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“Ho‘o‘ulu Hawaii: The King Kalakaua Era”: This exhibit describes Hawaii’s history between 1874 to 1891, when philosophy, culture, art and practices in Hawaii were promoted through innovative means to present a national identity to a global audience. Opens Saturday, through Jan. 27, 2019, Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 South Beretania St. honolulumuseum.org, 532-8700

“Paper, Wood and Canvas”: Featuring works by Carol D’Angelo and Dexter Doi, artists who are inspired by the cultural richness and natural beauty of the islands. Through Oct. 25, Gallery on the Pali, First Unitarian Church, 2500 Pali Highway; gallery hours 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday-Friday; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays. 595-4047

>> Reception: 6-8 p.m. Saturday

Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday: “Picture This”: Local photographer Atis Puampai will teach children about different types of cameras. The children will pose for a photo and create their own custom frame. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sunday (activities end at 2 p.m.), Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St. Free. honolulumuseum.org, 532-8701


Kailua Gallery: Works by Kate Wadsworth, Ruth Sorensen and Kyote Designs. Through Monday, Kailua Gallery, Ruth Sorensen Studio, 270 Kuulei Road; gallery hours 1-5 p.m. Thursday-Friday; noon-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. kailuagallery.com, 799-2212.

“Lacquer and Clay: Okinawan Art”: Textiles, ceramics and lacquer furniture, including rare works from the Ryukyu Kingdom (1429-1879). Through Sept. 23, Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St. Admission $10-$20; free for youth ages 18 and under.honolulumuseum.org, 532-8700

“Chiho Ushio: (Hibiki) Resonance”: An exhibit of three different bodies of work by artist Chico Ushio: “Mauli Ola,” multi-layered woodcut prints on paper; “Phantasm,” mixed-media sculpture using unconventional materials on plexiglass; and “(Hibiki) Resonance,” stone lithographic prints on paper. “Working from experiential interactions with nature, the artist uses a multidisciplinary approach to capture the elusive nature of light as it interacts with the universe.” Through Sept. 28, Ravizza Brownfield Gallery, 1109 Nuuanu Ave.; gallery hours 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. ravizzabrownfield.com, 724-6847

Hawaii Watercolor Society — 2018 Open Show: Juried exhibit showcasing diverse watercolor techniques, experimental to traditional. Through Sept. 28, Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden, 45-680 Luluku Road, Kaneohe. hawaiiwatercolorsociety.org

“Hiding in Plain Sight: Jose Ferreira + Asma Kazmi”: Ferreira’s installation incorporates objects, photographs and texts in a dystopian landscape exploring the demands of a sleep-deprived culture encouraged by methods of post-industrial production. Kazmi’s “Cranes and Cube” uses multiple media to reproduce constructions sites and ostentatious architectural forms, critiquing the contemporary urban landscape. Through Sept. 28, Commons Gallery, University of Hawaii-Manoa Art Building. hawaii.edu/art, 956-8364

“Little Picture Show”: Featuring 150 framed paintings by 30 artists. Through Sept. 29, Arts @ Marks Garage; gallery hours 12-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday; 12-6 p.m. Saturday. hawaiiwatercolorsociety.org/little-picture-show, 521-2903

“Waiwai Ola — A Waterkeeper Tribute to Hawaii’s Living Water Resources”: Exhibit focusing on the value of clean water in the islands. Through Sept. 29, 1132 Bishop St., second floor lobby. waterkeepershi.org

“Women’s Work”: Featuring traditional Indian embroidery, sparkle decor, color-vibrant textiles and new work inspired by India’s beauty. Through Sept. 29, Pegge Hopper Gallery, 1164 Nuuanu Ave.; gallery hours 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. peggehopper.com, 524-1160

“Beneath the Surface”: Kona artists Wayne Levin, Hiroki Morinoue and Laurel Schultz contribute to a show concerned with threats to the living ocean. Through Sept. 30, Gallery Iolani, Windward Community College, 45-720 Keaahala Road, Kaneohe; gallery hours are 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and Sunday. gallery.windward.hawaii.edu, 236-9155

“The Traveling Exhibit”: Keoki Stender’s underwater images of ocean coral species. Through September 30, Iloa Exhibit Room, Outrigger Reef Waikiki; gallery hours 9 a.m.-noon Monday-Saturday. 923-3111

“Harry Tsuchidana: Works on Paper”: Featuring more than 80 paintings and drawings done by Tsuchidana. Through Oct. 5, The Art Gallery, University of Hawaii-Manoa Art Building. hawaii.edu/art, 956-8364

