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

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Going LIVE on Instagram! Join the CHROMA (vol.1) album livestream release THIS FRIDAY, 12/11 at #HiSAMfromHome (@HawaiiS...
12/09/2020

Going LIVE on Instagram! Join the CHROMA (vol.1) album livestream release THIS FRIDAY, 12/11 at #HiSAMfromHome (@HawaiiStateArtMuseum) between 6:00p-7:00p HST to hear solo renditions of tracks off of the NEW album by Sean Cleland. The album will be available in CD format and on all digital platforms on 12/11.

Followers that join the livestream by 6:30p will be entered into our CD GIVEAWAY. Two winners will be announced - one at 6:30pm, and another right before we conclude at 7:00pm. Winners will be contacted after the show.

Follow @SeanClelandMusic and @HawaiiStateArtMuseum! #music #musicrelease #hawaii #giveaway

Join us this Thursday, Dec. 10 at 10am for another #HiSamfromHome workshop! Jin An Wong will be teaching us how to draw ...
12/08/2020

Join us this Thursday, Dec. 10 at 10am for another #HiSamfromHome workshop! Jin An Wong will be teaching us how to draw the Moorish Idol also known as the "Kihikihi" in Hawaiian!

The inspiration for his art class comes from the artwork at the top by Huc Mazelet Luquiens from our Art in Public Places Gallery. The artwork on the bottom is a color representation of the same fish to use as a reference for this Thursday's class.

Art supplies needed: Blue pencil, black pencil, eraser, pencil sharpener, color pencils or color crayons and 3 White copy paper 8.5"x11" or drawing paper.

Learn interesting facts about the kihikihi while drawing it! Share now with a keiki you know!

Our #HiSAMfromHome shell ornament workshop starts in just a few minutes! We want to hear what you've thought about all t...
12/03/2020
HiSAM From Home Survey December 2020

Our #HiSAMfromHome shell ornament workshop starts in just a few minutes!

We want to hear what you've thought about all the HiSAM From Home workshops we've had to offer this year. Take our short survey!

Hawaiʻi’s state government arts agency since 1967. The SFCA is administratively attached to the Department of Accounting and General Services. SFCA funding is provided by the State of Hawaiʻi and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Happy holidays everyone! Join us this Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 10am for a #HiSAMfromHome workshop on shell ornament...
12/02/2020

Happy holidays everyone! Join us this Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 10am for a #HiSAMfromHome workshop on shell ornaments! Our instructor this Thursday is the lovely @Kelly Patirck. Join us on Zoom at the link below or come back to our page for the live! We’ll see you then!

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/91310511452?pwd=dC8weVZNaXRCbk82Q05La0xCTWo5Zz09

Mahalo to HAWAII Magazine for featuring our latest exhibit!
12/01/2020
Honolulu Magazine

Mahalo to HAWAII Magazine for featuring our latest exhibit!

The exhibition has expanded into the Hawai‘i State Art Museum’s former café and gift shop spaces.

Join us this Wednesday evening for our next Pau Hana Artist Talk, featuring HiSAM's curator, Elizabeth Baxter! ⁠⠀⁠⠀Eli w...
11/16/2020

Join us this Wednesday evening for our next Pau Hana Artist Talk, featuring HiSAM's curator, Elizabeth Baxter! ⁠⠀
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Eli will speak about the latest HiSAM exhibition, For Walls. The exhibition was loosely inspired by the reality of quarantine and being contained by four walls, and thus features artwork that was created specifically for walls, to engage and enliven a space.⁠⠀
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The talk will take place on Zoom (https://zoom.us/j/93524445034?pwd=ZlFlMHBrbE9uNWVMS2xObHdXOVJIUT09) and be livestreamed on our page at 5:00pm HST. Eli will talk about her process of curating the show, to be followed by a moderated Q&A with emcee Eric Cordeiro and the audience. We hope to see you there!

Join us tomorrow at 6:00pm on Instagram Live for our next #HiSAMfromHome musical performance with @kaimihananoeau !Ka'im...
11/12/2020

Join us tomorrow at 6:00pm on Instagram Live for our next #HiSAMfromHome musical performance with @kaimihananoeau !

Ka'imi Hanano'eau, born on O'ahu and raised on Maui, has a unique style that he calls "Island Rock with an Edge." With a BA in Music and Hawaiian studies, Ka'imi blends that island sound with rock, reggae and jazz to create a unique genre.

He has toured through the US West coast to mid-west, Australia, and New Zealand in these past few years. He is a 7 time Na Hoku Hanohano Award finalist.

