Honolulu Biennial highlights Pacific

Posted on Mar 25, 2019 in Capitol Connection, Featured, Main
Honolulu Biennial board of directors vice president Kristen Chan with Mrs. Ige.

Honolulu Biennial board of directors vice president Kristen Chan with Mrs. Ige.

Ten-plus locations, 47 artists, more than 90 free public programs. That’s the scope of this year’s Honolulu Biennial through May 5 with its theme, “To Make Wrong/ Right/Now.” What makes the event unique is its focus on the Pacific “to connect indigenous perspectives, knowledge and creative expressions from Asia, the Pacific and the Americas.” The exhibits feature sculpture, weaving, paintings, photography, music digital art and interactive installations, and discussions highlighting issues facing Pacific communities. For the full schedule, go to honolulubiennial.org.

The sites range from The Hub (former Famous Footwear store) at Ward Village to Foster Botanical Garden with exhibits featuring sculpture, paintings, photography, music, weaving, digital art and interactive installations and talks highlighting issues facing Pacific communities. For the full schedule, go to honolulubiennial.org.

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