Virtual Tours

Take a virtual tour! Get up-close views and information about artworks in these exhibits.

Sculpture Garden

On the ground floor of the building was once a recreational area that featured a large swimming pool and bleachers. This area has now been transformed to serve again as an urban oasis. It retains elements that evoke memories of the pool, offering pathways for discovery and sites for reflection.

Under the Blue

Dive deep down to the bottom of the ocean with us in this interactive space. Discover who dwells beneath the surface of the sea and what adventures abound far below the waves! This piece is inspired by the works of Solomon Enos, Carol Bennet and Tadashi Sato.

May – July 2023.

2022 Hawaiʻi Regional Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit

Award-winning artworks by Hawaiʻi students grades 7-12. This tour is in two parts.

February 18 – March 12, 2022.

Two adult people and a child in the Young Artists of Hawaii exhibit.
Red background with seated figure in shades of purple, yellow, green, red, and gray. Text reading 'Altered States'.

Altered States

Highlighting alternative visions of the world through artworks from the SFCA’s Art in Public Places Collection.

August 6 – December 12, 2021.


Explore containment through a variety of artistic depictions and approaches. Artworks from the SFCA’s Art in Public Places Collection.

September – December 12, 2021.

wall sculpture of shiny clay bricks in orange, brown, light pink, and blue. Text above reads 'Containment'.
Painting of Mokoliʻi Island. Frame around painting reads "In Hawaii Hawaii State Art Museum".

In Hawaiʻi

Featuring artworks from the SFCA Art in Public Places Collection, this exhibition reflects the rich diversity of creative vision found in Hawaiʻi, exploring themes of influence, innovation, inspiration, insight and inquiry.

September 6, 2019 – December 12, 2021.

Mai hoʻohuli i ka lima i luna

Mai hoʻohuli i ka lima i luna features Hawaiian art from the Art in Public Places Collection of the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, and is guest curated by Drew Broderick, Kaʻili Chun, and Kapulani Landgraf.

July 13, 2020 – December 12, 2021.

Black background with bright green lettering reading Mai hoʻohuli i ka lima i luna