“Frozen, Floating”: Works by Michelle Schwengel-Regala, artist-in-residence, inspired by a recent trip to Antarctica with fellow science communicator Kirsten Carlson as part of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program. Through October 13, The BoxJelly, 307a Kamani St.; gallery hours 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday; 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. 593-1231

Hawaii Artists 2018 Portfolio Project: Exhibition featuring new works by globally recognized Hawaii artists Ashley Bickerton, Kaili Chun, Yvonne Cheng, Paul Pfeiffer, Garnett Puett and Lawrence Seward, curated by Michael Rooks, Curator of Contemporary and Modern Art at the High Museum in Atlanta and former curator of The Contemporary Museum Honolulu. Through Oct. 27, Artizen by MW Cafe Gallery, ground floor, Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 S. Hotel St. shophisam.com, 566-6615; Friends of the Hawaii State Art Museum, 225-1072

“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. honolulumuseum.org, 526-1322

“Visages”: Exhibit by printmaker and artist Helena Noordhoff, who takes intimate digital photos of individuals and develops them into drawings and paintings as well as handmade prints. Through Nov. 30, Brue Bar, 119 Merchant St.

Emphasized: eye on scale”: Featuring various ways in which the artists play with scale as well as how it affects the viewer’s understanding and response. Through 2018, Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 South Hotel St., second floor. 586-0300

“Unreal — Hawaii in Popular Imagination”: An “experiential installation” featuring select cultural objects and commercial imagery depicting popular and imagined versions of Hawaii’s past, with a mural, “Aina Aloha,” installed by six artists — Solomon Enos, Al Lagunero, Harinani Orme, Kahi Ching, Meleanna Meyer and Carl F.K. Pao — forming a counterpoint. Through Jan. 27, 2019, Bishop Museum, 1525 Bernice St. BishopMuseum.org, 847-4281

“Men”: Men’s artistic depictions are the focus in this new exhibit from the Art in Public Places Collection, curated by Eli Baxter of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Opens today, through January 2019, Hawaii State Art Museum, second floor of the No. 1 Capitol District, 250 South Hotel St.. sfca.hawaii.gov, 586-0300

“STATE OF ART: new work”: Exhibit of 31 artworks recently acquired from across the islands, providing insight into current trends and themes and an opportunity to see the diversity of works being created in Hawaii today. Through Sept. 2019, Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 South Hotel St., second floor. fb.com/hawaiistateartmuseum, 586-0300

“Hawaii Change & Continuity”: An exhibition of more than 130 pieces by Hawaii artists, exploring how art reveals the aspirations and character of our changing society and environment. Ongoing, Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 S. Hotel St., second Floor, Ewa Gallery. hawaii.gov/sfca


“2019 Hawaii Regional Scholastic Art Awards”: This event, sponsored by the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts and Hawaii State Art Museum, offers students from grades grades 7 through 12 the opportunity to showcase their art. Guidelines can be found at the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers website: artandwriting.org. Online submissions open until Dec. 13. Karen.a.ewald@hawaii.gov, 586-9950^


“The National Tropical Botanical Garden Art Show”: Featuring works from the estate of Kauai artists Reuben Tam (1916-1991) and Geraldine King Tam (1920-1915). 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, The Botanical Research Center, 3530 Papalina Road, Kalaheo, Kauai. 652-1269

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. westinnanea.com, 662-6300


Art studio/gallery: Specializing in paintings, prints, handmade jewelry and art lessons. Noon-5 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, Thursday and 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. artonthezoofence.com

Mid-Century Modern-Inspired Art: Queen Kapiolani Hotel has installed three original murals inspired by mid-century modern designs on the hotel’s ground floor: “Lei Greeter of Ulukou” by Mike Field; “Waikiki Fun” by Nick Kuchar; and “Maka and Pineapple Boy” by Katie Borden. Vintage oil paintings of Hawaii alii from the original hotel have been preserved in a new Royal Gallery. Queen Kapiolani Hotel. 922-1941

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. greenroomhawaii.com, 931-8908


ARTS CORPS — Community ARTS Education for Teens: Workshops in visual and performing arts taught by local artists, for ages 10-18. 3-5:30 p.m., Thursdays, The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave. Must RSVP: artsatmarks.com/arts-corps

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

Send items at least two weeks in advance of event or opening to tgif@staradvertiser.com. Photos welcome. Note: If submitting classes, please include name of instructor, address where classes will be conducted, fee and contact information.

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