The Holualoa Foundation for Arts & Culture created this community art center in 2002. There are free exhibits, a plethora of locally made art, plus lectures and workshops – taught by recognized national and international artists – all open to visitors. If you’re wondering where the name comes from, the center’s building, built in 1953, was once a coffee mill with a donkey painted on its roof. It puts on lots of family-friendly arts education programs. Located 3 miles south of the village center.