A new exhibition featuring 30 of the most notable Hawaiʻi-based artists.
October 22–December 10, 2021
Artist Reception: Friday, October 29, 4–7 p.m. (pending COVID-19 restrictions)
Open Monday–Friday, 1–5 p.m. (except holidays on Nov. 11, 25, 26)
Visit the Gallery ‘Iolani Website for information on current and upcoming exhibits.
Gallery ‘Iolani celebrates 30 years of exhibitions at Windward Community College and is recognized as one of the finest exhibition sites in the state of Hawai‘i, showing work from local, national and international venues.
The gallery also serves as a teaching facility for students studying in the Gallery Design and Management class to prepare them for employment in Gallery ‘Iolani and other galleries and museums. Collaborating with members of the gallery advisory board and UH Mānoa Museum Studies, the gallery hosts exhibits to mentor emerging young artists.
Gallery exhibitions supplement art courses by showing real art in addition to lectures, textbooks or video and other presentations about art. Producing a variety of exhibits with diverse appeal welcomes all groups of people, cultures and ages, which is important to the community. Thus, Gallery ‘Iolani offers a spectrum of enticing events, designed to make it a gathering place where culture and education within the community thrives.