May 27, 2016 06:00pm-09:00pm
Honolulu Museum of Art
'Worldwide Voyage' information
Celebrate Hōkūle‘a's ongoing global sojourn. Presented by Waikiki Parc Hotel.
WAIKIKI PARC CONTEST
Become a museum member at the Supporting level or higher for a chance to win a two-night stay in an ocean-view room at the Waikiki Parc—with complimentary parking and breakfast for two at Parc AM.
Contest rules: Join or renew your Honolulu Museum of Art membership at the Supporting ($100) level or higher and you will automatically be entered into a drawing to win a two-night stay at the Waikiki Parc and a breakfast for two at Parc AM. Existing Basic ($25) level members may enter the contest by upgrading your membership to the Supporting level or higher. By enrolling as a member, you agree to share your email address with our sponsor, the Waikiki Parc. Contest starts May 23, 2016, and ends at ARTafterDARK on May 27, 2016, at 9pm. Winner will be announced on Friday, June 3, 2016, by phone or email.
ART + ENTERTAINMENT
• Create an Aloha ʻĀina Peace Flag with the help of the Polynesian Voyaging Society.
• View a screening of footage from the Hōkūle‘a's current travels.
• Waikiki Parc Navigation activity:
Step one: Receive a Waikiki Parc Passport with three locations in the museum.
Step two: Take a photo of yourself at three specified locations with the Waikiki Parc sign at ARTafterDARK: Worldwide Voyage with Instagram and get your passport stamped by a Waikiki Parc Staff member.
Step three: In the caption field, you must include the hashtags #MyPARCstory and #ARTafterDARK, and tag @honolulumuseum.
- After passport is completed, you may receive a gift from the Waikiki Parc table and be entered to win a two-night stay in an ocean view room at the Waikiki Parc—with complimentary parking and breakfast for two at Parc AM.
- All photos submitted will become property of Waikiki Parc and the Honolulu Museum of Art for usage in products or content.
• Music and performances celebrating the Hōkūle‘a:
- Tahiti Mana will be representing the leg to Tahiti in 2014.
- Greg & Junko Steel Drum Music Hawaii will be representing the leg to the Caribbean in 2016.
- Linda Melodia Dance Company will be performing a dances from Cuba representing that leg in 2016.
- Moon Phase Project staff will be assisting guests on how to use a moon journal.
• Moon phase journals from Kealopiko are available for sale in the Museum Shop. Moon phase journals are used to record daily observations which are affected by the moon cycle.
FOOD + DRINK
Food provided by StreetGrindz and EAT Honolulu. Beverages provided by Free Spirits Mobile Bartenders.
Chef David + Team EAT are featuring delicious eats that represent flavors from the regions of Hōkūle‘a's journey.
Savory eats: $25.00 for all four savory eats
• Indonesian style corn fritters with spiced pineapple sambal - $6
• Cuban-inspired pork slider with house pickled red onion, cucumber, Gruyere cheese, ham + chili aioli - $8
• New Zealand king salmon crudo topped with Mojo-marinated fennel, Maui onion + crispy ‘ulu chips - $8
• Samoan + Hawaiian style coconut + chicken stew with collards + kalo - $7
• House made Caribbean-inspired toto petite cake with Big Island orange - $4
• Signature style sugar spice bacon dipped in award-winning Waialua chocolate, with sprinkle of cocoa nibs - $5
• Li hing mui pineapple margarita
You can find parking at the following locations:
• Street parking on Beretania and Kina‘u streets from 6pm. FREE
• Lot behind the Honolulu Museum of Art School (1111 Victoria St.), enter from Beretania or Young street
NOTE: Lot closes promptly at 11pm