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Fourth Annual Sailor Jerry Festival & Art Exhibition: Honoring tattoo artist Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins and his Chinatown roots with “an epic array” of tattoo art, art displays, live music and cabaret performances. Opens Saturday, through June 30, The Arts at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave.; gallery hours 12 p.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday., 521-2903

>> Opening Reception: 6 p.m.-2 a.m. Saturday-Sunday

Hawaii Nikkei Legacy Exhibit: Photographs illuminating the culture and history of Japanese Americans in Hawaii. Opens Saturday, through July 1, Kahala Mall, 4211 Waialae Ave. Suite 33; gallery hours 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sundays., 543-3111

Thomas Deir Art: Works by the well-known artist from Kailua. Through July 15, Honolulu Country Club in Salt Lake; gallery hours 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily, Free., 261-7122

Thomas Deir Art: Through Aug. 31, Assaggio, 354 Uluniu St., Kailua; gallery hours 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. weekdays; 5:30-9:30 p.m. weekends, Free., 261-7122

“Line+Form”: Works from Noel T. Hart, incorporating line, ink and collage, and Chusak Majarone, using discarded cutting boards as canvases. Through Sept. 9, fishcake, 307c Kamani Street; gallery hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. 593-1231


FEAST — “The Finch Will Flourish”: Oahu Art educator, muralist and illustrator Boz Schurr works with students to create murals at Child and Family Services facilities supporting women, children and families; this exhibit’s sketches, paintings and murals illustrate the artistic concept, compared to that of a bird’s resilience in seeking out safe spaces. The exhibit was supported by a May 10 FEAST (Funding Emerging Art with Sustainable Tactics) event, crowd-sourcing support for arts projects. Through today, The Arts at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave., 521-2903

“Intimate Orbits”: C.B. Forsythe and Juvana Soliven use materials such as fabric, buttons, beeswax, leather, and fur to construct mixed-media works that evoke family and the home, complex human connections and nostalgia. Through today, First Hawaiian Center, 999 Bishop St.

“The Leaping Place”: Photographs by Matt Shallenberger in a series inspired by recollections of the artist’s family who immigrated to Hawaii island from Portugal in the 1880s. Through today, First Hawaiian Center, 999 Bishop St.

“Self Assembly”: Ceramics by Christopher Edwards inspired by Islamic art, star charts, telescopes on Mauna Kea, microscopic sea creatures, wave maps and other themes. Through today, First Hawaiian Center, 999 Bishop St.,

New Works by Hawaii Artists: Featuring ocean-inspired jewelry by Babs Young Miyano, jewelry by Cora Yee and Daniel Murta, glass vessels by Hugh Jenkins and Stephanie Ross, glass art by Dana Brewer, figuratibve paintings by Fabienne Blanc, Dennis Morton, Gregory Pai, Russell Lowrey, Snowden Hodges and James Goodman, abstract painting by Lauren Okano and Debbie Young, ceramic figures by Johannette Rowley a “Pupukea Blue Series” ceramic vessel by Barbara Thompson and prints of photographs portraying Molokai from National Geographic-affiliated photographer Richard A. Cooke III. Through Thursday, Manoa Gallery, 2964 East Manoa Road; gallery hours 3-8 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays., 468-2428

“Shadow Play” — Mezzotints by Dodie Warren: An exhibit of the labor-intensive prints for which Warren, a key figure in the printmaking community in Hawaii, is best known. Through June 24, Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 South Beretania St., 532-8700

2018 Young Artists of Hawaii: “My Culture, My Family and Me”: Annual student art exhibition recognizing creative excellence amongst kindergarten through sixth graders in Hawaii. Through June 29, Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 South Hotel St., second floor. 586-0300

“Mist Over Kaena Point”: Large-scale light box photography series by Taiji Terasaki; part of the “Contact Zone” exhibition. Includes a “Sublimer,” or mist viewing box, with images projected onto water vapor. Through June 30, T-Galleria by DFS, 330 Royal Hawaiian Ave.

“Sustainability Now!” / “ArtInTime”: Mixed-media art on the theme of sustainability from Gaye Chan, Mark Cunningham, Peter Shepherd Cole, Jesse Christiansen, Chusak Majarone, Janet Tran and Bernie Moriaz; and “ArtInTime” miniatures from 55 invited artists who transformed small metal boxes, curated by Kaiko Hatano (Fishcake) and KJ Baysa (co-founder, Honolulu Biennial). Through June 30, Artizen Gallery and HiSAM x MORI Gallery Shop, ground floor, Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 South Hotel St., 586-0305

Paintings by Jackie Kahookele Burke: Works include “Lono Ku Mana” and “Papahanaumokuakea,” paintings telling the story of a Polynesian and Hawaiian cosmology of creation. Through July 19, Gallery on the Pali, First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, 2500 Pali Hwy., 222-5236

“Abstruction: The Sculpture of Erick Swenson”: Honolulu Museum of Art’s first museum survey of Dallas-based artist Swenson’s cast urethane resin sculpture. “Hyperrealistic sculptures of real and fantastical animals contemplate mortality and capture the beauty of nature.” Through July 29, Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St. Admission $10-$20; additional $10 special exhibition fee. Free for youth ages 18 and under., 532-8700

“Blessings”: Works by Ruth Sorenson and Mapauana Schneider. Through July 30, Kailua Gallery; gallery hours 1-6 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday., 799-2212

“Ultra Exhibit I” – Windward Artists Guild: Works by 27 artists on display. Through Aug. 3, second floor, Pauahi Tower, 1003 Bishop St.

