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Michael Mcintosh

‘Ai Pōhaku, Stone Eaters
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‘Ai Pōhaku, Stone Eaters

Featuring intergenerational poets, painters, carvers, weavers, filmmakers, photographers, and musicians telling a story of Kanaka ʻŌiwi contemporary art.
Listening for a Heartbeat: Oil and pastel on paper, 84" x 52", 2020
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Listening for a Heartbeat

Bringing together a collection of Hawai‘i artist Emily McIlroy’s mixed-media drawings and paintings, spanning the years from 2008 to 2021.
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WoW! & Then

Celebrating Windward CCʻs 50th anniversary showcasing art over the decades by past and present WCC art faculty.
Young Contemporaries Gallery ‘Iolani

Young Contemporaries

April 1 – May 1, 2022 Artist Reception: Friday, April 1, 4 – 7 pm

Impressions/Expressions Gallery ‘Iolani

Impressions/Expressions

Join us for an exhibit of work done by members of the Windward Artists Guild. The Windward Artists Guild is a non-profit, volunteer, member guild, organized in 1960 by a…

HomeGrown Gallery ‘Iolani

HomeGrown

HomeGrown, a new exhibition opening on October 22, will feature 30 of the most notable Hawaiʻi-based artists at Gallery ʻIolani at Windward Community College. Some of the exhibit’s artists are part of a global network…

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Confluence 6: WCC Student Exhibition

Gallery ‘Iolani celebrates its 30th anniversary by showcasing student art.
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Nights on B Street

An exhibit showing a collaboration of long-time friends, poet Joseph Stanton and artist Adam LeBlanc.
Where Are We? Gallery ‘Iolani

Where Are We?

Join us for Where Are We?, recent works by some of Hawaiʻiʻs acclaimed contemporary artists: David Behlke, Kauka DeSilva, Sanit Khewhok, Tom Klobe, Adam LeBlanc, Katherine Love, Hal Lum, Noreen…

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FIBER HAWAI‘I 2020

Fiber Hawai‘i is a biennial juried exhibition of objects made IN, OF or ABOUT fiber. It provides a space for the conflation of ideas such as art and craft—traditional and contemporary—functional and non-functional—past, present, and future.