Art for the People: The Sixth Annual Art at the Capitol Celebration

Apr 1, 2014

Artist Harry Tsuchidana in his studio.
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Senator Brian Taniguchi with Doug Young's "Kaku-Lost T's, Moloka'i"
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Representative Isaac Choy with Harry Tsuchidana's "Explode", above, and Barry Nakasone's ceramic piece, "The Crossing of 3 Reeds II".
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   This Friday, you’re invited to a night of art, music and lively conversation at the Hawai’i State Capitol.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on the sixth annual “Art at the Capitol” celebration, showcasing hundreds of works of art in a convivial setting.

"Art at the Capitol" happens as part of First Friday downtown, this Friday, from 4:30 to 7pm.  Hawai'i Youth Symphony quartets will perform and artists represented in the collections tend to mingle.  Really a great chance to meet your legislators.  

Click here for candid videos of our legislators showing off the art on their walls.