The Sixth Annual National Arts Program® Exhibit for the City of Honolulu hung throughout the month of June and included a beautiful collection of art from the employees and their family members
For the last six years, our Honolulu, Hawaii show has been coordinated by Tory Laitila, the Registrar for the Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts (MOCA). MOCA's mission is to promote the value of arts and culture throughout communities in the City and County of Honolulu. Tory not only does this by maintaining all the city-owned artwork, but by offering the City and County employees the chance to showcase their artistic talent through the NAP Exhibition.
About the Honolulu, HI NAP Exhibit
The City of Honolulu NAP Exhibit is held in Honolulu, Hawaii. Artists invited to participate in this exhibition include City and County of Honolulu employees and their immediate family members. The National Arts Program® is pleased to provide materials and funding for this visual art exhibit including certificates for all participants and $2,400 in cash prizes.