May 20, 2012 11:00am-05:00pm
Honolulu Museum of Art
Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday event information
See the new photography exhibition The Living Mirror: Luminaries of 20th Century Modernist Photography, then explore the art of photography through cool photo-related activities.
Drawing from Observation Using a Viewfinder: With a viewfinder and a ready-made still life, you can create an interesting composition. The viewfinder acts like a camera lens and crops out areas of the still life—use it to focus on an aspect that you find the most interesting. Once you find an area with your viewfinder, practice your drawing skills and create a beautiful work of art!
Photo Transfer with Packaging Tape: Create your own photo-inspired bookmark! With just a little amount of work, you will see your photo appear in vibrant color on the tape.
Photo Booth: Be as zany as you want! Choose from a variety of props while you dress-up as outrageous characters for a mixed-up photoshoot. One free photo per shoot courtesy of Photo Ops Hawaii. For more information on different services they provide, check out www.photoopshawaii.com!
Beat Rock Krew showcase their innovative, complex breakdancing moves.
Dancers Unlimited and Kuhio Elementary students will grace the stage with invigorating routines.
Epica Latin Dance Company will rock your feet to the salsa, zumba, and chachacha routines.
Boogie Down Productions brings exciting hip-hop dance and lots of high energy to go around!
Malia and Belly Dancers In Paradise captivate audiences with universal crowd-pleasing choreography and use of enchanting props.
Jason Tom - "Jason Tom is a walking, talking instrument; an energetic combination of drums, snare, vocals and synthesizer, all replicated using his voice." -Tracy Chan (Metromix Honolulu)
*Special thanks to Dancers Unlimited for helping with this month’s performance at Family Sunday.
Dancers Unlimited provides professional dance education and performance opportunities to dancers in Hawaii. It also provides outreach programs to help develop confidence, artistic talent, and academic achievement using dance as a platform. Using DANCE as a vehicle, it collaborates with artists from all paths to turn dreams into opportunities.
Family Film Sunday:
The Red Balloon at 11:10am in Doris Duke Theatre.
Congratulations to last month's contest winner, 9-year-old Logan Wurthner from Honolulu.
Kids (ages 1-17) can enter the monthly drawing contest. The Academy gives contestants a theme and drawing supplies. The winner receives a Family Level membership to the Honolulu Academy of Arts (worth $95), and his or her artwork is used to create the following month’s event brochure and is posted on the Academy website.