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Hana: a mixed media exhibition of anagama ceramics by Clayton Amemiya and encaustic paintings by Kevin Diminyatz

The Volcano Art Center announces Hana a mixed media exhibition of anagama ceramics by Clayton Amemiya and encaustic paintings by Kevin Diminyatz at the Niaulani Campus (19-4074 Old Volcano Rd.) in Volcano Village. Opening on Saturday, August 20 and continuing through September 9, 2022, the exhibit will be on display Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm. An opening reception with the artists will …

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Circle of Life: Ka Pōʻai o Ke Ola – a collection of paintings by David Maes Gallegos

The Volcano Art Center gallery in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park is proud to announce an exhibition of new works depicting images of hula and Hawaiian Aumakua by David Maes Gallegos. The show opens to the public on August 13 and continues through September 18, 2022, 9am-5pm, daily.  A reception for the artist will be held Saturday, August 27 …

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Quilts In The Forest: Recover: Looking Forward Honoring The Past

  Volcano Art Center announces the  fourth semi-annual quilt show, Quilts in the Forest – Looking Forward, Honoring The Past. The show will be on display from  July 22 – August 14, 2022. You will be able to view the traditional, contemporary and innovative quilts at Volcano Art Center’s Niaulani Campus, from talented Hawaiʻi Island quilters, both amateur …

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Hawai’i Nei Invitational Exhibition: Species Of Concern

The Volcano Art Center (VAC) is proud to announce The Hawaiʻi Nei Invitational Exhibition: Species Of Concern on display at the VAC Gallery in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park July 2 – August 7, from 9am – 5pm daily. The multi-media exhibition showcases six outstanding artists who were selected by members of the Volcano Art Center at the annual …

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Love the Arts 2022: Pa’ina Paniolo ***Only 2 tickets left! Please call (808) 967-8222 to purchase tickets!

    The Volcano Art Center wishes to acknowledge the following Event Sponsors! Corcoran Pacific Properties – Ron Rigg, Venture Sotheby’s International Realty – Pat Halpern, Volcano Retreat – Kathleen & Peter Golden, Jane & Paul Field, Kim Randall, DeLuz Chevrolet – Theresa Gennette, Big Island Toyota -Theresa Gennette, Data Processing Services Inc. – Kenneth A. Ah Lo,   Punaluu …

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Exhibit: Nani Moku

Immerse in Hawaiʻi Island’s magnificent colors through the glass works on display in the exhibition Nani Moku, at the Volcano Art Center gallery in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. The show opens to the public on January 8, and continues through February 20, 2022, from 9 am – 5pm, daily. While admission is free, park entrance …

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VAC Spooky Trail * Tickets May Be Purchased At The Door

VOLCANO ART CENTER’S SPOOKY TRAIL IS LURING YOU!  Wear your favorite HALLOWEEN costume to enter our Spooky Trail at Volcano Art Center’s Haunted Forest. Join us on October 30th from 4:00 – 7:00 pm. Your adventure begins with a tour of the Halloween Village, then your tour ghoul will lure you into the Haunted Forest.  This exciting, fun experience includes a keiki costume contest and …

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Exhibit: Ho’okupu

Volcano Art Center will soon be displaying a new collection of pastel paintings by Hawaiʻi’s Island revered portrait artist Kathy Long. The exhibit titled Hoʻokupu features thirteen pastel paintings, nine of which have never been seen before. The exhibition, opening to the public on Saturday, October 2nd will continue through Sunday, November 7th daily from …

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VAC Updates: Soft Reopening Monday, June 1, 2020

We are ecstatic to announce that on Monday, June 1st at 10am, Volcano Art Center’s Niaulani Campus in Volcano Village will reopen to the public! Our Gallery location in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park reopens on Wednesday, June 17 at 9am. As the State of Hawaiʻi slowly reopens for business, VAC is getting ready to welcome you back with a few updates!

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