DAC is extremely happy to announce the very first show in our new gallery upstairs! Come see this amazing show featuring the work of local artists working in many media including ceramics, glass, fiber, wood, and more!
This exhibition is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Wednesday – Saturday, 11 – 6 and Sundays 1 – 4. This is a large and well ventilated space, but we require all visitors to wear a face mask and observe social distancing.
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See a Walkthrough:
As you might have seen on our Instagram, we are open! Please wear a face mask and feel free to come see what’s new! Here are a few photos of the work on the walls and on the pedestals at DAC Shop as of June 2020…
These are difficult times to be alone and because of all the uncertainty that surround us. There are many moments when it’s enough to just breathe.
We need to help ourselves and others to get out of the funk. My friends came up with the idea that we need to just make art for art’s sake.
We hope that you will join us and help make some community murals as part of our International Dot Day celebration and help reach out to others by sharing your creativity.
Please participate and invite your friends to play too.
Please download this template page or follow the instructions below the link:
- 2020 Make art! Start with a Dot!
start with a dot… make your art
Join our creative community. We are creating community murals and an exhibit for Honolulu’s International Dot Day celebration for all ages on or about September 15, 2020.
With all that is going on and the uncertainty of our world, now is the time to make art for art’s sake and to be part of something more than ourselves!
- Start with a 3-inch circle on cardstock paper.
- On side one, create intricate, crazy, awe-inspiring, or simple art.
- On side two, respond to the question, “How would you offer kindness?”
- Then write a simple positive and encouraging message for yourself or someone else.
Have FUN. Cut loose and unleash your inner creativity with as much passion as you can muster! Give yourself permission to go forward with abandon. Be amazed at what you have created. Create and BE Healthy.
As we continue to work on the upper level of DAC, the downstairs has become a curated art shop space with continually rotating pieces of art in many disciplines from a variety of local artists. Come check it out! (The displays in these photos have changed) There is always something new to see!
Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair will be coming to Downtown Chinatown on Nuuanu Street between Chaplain and Hotel Streets on October 5 10 am – 5 pm. Please join us in celebration!
Come join DAC for open studio days each Thursday 1:30 – 3:30 pm.
See the information below, or download the PDF here: watercolor open studio