Ka'imi keeps you on your toes with unique
renditions of cover songs and original material. Truly a performance you will enjoy! We hope to see you there!

Join us at 10:00am today for our #HiSAMfromHome painting workshop with Amy Craig of @bluefeatherandfin ! Inspired by the...
11/12/2020

Join us at 10:00am today for our #HiSAMfromHome painting workshop with Amy Craig of @bluefeatherandfin ! Inspired by the painting “Hokule‘a,” by Ipo Nihipali, a work in the @hawaii_sfca Art in Public Places collection, participants will design vibrant outdoor landscapes with watercolor. ⠀

Recommended supplies: pencil and eraser, watercolor paints, paint brushes, paint palette, and paper/canvas.⠀

We hope to see you on Zoom (link in bio), or join on Facebook live!

Join us tomorrow for our next #HiSAMfromHome musical performace with @keilanamusic ! We'll be live on Instagram at 6:00p...
11/05/2020

Join us tomorrow for our next #HiSAMfromHome musical performace with @keilanamusic ! We'll be live on Instagram at 6:00p HST - we hope to see you there!⁠

Multi-hyphenate talent, Keilana aka Keilana Mokulehua, has released her debut album titled, “I AM.” Written by Keilana and produced by the Zeo Music team of Imua Garza, Nathan Brown, Evan Khay, and Jules Washington, the new CD consists of 11 original songs inspired through the ups and downs of life.⁠

“Creating this body of work has been cathartic. It started with five specific songs which identify phases when experiencing major life changes. They include (denial) ‘Cotton Candy Feelings,’ (anger) ‘Your Loss,’ (bargaining) ‘Scared,’ (depression) ‘Don’t Come Back,’ and ultimately gaining confidence and strength in (acceptance), ‘I AM’.” She added, “While these songs were a way for me to let go of a first love, as well as release other things in my life that did not serve me, it ultimately inspired me to write an entire album.”⁠

Keilana continued, “Learning these life lessons and finding acceptance within myself is what propelled me to release this very personal project. While these particular five songs were supposed to be a way for me to heal, little did I know that it was just the beginning to the next level of my musical journey.” She noted, “Two other songs on the album that are also special to me is ‘Get Up,’ which speaks to personal growth and to not let where you are affect how you approach the present and future, while ‘Rest Of Your Life’ is a love letter to my Kamehameha Schools students when they learned of their cancelled graduation commencement due to Covid-19 circumstances.”⁠

The new album, I AM, is available on all streaming platforms including Apple Music and Spotify. For more information on Kelaina’s upcoming I AM virtual events scheduled for 2020 and 2021, go to Keilana Music (https://www.keilanamusic.com) or follow Keilana on social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram.

Join us tomorrow at 10:00am HST for our next #HiSAMfromHome with Aubrey Emi Designs returning for another painting works...
11/04/2020

Join us tomorrow at 10:00am HST for our next #HiSAMfromHome with Aubrey Emi Designs returning for another painting workshop.⁠⠀
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Inspired by Tadashi Sato's "Sea Forms and Surf" (oil painting, 1968), Aubrey will lead participants through creating a landscape painting in the same style as Sato's work.⁠⠀
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Recommended materials: acrylic paints (or markers/crayons) in blues, greens, white, and (optional) brown, paper or canvas, a straight-edged paintbrush and a rounded paint brush.⁠⠀
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Click the link in our bio to join on Zoom, or follow along on Facebook live!⁠⠀
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"Sea Forms and Surf" is a work of art in the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts’ Art in Public Places Collection.

We are at the final countdown for voting in this year’s election - have you submitted your ballot? 🗳 Did you collect any...
10/30/2020

We are at the final countdown for voting in this year’s election - have you submitted your ballot? 🗳 Did you collect any of Maika'i Tubbs postcards? Share your favorite with us and we’ll repost on our stories!

Join us tomorrow at 10:00am HST for our next #HiSAMfromHome workshop. Jin An Wong will be leading us in a drawing worksh...
10/29/2020

Join us tomorrow at 10:00am HST for our next #HiSAMfromHome workshop. Jin An Wong will be leading us in a drawing workshop, inspired by "Surfing Pineapples" by Cora Yee (2004, acrylic and gold leaf), a work in the @hawaii_sfca Art in Public Places collection.⁠⠀
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Jin An will walk us through drawing a composition made up of our favorite foods. Students will pick which foods they want to be the surfer, surfboard, waves, sky, and clouds! Jin An will then instruct participants on how to sketch out the figures and landscape.⁠⠀
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We hope you'll join us for this fun workshop! The link is in our bio to join on Zoom, or you can follow along on Facebook live!

