Calendar of Events

Mar
7
Thu
2024
Heritage & Archival Film Series
Mar 7 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm


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VAC invites members of the community to provide historical reference and personal enrichment to this archived material.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.

Mar
9
Sat
2024
Jazz in the Forest: “Maiden Voyage”
Mar 9 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Jazz in the Forest:”Maiden Voyage”

Saturday, March 9, 2024, at 5:30pm

The Volcano Art Center’s Jazz in the Forest series continues on Saturday, March 9, at 5:30pm at Volcano Art Center Niaulani Campus in Volcano Village. The evening features  Jean Pierre Thoma and the Jazztones. 

We begin on March 9, on our “Maiden Voyage” concert which includes compositions from around the world of jazz. On this initial jazz adventure for our jazz music year, we will feature compositions which will take us through  the history of our special American and world music, such as “April in Paris”, and “Strasbourg St. Denis”, to more down home pieces such as “Watermelon Man” and “Speak No Evil”. The band will include Jean Pierre Thoma -JP – on flute, and saxophones,  Asha Azama on keyboards and vocals, Joey Carroll on acoustic and electric bass, and vocals, and the great percussionist Russell Lundgren.  Come and enjoy “A Lovely Day”  with us.

Our schedule at the Volcano Art Center for later this year will include special tributes to George Gershwin, a historic tour through the varied life of the guitar in America from rural blues to avant garde electronics, and visitation to the giants of our jazz musical history.  Plans include our regular seasonal concerts, with new twists and turns.  Don’t miss any of this exciting year of jazz.

Tickets are $25 for VAC members ($30 non-members)!
Ticket holders will be able to purchase pupu, beer and wine. Tickets are available for sale online at www.volcanoartcenter.org, or at VAC’s Administration Office in Volcano Village.Purchase-Tickets-btn

Mar
28
Thu
2024
Heritage & Archival Film Series
Mar 28 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm


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.

Apr
20
Sat
2024
Liko A’e Keiki Plus One
Apr 20 @ 8:40 am – 2:30 pm

Liko A’e Keiki + One

The Volcano Art Center is proud to offer the Liko A’e Keiki plus One workshop. The workshop will be held at VAC Niaulani Campus, Saturday, April 20, 2024, from 8:40 A.M. – 2:30 P.M. Open to keiki  8-13 years of age and one adult. The deadline to register is Friday, April 5, 2024.

This one-day workshop gives keiki and their parent, grandparent or any adult, a memorable opportunity to explore the arts together.
The classes will includes painting, zentangle, textile art treasure bags, and silk painting.

Cost: for one adult and one child $100/$92 for members of VAC. If you wish to enroll any additional adult or child, please call the office at (808) 967-8222. Additional keiki or adult $25/$20 (VAC member).

$25 discount for early registration. The deadline for early registration is Monday, March 25.

Financial scholarships are available for those in need.  Apply for a scholarship Here

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Apr
25
Thu
2024
Heritage & Archival Film Series
Apr 25 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm


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.

May
9
Thu
2024
Heritage & Archival Film Series
May 9 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm


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.

Jun
20
Thu
2024
Heritage & Archival Film Series
Jun 20 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm


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.

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