Volcano Art Center’s Heritage and Archive Program presents the first of the Archive Film Series. This project shares a glimpse of VAC’s unique 50 year history.
Digitized and restored footage is now available for public viewing highlighting the people and events that have shaped the arts and community at the summit of Kīlauea.
VAC invites members of the community to provide historical reference and personal enrichment to this archived material.
This program is proudly supported by funding through Hawai’i’s State Grant In Aid Program and will run monthly at VAC Niaulani Campus (19-4074 Old Volcano Old).
This presentation is free, although donations are greatly appreciated.
The Sounds of Niaulani Musical Forest Tour with Dina Kageler
Join us for free family fun in the Hawaiian Rainforest. A 45-minute playful and educational event suitable for all ages. You will learn about distinctive Hawaiian native plants and environment through song and story by Dina Kageler. Adults and children of all ages are welcome, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. This special event will begin at 9:30 am, at VAC Niaulani Campus in Volcano Village. (19-4974 Old Volcano Road).
This event along with other future events is sponsored by the Atherton Foundation.