firstname.lastname@example.org P.O. Box
3948 l Honolulu l Hawaii l 96812-3948 l Phone:
808.533.2787 l Fax: 808.526.9040 l
Building community by enriching lives through
the advancement, education and celebration of
the arts in Hawaii.
Hawaii Tourism Authority -
Strategically manages Hawaii tourism in a sustainable
manner consistent with our economic goals, cultural
values, preservation of natural resources, community
desires and visitor industry needs
PBS Hawai`i: Hawai`i Public Television
www.pbshawaii.org The mission of PBS
Hawaii is to inform, inspire, and entertain by sharing
high quality programming and services that add value to
our diverse island community.
Foundation on Culture and the Arts -
http://hawaii.gov/sfca/ 250 South Hotel Street, 2nd Floor,
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96813. 808-586-0300 | Fax 808-586-0308
| TTY 808-586-0740
perpetuating, preserving and encouraging culture and the
arts, history and the humanities as central to the
quality of life of the people of Hawai‘i.
Street, Honolulu, Hawai'i 96817 Phone: 808.847.3511
Bishop Museum is
the largest museum in the state and the premier
natural and cultural history institution in the
Pacific, recognized throughout the world for its
cultural collections, research projects,
consulting services and public educational
programs. It also has one of the largest natural
history specimen collections in the world.
Serving and representing the interests of Native
Hawaiians is a primary purpose of the Museum.
Big Island Dance Council -
The Big Island Dance Council supports, promotes, and
encourages the art of dance on the Island of Hawaii
through education, classes, performances, and
East Hawaii Cultural Center -
Kalakaua St. Hilo, HI 96721 (808) 961-5711
The Center's facilities include three
public galleries, a performance space on the second floor
serves as a "black box" theater, an art
studio, a meeting room, and one of the
best dance floors on the island.
Hilo Downtown Improvement Association -
The Hilo Downtown Improvement Association's mission is
"To provide leadership that develops and nurtures
Downtown Hilo, and the surrounding communities, as a
safe and attractive place to live, work, and play."
FOUNDATION FOR ARTS AND CULTURE -
78-6670 Mamalahoa Hwy. Holualoa, HI 96725
Telephone: (808) 322-3362 Email:
A non-profit charitable organization offering art
education for adults and youth at the historic Donkey
Mill Art Center. The center is located near the artist
community of Holualoa along the Kona Coffee Corridor on
the Big Island of Hawaii.
Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii
Located at 600 `Imiloa Place on the
upper portion of the UH-Hilo campus, in the Science and
'Imiloa Astronomy Center provides a unique experience
for visitors, students, and families seeking to explore
the connections between Hawaiian cultural traditions and
the science of astronomy.
Post Office Box
549, Kamuela, HI 96743, Tel (808)
885-6017/Fax (808) 885-0546 Box Office
Responsive to cultural needs of
the community, the Kahilu
Theatre provides a home for the
presentation, support, education
and promotion of the performing
and Mission House - www.lymanmuseum.org
The Lyman Museum houses two major exhibit galleries
(Earth Heritage for natural history and Island Heritage
for cultural history), the Shipman Gallery of Chinese
Art, a Special Exhibits Gallery, a gift shop and over
26,000 volumes, documents and historic photos of Hawai`i.
The Earth Heritage Gallery is the best little
introduction anywhere to Hawai`i before humans,
showcasing its volcanic origins and unique ecosystems.
An important part of the Museum is our restored Mission
House right next door. The house is shown separately by
Pacific Tsunami Museum, Hilo -
Ave, Hilo, Hawaii 96720 (808) 935-0926
The goal of
the Pacific Tsunami Museum is to promote public tsunami
education for the people of Hawaii and the Pacific
Region. The museum will also preserve the social and
cultural history of Hawaii and promote economic
development on the island of Hawaii as well as
statewide. The museum will serve as a living memorial to
those who lost their lives in past tsunami events.
Volcano Art Center -
Located on the Big Island of Hawai'i, at
the summit of Kilauea in Hawai'i
Volcanoes National Park.
The Volcano Art Center (VAC) is a
nonprofit, tax-exempt, educational
organization, founded in 1974. Their
mission is to promote, develop, and
perpetuate the artistic and cultural
heritage of Hawai'i's people and
environment through activities in the
visual, literary, and performing arts.
For additional information
please call 933-0416,
fax 933-0417 or email at
& Cultural Center
is a unique experience for the Big Island of Hawai’i
located in the Wailoa River State Recreation Area, and
is the only venue of its kind supported by the State
Parks, a Division of the Department of Land and Natural
Resources. Established in 1967, Wailoa Center is staffed
by a team of volunteers and serves as an art, cultural
and visitor information center, as well as, a
stimulating local gathering place for the community.
Wailoa Center’s mission strives to unveil other worlds
and concepts to those who may not otherwise be exposed
to art, music, history and cultural traditions. Local
artists, craftsmen and educators are offered this venue
to display their ideas leading to the creation of two
new exhibits every month for visitors to enjoy. The
Center is free and opened to the public Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Wednesday from noon to 4:30 p.m. and closed on Saturday,
Sunday and State Holidays.