Artist and viral TikTok creator Dane Nakama presents a love letter to local culture and a sly critique of Hawai‘i’s blunt realities.
Vacant and destitute to the eye, upon closer approach brimming with much-needed lessons. During this past year of isolation, Honolulu’s fallow spaces can be our greatest classroom.
Floral artist Tamara Rigney’s nonprofit Treehoo is a love letter to—and a rescue plea for—Honolulu’s urban forests.
The soulful and pertinent artworks of Bernice Akamine defy medium and description.
The sinewy, cerebral paintings of Roland Longstreet reflect an equally active and brainy creative process from the Honolulu-based artist.
The Flux Hawaii creative team highlights the most anticipated events from the inaugural Hawaii Contemporary Art Summit.
Ambivalently understood, the phrase “Hawaiian sense of place” is heard everywhere from the tourism industry to design sector. The islands’ traditional place names, however, often remain silenced. Can one truly honor places without acknowledging the importance of inoa ‘āina?