Bronze Age

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    Design by Joseph Paahana.

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    Early arrivals checking in and becoming museum members.

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    Toga-clad ladies from the Still and Moving Center.

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    European-inspired fare from Pacific Catering.

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    Sculptural poses were brought to life by the IONA Contemporary Dance Theater.

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    Visitors always have a chance to put inspiration onto paper.

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    Art School instructor Sergio Garzon handing out tips on technique.

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    More folks enjoying the IONA dancers.

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    Free Spirits Mobile Bartenders kept everyone "hydrated."

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    More entertainment from Kip McAtee and the Still and Moving Center, in Palm and Kina Courtyards, respectively.

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    Happy members: Heather, Katie; Maxwell, Kawai and Mark

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    DJ Jem spinning in Luce Pavilion.

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    The main course: 'Auguste Rodin: The Human Experience.'

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    Getting into the details.

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August 28, 2015 06:00pm-09:00pm
Honolulu Museum of Art

'Bronze Age' information

See the exhibition Auguste Rodin: The Human Experience | Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Collections, then celebrate the human form and party like it's 1899! (In Paris!)


Admission to ARTafterDARK is now $25—and for that price you can become a museum member and get into the event FREE for a whole year! Learn more about membership levels and benefits.


• Join our education team in Auguste Rodin: The Human Experience for a fun art activity—what we call "?art"
• Learn live model drawing techniques with Art School instructor Sergio Garzon.
• Just for teachers: Join a museum educator for a 15-minute gallery activity that will get you thinking about and looking at art in a new way. Meet and network with other teachers. This month, teachers meet at 6:45pm in the Buddhist gallery.


• Move over Zumba, Nia is the latest exercise craze—and Still and Moving Center pros will teach you how to do it
• Dig the Euro-electric beats of DJ Jem
• Enjoy the ambient guitar stylings of Kip McAtee
• Watch dancers from the IONA Contemporary Dance Theater mimic sculptural poses, and bring them to life.


• Enjoy food from Street Grindz and Pacific Catering. Beverages provided by Free Spirits Mobile Bartenders

Luce Pavilion:
- Cassoulet with side salad à la Française
- Coq au vin
- French ham and cheese sandwich
- Vegetable Provençal sandwich (eggplant, zucchini + tomato) 

Kinau Courtyard:
- Salade niçoise
- French cheese plate with bread
- Apple tarts

Drink specials:
- French martini: Raspberry and pineapple laced with vodka.
- Eden: A measure of St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur with champagne to cut the sweetness and refreshing soda.



You can store your chariot at the following locations:

• Street parking on Beretania and Kina‘u streets from 6pm. FREE
• Lot behind the Honolulu Museum of Art School (1111 Victoria St.), enter from Beretania or Young street
NOTE: Lot closes promptly at 11pm