“Lost and Found: Jewish Communities of India”: photographs, paintings, video, ritual objects, and historic artifacts from three small, historic Jewish communities, the Cochini, Benei Israel and Baghdadi. Through Sept. 9, East-West Center Gallery, John A. Burns Hall, 1601 East-West Road., 944-7177

“The World Reflected”: Works from the museum’s contemporary art collection that address identity, ethnic inequality and the environment, with artists including Vito Acconci, Robert Arneson, Jennifer Bartlett, Geoff Chadsey, Lesley Dill, Edgar Heap of Birds, William Kentridge and Kara Walker. Through Oct. 28, Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House, 2411 Makiki Heights Drive. Admission $10-$20; free for youth ages 18 and under., 526-1322

Hawaii Change & Continuity: An exhibition that explores how art defines the character of our changing civilization. Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 S. Hotel St., 2nd Floor, Ewa Gallery. Museum hours 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

“House for Listening to Rain”: Outdoor installation by Lynne Yamamato. Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House.



“Island in My Mind, Fukushima” / “Girl Transcendent”: Ai Iwane’s photographs of the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan also reveal an historic connection between Maui and Fukushima, through traditions of bon dance festivals. Melissa Ann Pinney’s photography is based on images that suggest the ardent inner and mysterious life of girls as they mature to adulthood. Opens June 23, through Aug. 18, Schaefer International Gallery, Maui Arts & Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way; gallery hours 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday., 242-7469

“This is Me”: Summer classes for students ages 8 to 12, exploring personality through portraiture, writing, photography and collage. 2-4 p.m., June 27 and July 11, 18 and 25, Schaefer International Gallery at Maui Arts & Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way. Cost: $80-four classes. Deadline: Sunday. To register, e-mail, 242-7469

“Intentions of Portraiture” — Melissa Ann Pinney: Pinney will share ideas and techniques in portraiture regarding the light, composition and creating a mood through photography. 2-3 p.m., June 30, Schaefer International Gallery at Maui Arts & Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way., 242-7469

Documenting History through Photography — Ai Iwane: Iwane will discuss projects related to Japanese immigrant communities living in Hawaii. 3-4 p.m., June 30, Schaefer International Gallery at Maui Arts & Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way; gallery hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday., 242-7469

Works by Herb Kane: View artwork by the late world-renowned artist, including a restored colorful wall mural of Hawaiian deities. Jaggar Museum, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii.

Hawaiian artifacts: Pieces created by Hawaiian cultural practitioners including kumu Kaponoai Molitau, Kekai Kapu, Gigi Gomes, Pohaku Kahoohanohano and Anthony “Hoaka” Delos Reyes. Indefinitely, Westin Nanea Ocean Villas, 45 Kai Malina Parkway, Lahaina, Maui., 662-6300


Art studio/gallery: Paintings, ceramics, jewelry and fixtures on sale. Noon-5 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday at Waikiki Shore Hotel, 2161 Kalia Road, Waikiki. 927-0452

Art on the Zoo Fence: Outdoor gallery features works by various artists. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Honolulu Zoo fence along Monsarrat Avenue.

Cove Art Gallery: Revolving works by Steven Power, Daniela Antar Power, Vince Cavataio, Sean Davey and Lynne Boyer, Cove Art Gallery, Turtle Bay Resort. 371-5248

Surf art — Christie Shinn: Shinn’s work comes from influences that include comic book art, old skate graphics and DIY screen painting. 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Greenroom Surf Art Gallery Hawaii, 2255 Kalakaua Ave., 931-8908

Manoa Gallery: Contemporary art gallery features new works by Hawaii artists, including paintings by Russell Lowrey and Gregory Pai, necklaces by Cora Yee, photography by Richard A. Cooke III and ceramic vessels by Barbara Thompson. 2964 E. Manoa Road, Suite 1; gallery hours 3-8 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday or by appointment., 468-2428

Surf photography: Featuring Zac Noyle, Brian Bielmann, Jim Russi, Ted Grambeau, Brent Bielmann, Dave Homcy, Ben Reed, Tom Servais and Jeff Flindt, Pipeline Gallery, 66-165 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa., 425-1532

Three sculptures: Featuring artists Stephen Freedman, Yayoi Kusama and Gerard Tsutakawa. Indefinitely, Ala Moana Center, 341-3045


Friday morning model sessions: Easels, chairs, tables and seats provided on a first-come first-serve basis, unless reserved. 9 a.m.-noon Fridays, Zwick Academy of Fine Art, 1041 Maunakea St. $10/session., 938-3861

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