; most of the collection is out in public buildings including schools, libraries, hospitals, and legislative offices. The collection is primarily contemporary works of art that have a connection to Hawaii (e.g. artist born and raised in Hawaii). For more information about the SFCA, visit their website, www.sfca.hawaii.gov. Admission to museum galleries and activities is always FREE. The museum cafe is Artizen by MW, www.artizenbymw.com, (808) 524-0499. The museum shop is run by HiSAM Museum Gallery Shop x MORI, www.shophisam.com, (808) 566-6615. Parking is available across S. Hotel street in the Alii Place building (entrance at 1099 Alakea St), cash only, across Richards St. at Iolani Palace (parking meters, quarters only). TheBus has several lines stopping in front of or close to the building. Call TheBus at (808) 848-5555 or visit their website at www.thebus.org for more information about routes and schedules. The Waikiki Trolley Red Line State Capitol Stop is a short walk from HiSAM. A Biki bike rental rack is in front of the building on South Hotel St. If you are taking a cab, there is a pull-in on the right side of Richards St. from N. Beretania St. Wheelchair/stroller/walker access: the Richards St gate (across from the State Capitol building) path goes to a side entrance with a ramp. When entering the main hallway, turn left to go to the lobby and elevators. COMMENT POLICY This is a limited public forum that serves as the official page for the Hawaii State Art Museum to share information about the work of the Hawaii State Art Museum with the people of Hawaii and our friends outside of Hawaii. We welcome your comment on our topics or posts, but please comment with “Aloha” since this page is family friendly. Please take personal responsibility for and be respectful in your comments. If your comment is deleted per the provisions below, you have the option of sending a hardcopy version of your comment to the following address: Public Information Officer Hawaii State Art Museum 250 South Hotel St., Second Floor Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 RE: DELETION OF COMMENTS. A comment that violates the Facebook‘s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities may be removed by Facebook. For information on what Facebook allows and does not allow, read the Facebook Community Standards both of which are available at the links below. We have activated the Profanity Blocklist feature provided by Facebook. This feature will block the most commonly reported words and phrases marked as offensive by the broader community. We will delete a comment, content, or expression (“comment”) that disrupts, disturbs, impedes, is contrary to, is inappropriate for, or interferes with function of and ability of this limited public forum to fulfill its purpose, such as a comment that is: · Off-topic; · Profane or sexually explicit; · Using an offensive term that targets a specific individual(s) or groups, including a term based on race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation; · Invasive of a person's privacy; · A commercial solicitation or advertisement, a chain letter, or a pyramid scheme; · Containing personal information such as a driver license number, a social security number, and other information protected by law; · Disclosing any detail about an ongoing investigation or court or administrative proceeding that could prejudice the process or interfere with the rights or claims of a person or entity; · Part of or is a repetitive post copied and pasted by multiple users; · Spam or could constitute spam; and · Speech for which content-based restrictions are permitted, including incitement, obscenity, defamation, speech integral to criminal conduct, so-called “fighting words,” child pornography, fraud, true threats, and speech presenting some grave and imminent threat the Government has the power to prevent. This page is subject to amendment or modification at any time. Thank you for taking the time to read this page. Facebook‘s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms Facebook Community Standards https://www.facebook.com/communitystandards

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