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April 26, 2013 06:00pm-09:00pm
Honolulu Museum of Art

'Plant One' information

Celebrate Earth Day with the hippest eco-cool artists, musicians and vendors around town.

Sponsored by Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods.


Peruse the latest wares of eco-friendly artists and vendors from around the state.  In the lineup: Bokashi Bucket, House of Marley, Organik Clothing, Lan Thai, Welles and Chelsea Iwami of the Refinery Project and Cartoonist Drew Toonz.


6pm + 8:20pm: Feel the beat with African drum-and-dance group Sewa Fare.

6:45pm: Let loose to the afrobeat sounds of Jamarek.

7pm: Learn traditional African chants and songs with the drummers of Sewa Fare.

6-9pm: DJ Zacharijah and DJ Rhythmstar spin Buddha Bar and the world beats all night.


Experience the work of projection artist Joe Paahana.

See the exhibitions Tiny Worlds: Video Sculpture by Tony Oursler, Allure: Elegant Women in Japanese Prints, and Revelation: Recent Additions to the Collection.

Visit the exhibition Undulation: Rise and Fall, in the Holt Gallery of the Arts of Hawaiʻi to meet John Koga, the Catherine E.B. Cox Award recipient for Excellence in Visual Arts, and to hear an ʻukulele performance by Mark Gordon.

?Art Activity

Also in the Holt Gallery, participate in our docents’ art project for a chance to win a Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods Legacy Tree Sponsorship.

Members' Perk

In the members-only Mediterranean Courtyard create your own recycable art with artist Mark Chai.


Enjoy locally sourced food from The Grove and relish the specialty cocktail of the month—the “Green-Tea-Ni.”

Roasted Hamakua Farms Oyster and Ali'i Mushrooms w/ Red Mills Organic Polenta and White Truffle Oil (Demi portion/Vegetarian dish), $7

Pan Seared, Fresh Hawaiian Waters Island Fish w/ Nalo Farms Greens, Hau'ula Tomato and Maui Onion Creamy Dressing (Full Plate), $9

Hawaii Lowline Cattle Big Island Beef Slider w/ Hamakua Farms Ali'i Mushrooms and Caramelized Maui Onions, accompanied with side of Medley of House Pickles and Vegetables (Single slider with sides), $5


Secret Sound Showcase: Quadraphonix, Anton Glamb, Mano Kane, 9pm at Doris Duke Theatre, $10.


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

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

2) $4: The Pro Park Parking Lot behind the Honolulu Museum of Art School (1111 Victoria St), entrances on Beretania and Young streets. Pay at the yellow slot box next to the parking booth. 

3) $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.