The Honolulu Museum of Art strives to be Hawai‘i’s premier art institution – inspiring, educating and building community through the collection, preservation, presentation and creation of amazing art.
KEY SERVICES PROVIDED
HoMA is a unique gathering place where art, history, culture, education and varying worldviews converge right in the heart of Honolulu. We are honored to host more than 50,000 pieces of amazing art from all corners of the globe, spanning 5,000 years, from ancient times to contemporary society, and representing all major cultures of Hawai‘i and beyond. Whether you’re seeing our collection for the first time, reliving your childhood love of art through a class, snagging tickets for the latest art house film festival or just stopping by for your weekly foodie fix at the Café, HoMA is a vital part of Hawai‘i’s cultural landscape. We are committed to serving the community as a place to learn, be inspired, connect to the world and just hang out.
EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
HoMA hosts free field trips for over 15,000 students annually, many of whom have never experienced a museum before. We also partner with the DOE to preserve and support art education in schools across the state, and ensure kids from all backgrounds get to experience the transformative power of creativity.
Board of Trustees
Kitty Wo, Chair
Sharon Twigg-Smith, Vice-Chair
Herb Conley, Vice President
Michelle Ho, Secretary
Mark Burak, Treasurer
Violet S.W. Loo, Chair Emeritus
Robert S. Katz
Patricia Y. Lee
Watters O. Martin, Jr.
James F. Pierce
Jean E. Rolles
Jay H. Shidler
Senior Leadership Team
Mark Burak, Interim Museum Director
Allison Wong, Deputy Director
Aaron Padilla, Director of Learning and Engagement
Cynthia Low, Director of Collections
Kevin Imanaka, Chief Communications Officer
Sharon Stillman, Director of Human Resources
Tania Ginoza, Chief Financial Officer
900 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814