As a noble stride in the global outreach to promote the local arts infrastructure, comes Visions of the Future, apart of the between-biennial programming of the Honolulu Biennial. And thus, this program emerges as the very first entry into the international biennial circuit. Highlighted is the collaborative photography and multimedia exhibit, Flooded, which offers a vision of climate change landscapes with food, and touching on the intimacies that those elements form. Engage with other learners during educational programs such as the Keiki Workshop, Animals of the Future ($15 per student) on April 21, co-presented with Art Explorium. Here, your imagination will really shine as students will be encouraged to dream up how animals may need to adapt to global environmental changes. Looking for some superfood education, on April 19? Take a seat as Fung Yang gives a talk on how his time as an Olympic sailor, followed by the start of his recycling company, jumpstarted his organic mushroom farm career. Rounding out the month on April 28 is the Ala Wai Centennial: A Hawai’i Futures Masterclass by artist Sean Connelly. Learn from the notable Oceanic, Islander Institute and Honolulu Biennial alum, Connelly as he explores our Island’s future. Delving into the ecology of cities, this masterclass will use a 3D interface to promote spatial thinking and creativity. Get ready to expand your knowledge and artful eye! Running through April May 6, 12-7PM, Luxury Row, 1224 Kalakaua Ave.
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