Every second Saturday of the month, “DiscoverArt” presents artists and performers stationed around the Chinatown community. Art-focused activities, such as drawing, painting, crafts, theatre, and music are interactive and suited for children to adults. DiscoverArt provides artists opportunities to share their craft and audiences to see, hear and touch different art forms. And the good news....its all free.

DiscoverArt takes advantage of the rich and diverse character of Downtown-Chinatown, both the old and new areas. For people unfamiliar with the Downtown-Chinatown area, DiscoverArt is an invitation to visit and experience first-hand the traditional Chinatown, while also discovering the new character and spaces. And for those familiar, it’s an excuse to come back on a Saturday and see what’s new and different.

This month, DiscoverArt will span from the Hawaii State Art Museum all the way to Smith Street. Visitors can find:

  •   A Bethel Street Craft Fair, live entertainment and Fine Art in front of Arts at Marks Garage

  •   Make-and-Take Art inside Arts and Marks Garage

  •   Improv at Arts at Marks Garage

  •   A showcase of Vietnamese art at Art Treasures

  •   Sidewalk Sale at Barrio Vintage

  •   Local fashion by Rumi Murakami at Ginger 13

  •   Fuzz Crochet at Hawaii Art Museum

  •   Sidewalk Sale and Trunk Show at House of Aria

  •   Pop Up Shop at In4Mation featuring Steve Nazar’s T&C Surf designs

  •   Hanafuda lessons at Louis Pohl Gallery

  •   Hawaii Dream Float Collective, a video of Hawaii artists, plus live music at Madre

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  •   Local art works and handcrafts at Next Door

  •   POP ART SHOP by Roy Venters at Pegge Hopper Gallery

    Programs and maps can be found at each location. The event is free and is co-sponsored by Creative Arts Experience, Honolulu Culture and Arts District (HCAD), Aloha Graphics, and City and County of Honolulu.