Giving Tuesday

Conservation Campaign:
James Seawright’s Mirror XV

Campaign goal: $25,000

Conservation is an essential part of caring for artworks in HoMA’s world-class permanent collection. The highly-specialized process includes cleaning and restoring individual works to maintain their condition and protect precious objects.

“When we begin conservation of a piece, our goal is to make sure that it will be in excellent condition for at least the next two generations.” – Cynthia Low, HoMA’s Director of Collections

This year’s Giving Tuesday supports the ongoing conservation of works like American modernist James Seawright’s Mirror XV (1987), a mirrored sculpture that many will recognize from its former spot in the lobby at Spalding House. Before Mirror XV goes on display at HoMA’s Beretania Campus, it requires conservation work to keep the sculpture in its prime.

Donate $5 or more November 23–30 to receive a limited edition HoMA holographic sticker. Quantities limited. Offer good while supplies last.

Any funds raised in excess of our goal will support future conservation work at HoMA.

Other ways to donate

There are various ways you can help support the museum’s conservation efforts:

 

By mail

Send your donation check to:

Honolulu Museum of Art
Attn: Donor Services
900 S. Beretania St.
Honolulu, HI 96814

In person

Visit us at the front desk.

By phone

Call us: 808.532.8724

Questions about the campaign?

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