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Scheafer International Gallery at MACC

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Scheafer International Gallery at MACC
One Cameron way
Kahalui , HI 96732
Venue Type: Museum

Country:
united states



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© Courtesy of Scheafer International Gallery at MACC
> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
August 28th - November 6th Hawaii National Parks Centennial Exhibition
Rose Adare, Pamela Andelin, Gwen Arkin, Erika Baez, Debra Behr, Bryan Berkowitz (Maui), Edgar Heap of Birds, Judy Bisgard, Alan Brown, Tom Calhoun, Hung Kwai Chan, Ken Charon, Melissa Chimera, Jonathan Clark, Michael Clements, Christopher Cole, Joseph Demaree, Bob Douglas, Ian Edmondson, John Fansmith, Kristin Fein, Gerald Filipelli, April Flanders, Shaun Fleming, Kit Gentry, Ed Goldstein, Ken Goodrich, Kelsey Green, Cheryl Hachiya, Stephen Haynes, Cora Hiranaka, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Linda Kane, Alina Kawai, Edwin Kayton, Scott Lacasse, Alan Lakritz, Mary Ann Leigh, Wayne Levin, Kathleen MacDonald, Kenne Brittain Mahoney, Pat Mahony, Julia Maudlin, Michael McEachern, James McGrew, Jacob Medina, Cesar Miro-Quesada, Michael Mortara, John Mydock, Wilma Nakamura, Paula Nokes, Darrell Orwig, Tim O’Connor, Lee Plevney, Monty Preston, Prajit Ravindran, Marie Ritzman, Delro Rosco, Wanda Russell, Kay Lynne Sattler, Christina Skaggs, Olga Skorokhod, Jeffrey Skrimstad, Stephen Smith, Bruna Stude, Robert Suzuki, Jenna Szerlag, Michael Takemoto, Patricia Uehara, Hilda Volkin, Betsy Ward, Michael Worcester, William Worcester, Kathy Yoshihara, Doug Young
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.mauiarts.org/schaefer.html
CONTACT:  
Neida Bangerter / curator
OPEN HOURS:  
Tues-Sat. 11:00-5:00
PHONE:  
808-243-4288
OTHER PHONE:  
808-242-2787
FAX:  
808-242-4665
COST:  
free to public
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DESCRIPTION

Located on the island of Maui in Hawaii.

In 1994 when the Maui Arts & Cultural Center opened its doors, it was the culmination of a 30-year dream of Maui's people for:

  • A place where the community could gather and celebrate together
  • A first-class venue where the world's most exciting artists could be enjoyed
  • An excellent educational resource serving all ages

Thousands of people, acting on extraordinary faith, contributed over $32 million to make the non-profit Maui Arts & Cultural Center a reality.

The MACC currently serves more than 260,000 people annually, through approximately 1,800 events: major music and theater productions, hula, symphony, ballet, taiko drumming, drama,

children’s art, slack key guitar, popular music, acrobatics, storytelling, and more. In addition, the MACC is a frequent gathering place for community meetings and school events.


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