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Arts District Merchant Association (ADMA)
The Arts District Merchant Association (ADMA) is a membership organization composed of merchants, nonprofit organizations and individuals dedicated to the responsible development and improvement of The Arts District in Honolulu’s downtown/Chinatown for the benefit of its members and the community.
COJODA Productions presents The Acting Studio, founded by actor, writer and producer Consulina Wong. The focus of The Acting Studio is on Single Point Acting for actors from beginning, intermediate, to advance levels.
Friends of the Library of Hawai'i
The Friends of the Library of Hawai'i (FLH) has supported and promoted the extension of library services in Hawai'i since 1879. Today, FLH fundraises throughout the year primarily through sales of used books and media that are donated from the library system and our generous community. The funds raised go to support programs at all 50 public library branches across six of the Hawaiian Islands. These programs include musicians, authors, performers, experts, and others who engage library patrons, from keiki to kupuna. The funding is important because the state provides no funding for programs. In addition to programming, FLH provides scholarships for UH Library Science students, and a variety of funding to support public librarians in their work.
HAWAI'I SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
The Hawai‘i Shakespeare Festival (HSF) produces three Shakespeare plays each year during its brief summer season, typically late July to early August. HSF strives for contemporary relevance and accessibility in its productions.
HAWAI'I WATERCOLOR SOCIETY
Hawai‘i Watercolor Society (HWS) promotes the advancement and appreciation of watercolor paintings through programs, workshops, competitive exhibits, and educational presentations.
PlayBuilders of Hawai'i
Playbuilders of Hawai‘i Theater Company is a roving, multi-ethnic ensemble of experienced theatre makers who wish, through theatre, to create opportunities for effective communication and cultural exchange between the many diverse peoples of Hawai‘i.
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Hallowbaloo Music + Arts Festival
The Hallowbaloo Music & Arts Festival was founded in 2008 by T-Rx Entertainment, LLC. Hallowbaloo has been warmly received by Honolulu residents and visitors since its inception - drawing approximately 8,000 attendees in 2008, 12,000 attendees in 2009 and 15,000 attendees in 2010. Approximately 20,000 people are expected to participate in this year's 2011 Hallowbaloo festivities. The exceptional support from fans combined with major assistance from Arts District merchants has helped Hallowbaloo realize its mission straight out of the gate. Hallowbaloo is excited about the brilliant future that lies ahead and the opportunity to continue to illuminate the Honolulu Arts District brighter than any other weekend of the year. Mahalo nui to all of the artists, merchants and fans who have supported and continue to support H-A-L-L-O-W-B-A-L-O-O!