New Time for ARTwalk at The Shops
Starting on Wednesday, Feb. 1, ARTwalk at The Shops at Wailea has a new time from 6 to 8 p.m. on the second level surrounding the art galleries.
ARTwalk at The Shops takes place the first Wednesday of every month and is a complimentary event open to the public.
The event features fine art and entertainment and promotes local visual art and artists in a wide range of mediums and artistic style, including painting, sculpture, metal art, handmade jewelry, photography, glass works and island wood carvings.
ARTwalk provides an opportunity to meet fellow art lovers, visitors, residents, artist and experience the creativity of some of Hawaiʻi and the world’s finest artists.
Come down, stroll through the six diverse galleries and meet the artists in residence at The Shops. Galleries include: aFeinberg Gallery, Ki’i Galleries, Lahaina Galleries, Mouche Gallery, National Geographic | Fine Art Galleries, and Tasini Carving Gallery.
The Shops at Wailea continues to give back to the community, supporting a different Maui non-profit each month with 60% of the special event parking fees going back to the non-profit. February’s non-profit recipient is Hawaiʻi Community Foundation.
The Shop’s goal is to enrich the community through exploration and discovery in the culture, arts and music while supporting the local businesses and non-profit partners. Four-hour event parking is available for $5 dollars and can be purchased at the non-profit’s parking table.
Hawaiʻi Community Foundation is one of the largest and oldest community foundation in the nation. HCF celebrated its 100th anniversary of giving in 2016 in Hawaii. HCF helps people make a difference by inspiring the spirit of giving and by investing in people and solutions to benefit every Island community.
Currently, HCF works with more than 1,000 donors, partners, and organizations that translates into $606 million in assets built over time. In 2015, more than $45 million was distributed to the community with over 1,350 college students receiving $4.5 million in scholarship funds.