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Event:

Homegrown

Date:

July 29, 2011 06:00pm-09:00pm

Location:

Honolulu Academy of Arts


Event Information:

ARTafterDARK gives props to all that is made in Hawai‘i—especially the artwork in Artists of Hawai‘i 2011.
Chair: Advisory Board member Natalie Aczon.

A big thank you to sponsor Whole Foods Kahala!

MUSIC+ENTERTAINMENT

Mailani—2010 Na Hoku Hanohano winner for best female artist—gives a special performance, 8-8:30pm. (Central Courtyard)

Mana Ai's Daniel Anthony, who helped push through the bill to legalize hand-made pa‘i ‘ai, pounds kalo, 6:30-7:30pm. (Central Courtyard)

Check out the island-made goods from HerbCo, OnoPops, Organik, Waialua Soda Works, Mu‘uMu‘u Heaven and Indigenious Soaps. (Central Courtyard)

Get a sneak preview of the work-in-progress documentary "Ingredients Hawaii." Filmmaker Robert Bates will answer your questions. (Kinau Courtyard)

ART

Contemporary art—island style—is on view in Artists of Hawaii. Meet some of the artists in Gallery 28.

Then see Hawai‘i art from another time, as well as New York artist Darren Waterston's 21st-century views of Pele in the John Dominis and Patches Damon Holt gallery—open for this ARTafterDARK only. 

Our current artist-in-residence is Robert Reed, and he wants you to play his installtion Paradise: Lost and Found—it's a mini-golf course, with a big meaning. (Gallery 30)

Don't forget to pick up your ?art fliers in Central Courtyard for fun in the galleries.

FOOD+DRINK:

Food by Town and Downtown available for purchase.

Menu:
• Antipasti made from 100% locally grown ingredients. Each antipasto represents a different local farm.
• Hawaiian plate

Learn about Kanu Hawaii's "Eat Local" campaign in Banyan Courtyard.

PARKING:

Just a reminder—ARTafterDARKers can park in the following locations:

1) FREE: The Pro Park Parking Lot behind the Art Center at Linekona, entrances on Beretania and Young streets 

2) FREE: Street parking on Beretania and Kinau Street from 6 p.m.

3) FREE: Academy Staff Parking Lot at 1035 Kinau St., diamondhead of Victoria Street 

4) $5 at the First United Methodist Church Parking Lot on the corner of Beretania and Victoria streets. NOTE: lot closes promptly at 10 p.m.

5) $5 at Kim Chee III Parking Lot on Young Street