September 26, 2014 06:00pm-09:00pm
Honolulu Museum of Art
It's a party for the ‘āina! Learn the hippest ways to live the green life in Hawai‘i.
• Vibe out with the roots band Most High.
• Enjoy the dub/house style of Solomonic Sound System.
• Watch a taro pounding demonstration and taste samples of pa‘i‘ai from Mana Ai.
• Take an ‘ukulele lesson with docent Pua Wayman in the Holt Gallery.
• Take part in this month's ?art activity—Rooted/Uprooted—which focuses on the exhibition Land Division: An Installation by Sean Connelly, about Hawai‘i's traditional ahupua'a (land division) system.
• Learn to make your own mini flower bouquets with floral artist Ocean Dreamer.
• Use colorful telephone wire fibers to decorate a mini cardboard figurine with sculptor Mark Chai.
The Grove prepares dishes made with ingredients sourced from the ʻāina.
• Ginger-spiced mahimahi topped with sweet Hau‘ula tomato relish on a bed of Nalo greens tossed in Big Island honey balsamic vinaigrette and ‘Ewa sweet-corn cakes, $10
• Chips and Dip: Crisp chips, made from Big Island dryland Chinese taro, served with a vegetarian dip made with Maui's Surfing Goat Dairy cheese, $7
• The Hawaiian Dog: Grilled Portuguese sausage on a taro hot dog bun with spicy mustard and papaya relish, $8
• Drink special: Moscow Mule, featuring Ocean Vodka distilled in Hawai‘i using desalinated ocean water, and Elixer G, which sources 100 percent of their ginger from the Big Island, $9
ARTafterDARKers can park in the following locations:
• Street parking on Beretania and Kinau Street from 6pm. FREE
• Lot behind the Honolulu Museum of Art School (1111 Victoria St.), entrances on Beretania and Young streets.
$5 for up to five hours, $2 for each additional 30 minutes or fraction thereof.
NOTE: lot closes promptly at 11pm.