Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

The Art in Public Places Program was created to strengthen the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts capability to “stimulate, guide and promote culture and the arts, history and the humanities” through the field of the visual arts. The APP Program seeks to: enhance the environmental quality of state public buildings and spaces throughout the state for the enjoyment and enrichment of the public; cultivate the public’s awareness, understanding and appreciation of visual arts in all media, styles and techniques; contribute toward the development and recognition of a professional artistic community; and acquire, interpret, preserve and display works of art expressive of the character of the Hawaiian Islands, the multicultural heritage of its people, and the various creative interests of its artists.

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Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

Visit http://sfca.hawaii.gov/ for more information about us.

Art at the Capitol

Art at the Capitol 2015: What's on Your Wall, Governor David Ige?
397 works in this collection
839 images in this collection

Select Works of Art From the SFCA Collection

Title: Makalii (Pleiades)
Artist: Albert Paley
Title: Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono
Artist: Sean KL Browne
Title: Volcano
Artist: Satoru Abe
Title: Na Pali
Artist: David Kuraoka
Title: Molokai Nui a Hina
Artist: Philip Sabado

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Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

250 South Hotel Street, 2nd Floor, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96813

http://sfca.hawaii.gov/ | 808-586-0300 | app.manager.hawaii@gmail.com

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