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Honolulu Museum of Art Opening & Exhibitions
Honolulu Museum of Art Opening & Exhibitions

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The Living Mirror: Luminaries of 20th-Century Modernist Photography
April 12-August 12

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ConTempo: Fresh stART
April 21, 6:30-11:30pm, Neiman Marcus

Tables: $5,000-$15,000
The museum's annual spring benefit blooms at Neiman Marcus. For tickets, contact Sheryl Kramer at skramer@honolulumuseum.org.

April 5-21

You don't have to attend ConTempo to be a part of its exciting art sale—Contemporarities—with proceeds going to support the museum. The superb selection of artwork goes on view at Neiman Marcus April 4. It's worth a visit! Or you can see the artwork online.

At the Doris Duke Theatre

Friends of Film Friday: You Are All Captains (Todos vós sodes capitáns)
April 6, 6pm reception, 7:30pm screening

Concert: House of Wolves
April 7, 7:30pm, $30, $25 museum members

Don't miss this LA-Portland indie band's dreamy Hawai'i debut.

Fourth Annual Filipino Film Festival
April 21–29

Opening night reception: Apr. 21, 6–7:30pm. Enjoy Filipino bentos and wine for purchase. Screening at 7:30pm. Tickets: $15, $12 museum members. Purchase tickets in advance at honolulumuseum.tix.com.

More films
More performances

On View

At the Honolulu Museum of Art

Hawaii Art Now
Through April 22

In Memoriam: Maqbool Fida Husain
Through April 22

Hawaii’s First Pictures: Prints from the Lahainaluna Seminary
Through May 20

Regal and Royal Hawaiian Quilts
Through May 20

Kawase Hasui: Capturing the Ephemeral Regal and Royal Hawaiian Quilts
Through June 17

Comforts for the Soul: Han Dynasty Arts for the Afterlife
Through November 4

Patrick Dougherty Installation
Through March 2013

Anxiety's Edge
On view indefinitely

At the Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House

Sharon Sussman: Po'i Nā Nalu / Jesse Christensen: Forbidden Image
Through April 22

Biennial of Hawaii Artists X
Through July 22

Finger: A Mural by Ken Fandell
On view indefinitely

Lynne Yamamoto:
House for Listening to the Rain

On view indefinitely

At First Hawaiian Center

Franco Salmolraghi:
Flowers+Plants of Hawaii

Through May 11

Across the Hawaiian Islands:
Recent Landscape Painting

Through May 11

Craft Masters: Woodworkers of Hawaii
Through May 11

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Expression Sessions at Spalding House
$15, $10 museum members.
To reserve a spot, contact 237-5230 or seng@honolulumuseum.org.

Kids: Casting with plaster with Gideon Gerit
April 1, 10:30am–noon

Teens: Life casting with Gideon Gerit
April 8, 10:30am–noon

Adults: Life casting with Gideon Gerit
April 22, 10:30am–noon

Meet the Hawai‘i Art Now Artist:
Gaye Chan

April 4, 10:15am

Orvis Artist in residence Program 2012 Come see the artists in action at Spalding House: Robert Reed, Tuesdays-Saturdays, March 17-April 6, Andrea Jonna Charuk, Tuesdays-Saturdays April 28-June 3.

Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday:Happy Birthday
April 15, 11am-3pm

Join us for a fun-filled day of music, games and art as we celebrate our 85th birthday. Don't miss the building contest with the Honolulu chapter of the American Institute of Architects. 

Lecture: The Chauvet Caves: Man's Earliest Art, American Institute of Archaeology
April 19, 7:30pm, Doris Duke Theatre, FREE

ARTafterDARK: Heroes & Villains
April 27, 6-9pm

Comic book favorites come to life as ARTafterDARK assembles the world's mightiest superheroes to conquer and destroy evil once and for all.

Fay Scherr Trunk Show
April 28, 10:30am-3pm

Just in time for Mother's Day, the museum shop hosts a trunk show with a twist by popular Honolulu jewelry designer Fay Scherr.

Book Club
April 30, 1-3pm

The Red Queen by Margaret Drabble. Call 532-3621 for reservations.

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