JUNE 5-12, 2015 at Honolulu Museum of Art School, Mezzanine Gallery

OCEAN FUTURES - STUDENT ART CONTEST & EXHIBITION

In collaboration with From the Bow Seat and Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, we are pleased to be hosting the first Ocean Futures Student Art Contest and Exhibition, under the theme, Our Oceans, Our Plastic.

We invite students of all ages from across the islands and the nation to harness their imaginations and express themselves creatively addressing our connection to the ocean, consumption, and plastic pollution. As an interdisciplinary contest, Ocean Futures brings together ocean awareness, creativity, and advocacy.

The finalists of the contest will have the opportunity to have their works exhibited at the prestigious Honolulu Museum of Art throughout the month of June. The opening reception of the exhibition will be on June 5, 2015.

More information on the call for submissions and guidelines coming soon...

Artwork by Dafne Murillo (From The Bow Seat - Student Contest Winner 2014)

Artwork by Dafne Murillo (From The Bow Seat - Student Contest Winner 2014)


Honolulu Museum of Art School

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The Honolulu Museum of Art School, opened in 1990 in the historic Linekona building, is the hub of the Honolulu Museum of Art's arts education programming. Education was the driving force behind the founding of the museum, and the museum has offered classes and tours since it opened in 1927. Today, the Art School reaches approximately 60,000 children and adults each year through studio art classes, workshops with visiting artists, school programs, outreach programs, and exhibitions.

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