Art, Culture & Identity Past Events
The Art of Woodblock Printing
Kona Coffee Story Exhibit Series Lecture and Demonstration
Kona-born fine artist, coffee farmer and exhibition designer for the Kona Coffee Story exhibition, Hiroki Morinoue, discusses and demonstrates moku-hanga, the traditional art of Japanese wood block printing. Mr. Morinoue’s woodblock prints and paintings have been featured in numerous exhibitions throughout Hawai‘i, California, and Japan.
Free with Museum admission. Reservations required. Limited seating available.
Cold Tofu Improv: Attack of the Killer Tofus
Thursday Evening at the Museum Performance
Cold Tofu provides a monthly evening of laughs and entertainment at the Museum. This talented, energetic, multicultural improvisational group has an amazing assortment of entertainment techniques that will keep you laughing all night. This year Cold Tofu will present themed shows collaborating with guest artists and musicians. This evening, Cold Tofu parodies that high quality or quantity known as “B” movies.
Free. Reservations required. Limited seating available.