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Arts at Marks Garage may close by end of year if the Chinatown nonprofit can’t find enough financial support

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    The ARTS at Marks Garage in Chinatown is seeking community support to help erase its debt. A fundraiser will be held Sunday at Kumu Kahua Theatre.

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                                Board member Melissa White, left, photographer and board member Kim Taylor Reece and Michele Sorensen, owner of Tea at 1024, pose outside of Arts at Marks Garage. One of its campaigns offers a portrait for anyone who donates at least $10 monthly.

    BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Board member Melissa White, left, photographer and board member Kim Taylor Reece and Michele Sorensen, owner of Tea at 1024, pose outside of Arts at Marks Garage. One of its campaigns offers a portrait for anyone who donates at least $10 monthly.

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                                Kim Taylor Reece photographs dancer Becky McGarvey.

    BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Kim Taylor Reece photographs dancer Becky McGarvey.

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                                A wall of Post-it notes inside of Arts at Marks Garage shows the amount of support the institution has received over the many years.

    BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    A wall of Post-it notes inside of Arts at Marks Garage shows the amount of support the institution has received over the many years.

The time to save the Arts at Marks Garage, Honolulu’s longtime urban arts center, is now or never, according to volunteer board members. Read more

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