HONOLULU — When you are a tourist and you want to spend some quality time with your family, the Honolulu Creative Media Museum and Gallery is where to go.
Visitors to the museum are greeted by an art gallery and a museum-style restaurant that is open late into the night to make room for artists.
And the Honolulu-based nonprofit arts organization, known as Hawaii Creative Media, has produced an award-winning show about the state’s creative industries.
The museum, which opened in June, features nearly 40 pieces from artists who work in Hawaii’s artistic, cultural and entertainment industries.
The exhibit is on display in the same space as the Honolulu Art Museum and includes works by artists such as Michael K. Davis, Tom Henson, Joe Hill, Jodi Picoult, James Williams, and more.
For more than a decade, Hawaii Creative has been working to create and preserve Hawaii’s cultural resources.
It is also a supporter of the Hawaii Creative Arts Foundation.
The foundation, a nonprofit that provides grants for arts and cultural institutions to support their operations, helps the nonprofit organization with funding, and the museum provides the funds for its exhibitions.
Its mission is to preserve the arts in Hawaii and promote the importance of cultural preservation and creative education.
Hawaii Creative is the nation’s second-largest nonprofit arts foundation.
It receives a total of about $1.4 billion a year in public and private funding.
It has helped support artists and educational programs and has been a partner in the creation of some of the most prestigious venues in the country.
The museum’s collection is also growing.
The collection includes about 3,000 works, most of them by Hawaii artists.
There are about 200 of them in the Hawaiian Islands, most are by artists who are not recognized nationally.
The group of artists is called Hawaii Creative Artists.
The Hawaii artists are not paid by the museum, but their work is displayed in the museum’s collections.
In addition to the Hawaii artists, the museum also includes works from local artists and non-native Hawaiians.
In the past, Hawaii artists have worked on the island’s islands and in Honolulu.
In recent years, the Hawaii Art Museum has been seeking to expand its collection and showcase more artists from around the world.
The Hawaii Creative Art Gallery’s collection includes work by artists from the Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Australia, Brazil, Italy, Japan, Canada, and England.
In addition, the gallery is home to works by more than 30 Native Hawaiian artists, including the Hawaiian artist who won the National Medal of Arts.
Hana’ele Aina’e, a Hawaiian artist, was born in Honolulu, grew up in the Pacific Northwest and studied at the University of Washington.
She is the founder and curator of the Honolulu Arts and Culture Museum.
The art gallery, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, receives support from the Hawaii Cultural Resources Commission and the Hawaii Arts Council.