Thanks to @honolulumag for the feature on our latest exhibit, "For Walls"! If you're sick of your own four walls, why no...
10/28/2020

Thanks to @honolulumag for the feature on our latest exhibit, "For Walls"! If you're sick of your own four walls, why not take a field trip to HiSAM to experience this beautiful show highlighting sculptures made specifically for walls? Link in our bio for the story!

10/27/2020

Kenyatta Kelechi was born and raised in a highly photogenic place: Kailua, Oahu. Yet his art practice intentionally turns our attention away from the tropical landscapes and seascapes he has grown accustomed to. Kenyatta, instead, chooses the portrait as his entrance into the conversation of identity. Growing up as an African American, Hawaiian, Chinese, Caucasian, Native American, he has never had a sense of belonging to any specific culture.

Kenyatta’s PechaKucha presentation focuses on the use of wetplate photography as a tool to ignite the conversation of identity. He will be discussing his recent body of work “Manachrome,” a series of portraits of Native Hawaiian practitioners and how it started as an investigation into his own Native Hawaiian genealogy and learning about his culture.

10/26/2020

Taiji Terasaki is a Japanese-American artist based in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. Growing up in a family of scientists and creatives, with formal art education, Taiji Terasaki has spent more than 30 years exploring avant-garde innovations in his craft, working in photography, sculpture, immersive and large-scale installations, and pioneering mediums like mist projections as the canvas. His cutting-edge presentations are often juxtaposed by the subjects of cultural and environmental conservation, preservation, and restoration.

Taiji's PechaKucha presentation touches on his three Transcendients exhibitions: Immigrants: Stories of Place at Thomas Square, Heroes at Borders, and 100 Days of COVID-10 at the Japanese American National Museum. In his work, he honors individuals who are active in the community and who advocate for positive change. Many of the people represented are activists, educators, healthcare workers, political figures, actors, and many more. The heart of Taiji's work is focused on connecting with the community by providing these heroes with a platform to share their stories with the world.

10/23/2020

As a 5th-generation genderqueer (gnc, they/them pronouns) San Francisco Bay-bred “American Born Chinese” (ABC), Lala Openi utilizes digital, tactile, and auditory art forms to activate narratives of identity and challenge our ingrained perspectives in the ongoing conversation with both self and space.

@openiiiiiiiii leverages their perpetual foreign-ness as the ability to see the inherent multiplicity in our shared realities, and offers their work as a communication and bridge between worlds, cultures, and, ultimately, perspectives.

Openi is a full-time freelance Designer, Media-Maker, Cultural Worker, and Co-Founder & Creative Director of The Abstract: a resource for coping & resiliency that bridges art, deep reflection, & mental health.

10/23/2020
PechaKucha HNL: IDENTITY with Nicky "MelonJames" Munoz

MelonJames, an artist well known and loved for his graffiti, murals, and canvases around Chicago and Hawai‘i. There is no limit to his medium: spray paint, acrylic, sculpture and more, applied with details so fine, you'll have to look closely otherwise you'll miss it. If your eye captures a Melon piece while you're in a traffic jam or busy with the everyday grind, you'll definitely stop for a second as your heart melts into a smile.

MelonJames' presentation examines his life and how the people around him helped him discover his identity. This in turn helped him create with passion and emotion. MelonJames feels that identity is important because it helps give you purpose, but you need others around you to help you identify an identity. He believes that if you were the only person on this planet, in a weird way, you would have no identity.

10/21/2020
PechaKucha HNL: IDENTITY with Risa Hoshino

Risa Hoshino was a nomad, she packed her makeup & hair kit to work on clients all over the world. With her experience worldwide, she has learned to be versatile with a keen understanding of makeup & hair artistry to best suit her clientele. With her travel bug satisfied, she is now grounded on the island of Oahu which she calls her permanent home...for now.

@risa.hoshino 's PK HNL presentation provides an overview of her career, and looks at how she's adapted to continue working throughout the global pandemic.

