The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa Commons Gallery is proud to present “We Search for Peace,” on view January 11 – February 5, 2023.
The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa Commons Gallery is proud to present “Eduardo Joaquin: Liminality,” on view November 23 – December 2, and returning from December 12 – January 3.
The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa is proud to present “Tadashi Sato: Atomic Abstraction in the Fiftieth State, 1954–1963,” curated by Maika Pollack, on view in The Art Gallery from October 23 – December 11, 2022.
The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa Commons Gallery is proud to present “Liz Train: Woven Steel Frame Sculptures,” on view October 5 – November 21.
The John Young Museum of Art presents “The Graphic Works of Tetsuo Ochikubo, 1956 – 1970.” This is the first solo exhibition in almost fifty years to look at the work of Ochikubo, a significant Hawaiian-born artist and printmaker. On view from September 28 – December 7, 2022.
The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa Commons Gallery is proud to present Shinea Moon: Memories of a Space Fairy, on view August 31 – October 2, 2022.
The Department of Art and Art History is thrilled to present the 2022 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition. This exhibition features works by twenty-four graduating BFA students in graphic design and studio art.
The Commons Gallery, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM), is very proud to present six exhibitions of new work in an exhibition series of current UHM MFA 2022 recipients on view January 30 – April 28, 2022. Please see the posting for individual exhibition dates.
The John Young Museum of Art presents The Haiku as Visual Form: Stanton MacDonald-Wright’s Haiga Portfolio. Curated by Maika Pollack with Olivia Ambo, on view from January 24 – May 8, 2022.
The Commons Gallery, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM) presents Vie Du Pacifique III: Pacific Perimeter Exchange Print Folio, 2020–21, on view from January 9 – January 25, 2022, curated by Jenny Sanzaro-Nishimura. The theme for this exchange is climate change, global warming, and the environmental damage from our continually-growing consumption of fossil fuels and over-production of plastics and waste.
Jean Charlot as Critic: Art in Hawaiʻi, 1950–1970
Honolulu New Painting Invitational