Covid-19/Renovation Update | May 4, 2021
To our Art School Community,
With hope on the horizon, the Honolulu Museum of Art is welcoming the community back to exciting, innovative and increasingly shared experiences at our main campus. At this time, however, the Art School building remains under renovation with a goal to bring the facility and programming up to a higher level of excellence for our community. We anticipate that this work will finish sometime in early 2022. This means that HoMA’s studio classes and programming will continue to be on hold until further notice.
During the renovation, we’ve introduced a new model of education and audience engagement that allows for digital and distance learning until we’re able once again to meet, learn and create together in the Art School (click here for more information). Education has been at the core of our mission and will remain an enduring part of our service to this community.
Thank you for your understanding and please be assured that the museum remains committed to our art education programs. We will continue to keep you updated, and will be excited to announce when studio classes are available once again.
We appreciate your continued support, and look forward to seeing you soon!
Honolulu Museum of Art
Whether you are an absolute beginner or a seasoned artist, the Adult Studio Program offers workshops and classes in a variety of mediums. Students are encouraged to try new techniques, explore mediums, and make art a part of their daily lives here at the Art School.
All of our Young Artist classes are rooted in the arts education philosophy of Teaching for Artistic Behaviors. Classes are student-centered and choice-based using a structure that introduces inspiration, demonstrations and reflection and are supplemented by visits to the Museum.
Hours of operation
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Art School Offices are currently closed to the public.
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