Tour + Talk Story: Identify Yourself
Honolulu Museum of Art docent Charlene Hughes leads a tour of the Identify Yourself exhibition at 2:30 p.m. March 13.
The exhibit features textiles created from various regions around the world across several centuries. The textiles depict a range of topics: cultural histories, religious beliefs, personal and literary narratives and more. As the museum explains on its website, “Identify Yourself is a textile reflection of the world before selfies defined who we are.”
The tour is followed by a discussion. Attendees should meet at the museum entrance. Attendance is free with museum admission.
‘IDENTIFY YOURSELF’ RUNS THROUGH APRIL 24.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT HONOLULUMUSEUM.ORG.
The staff at film photography shop treehouse is displaying their own work in an exhibit titled TREE.
TREE features darkroom-printed black and white photos by Dru Hara, Chris Rohrer and Gabrielle Sanehira.
It kicks off with an opening reception from 7 to 9 p.m. March 12 and runs through April 16.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT TREEHOUSE-SHOP.COM.
Mixed media group exhibition Mirror Mirror debuted at The Pegge Hopper Gallery March 10 and is on display through April 9.
In Mirror Mirror, artists explore the theme of mirrors and the looking glass. Participating artists include John Koga, Mary Mitsuda, Kamran Samimi, Rich Richardson, George Woollard, Roy Venters and Pegge Hopper herself.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT PEGGEHOPPER.COM.