10/21/2020

Keola Naka`ahiki Rapozo is the co-founder and creative director of FITTED. @fitted is a Hawai‘i based street wear staple that creates small batch merchandise informed by culture, place and people. With a store front nestled within sniping distance of Ala Moana Shopping center and distributing merchandise across the globe, FITTED has been able to carve a crease in the tapestry of contemporary Hawaiian wear. Raised in Ko’olaupoko, Keola was able to thread a needle that binds historical cultural context and mo’olelo to contemporary application through design and merchandise. Believing heavily in the idea being isolated is an attribute and not a burden!

In his PK presentation, Keola asks: How can we learn from the past that will inform us today on living a more fulfilled thoughtful life, one that includes personal responsibility? And how can choices affect the balance of your moʻokuauhau?

Join us this Thursday at 10:00am for our first digital art #HiSAMfromHome workshop! Marion Ano of @kilobookshawaii will ...
10/20/2020

Join us this Thursday at 10:00am for our first digital art #HiSAMfromHome workshop! Marion Ano of @kilobookshawaii will teach us how to create a digital animation inspired by Ben Norris' "Mist" (watercolor, 1935), a work of art in the @hawaii_sfca Art in Public Places collection. ⁠⠀
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In this workshop, participants will learn how to create a rain animation using Piskelapp, an online editor for creating pixel art and animations. In addition to learning how to create an animation, students will learn about ōlelo noʻeau associated with rain, clouds and other weather phenomena.⁠⠀
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Prior to the workshop, it is recommended that attendees download the free Piskelapp (www.piskelapp.com) and create a free account. Marion will lead students through an introduction to the app, how to create the cloud, ground, background colors, and then how to build the animation.⁠⠀
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We hope to see you there! You can click the link in our bio to join on Zoom or follow along on Facebook Live!

10/19/2020

Today we kick off our next PechaKucha HNL Series, IDENTITY! We will post one new presentation every weekday through the 27th!

First up, we have Dan Paul Roberts, a writer, producer, musician and artist originally from Wichita Falls, Texas -- currently living in Honolulu, Hawaii. As a music man, he has written and released two albums under the name Dan Paul, and his illustrations have been featured on t-shirts and magazines worldwide.

Roberts is also the pastel-haired, singing drag queen Candi Shell. @misscandishell has been featured in TimeOUT Magazine, opened for Joan Rivers at her annual Pride performance at the Gramercy Theater and even appeared as herself in an episode of Ugly Betty. Candi hosts her own sketch comedy show called The Sweet Spot with Candi Shell, where she spotlights local talent and performs her hilarious song parodies. The Sweet Spot airs locally on Olelo53, has its own YouTube channel and is now available on AmazonPRIME.

In his PechaKucha presentation, Roberts chronicles his journey with drag and music--and thus, identity. He has had to confront his own internalized homophobia to be able to do drag, and this pursuit continues to broaden his horizons and introduce him to all kinds of wonderful individuals. He will show the evolution of Candi Shell and explain how the experience has changed him -- Candi will also have a voice and have a chance to explain things from her point of view as well.

10/16/2020
Join us tomorrow evening on Instagram Live for our next #HiSAMfromHome performance with @lavendercoralmusic at 6:00pm!⁠⁠...
10/15/2020

Join us tomorrow evening on Instagram Live for our next #HiSAMfromHome performance with @lavendercoralmusic at 6:00pm!⁠

Brittany Nakamoto has always had a passion for art and music. The name Lavender Coral is inspired by her favorite color, lavender, and her Marshallese name "Woroko,” which means "coral" in English. Brittany is originally from Maui and started playing ukulele in middle school. ⁠

We hope to see you at 6:00pm tomorrow for a fun Aloha Friday performance!

#Repost @hawaii_sfca with @make_repost・・・Town Hall Meeting: Government Grants for the Arts in Hawaiʻi⁠⁠Join staff from t...
10/15/2020

#Repost @hawaii_sfca with @make_repost
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Town Hall Meeting: Government Grants for the Arts in Hawaiʻi⁠

Join staff from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA) and Congressman Ed Case to learn about grants and other resources available from your national and state-level public funders of the arts. In this session we expect to cover some of the basics for applying for government support and some of the recent changes in granting.⁠

Following the informational session, you’re invited to participate in a town-hall style, moderated question-and-answer session. The NEA and SFCA want to hear from you! We’ll offer some guided questions and take attendee questions as well. This is your chance to ask questions and share insights so we can better connect you with the resources you need to renew the strength of Hawaiʻi’s arts and cultural sector.⁠

DATE: Monday October 26, 2020⁠

TIME: 10:30am to 11:30am Hawaiʻi Standard Time (HST)⁠

Register in advance for this virtual meeting: link in bio

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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.

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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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