East Hawaiʻi Cultural Center
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East Hawaiʻi Cultural Center information
The best venue for local art is this downtown center, which primarily displays the work of established professionals, but also has compelling masterpieces by schoolkids and amateurs. Workshops and classes on varied creative forms (eg painting, drawing, ukulele and hula) are ongoing. Check its website for special evening concerts (featuring top artists).