Honolulu Biennial: The Hub
The main attraction of the inaugural 2017 Honolulu Biennial, The Hub will feature 20 of the Biennial's artists.
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Daily through May 8th
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2017 Honolulu Biennial: Middle of Now | Here
The inaugural Honolulu Biennial 2017 showcases the diversity of ideas, art, and culture from the countries and continents connected by the Pacific Ocean: Hawaiʻi, the Pacific Islands, Asia, North America, Australia, and New Zealand.
Challenging the notion that Hawaiʻi is in "the middle of nowhere," the Biennial presents Honolulu as a major cultural hub where art and ideas from around the Pacific region are developed and exchanged. Covering more than 30% of the Earth's surface, the Pacific is the largest unified living space on the planet. At the heart of this vibrant Pacific community, Hawaiʻi serves as a vital bridge between East and West. Honolulu Biennial expands the conversation in the global contemporary art world to highlight the thriving art scene of the Pacific. Important subjects being explored by artists of the region are of central focus, ranging from the impact of colonization and Westernization to the myriad environmental issues faced by local and global communities.
Sep 1 - Oct 31
IBM Building Lights
Lighting up the IBM Building to show our support for local and national causes.
Every Saturday, 8:00 - 12:00pm
Kaka‘ako Farmers Market
Located in the heart of Honolulu, Kaka‘ako Farmers Market brings the abundance of the country into the heart of the city.