Marks Calendar


Current Monthly Calendar!





Best of Shows Exhibit: Encampments by Kirsten Rae Simonsen & Self Assembly by Chris Edwards
July 1 through July 26, 2014
Grand Prize Winners of Double-Feature Summer Season: Zoonami and HI Tides. Jurors: James Cave, former arts and culture editor of The Honolulu Weekly and Founding Editor the Offsetter, and Jaimey Hamilton Faris, Asst. Professor of Art History, Director of Intersections/Visiting Artist program at UH Manoa.

Grand Opening: First Friday, July 4, 2014, 5-11pm
The artists will be available to discuss their work from 5-8pm, with artists talks at 630pm. There will be a Kona Brewing Company beer garden on the front yard of Marks Garage with a full bar inside the gallery and performance space. DJ The Native Girl will be spinning all night, with drink specials, adult shave ice, and carnival-themed decor. The Hawaiian Fresh Farms Food Truck will be posted up outside serving up delicious local fare all night.





Hawaii Watercolor Society presents
Small Kine Art Show
July 29 through August 9, 2014
Hawai’i Watercolor Society’s annual exhibit and sale of member’s original paintings. Paintings are original, matted, artwork in small sizes priced from $35 - $100.  
First Friday Event: August 1, 2014, 6-9pm
Show contact: Davilla at: (808) 861-5110 





Oahu Fresh - "Delivering Fresh Local Produce To Your Doorstep"

Pick-Up: Wednesday 5:30-6pm

Sign-Up for weekly or every-other-week:


The ARTS at Marks Garage is officially a drop-off site for Oahu Fresh! Oahu Fresh is a service for those interested in supporting local agriculture and eating locally grown food.

They deliver a $20 bag of Farmers' Market produce sourced primarily from farmers attending the Honolulu Farmers' Market at the Blaisdell. There are also specialty items available to purchase that can be delivered in your weekly bag, such as Naked Cow Dairy cream cheese or PacifiKool ginger syrups.

Please help spread the word, help us help support and eat local!

Artist Gaye Chan of eating in public [] has been encouraging sustainability and mutuality in Honolulu through various projects like Free Stores and Anarchist Recycle Stations. Recently, ARTS at Marks has adopted one of her Seed-Sharing Stations. 

We need your help! There is an obvious need--- In a few short weeks we have already distributed over 100 envelops of seeds, from purslane to moringa, beets, kale, and much more. One volunteer has been supplying the seeds and restocking the envelopes thus far, but she's almost out of her personal seed stash! Do YOU have any heirloom/backyard/non-Monsanto seeds to share? Bring them to ARTS and "take, leave, wahtevas."

TAKE = act without shame

LEAVE = share without condition

WHATEVAS = trust without apology