Honolulu Art Museum welcomes visitors again


The Honolulu Museum of Art welcomed the community once again with a list of hospitality programs and many more to come. As summer approaches, HoMA would like to express to the community how much they appreciate the support by enhancing the museum’s extended hours on weekends with live musical performances by local artists, unique DJ sets, interactive art experiences, drinks and bites and galleries open late at night for a unique art experience. The HoMA summer evenings, on Fridays and Saturdays throughout the summer months, will feature engaging programming for the whole family:

Friday nights at the museum have become an emerging hangout and hangout, with live musical performances from some of Hawaii’s best emerging artists. And every Saturday in the summer, Aloha Got Soul will do a DJ at the HoMA Café from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Grab a few bar bites and a drink (or two!) And enjoy their signature blend of jazz, funk, 70s and 80s soul, and Hawaiian R&B music.

And Joyful Return pop-up installations run throughout the year on Fridays from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Lots of fun activities are planned like flag making, learning and working with native and traditional plants, fresco reveal and yarn bombardment. Visit the gift shop for an art workshop or stop by the courtyards for a quick art class. There is something for everyone, from keiki to kupuna.

For more information visit honolulumuseum.org and on social media @honolulumuseum

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