Click here to see Arts & Performance Events. EWC audiences encounter a world of tradition and innovation that spans the ancient and contemporary in the visual arts, music, dance and theatre. For more than three decades, Arts Program presentations have educated, enlightened and entertained audiences of diverse backgrounds and ages, illuminating cultural values and art forms of national and ethnic groups in the region.
Visitor parking on the Mānoa Campusis available in the Lower Campus and Dole Street Parking Structures and in the green color Pay-to-Park visitor stalls located in parking lots mauka of Dole Street. The campus parking structures charge a flat rate fee of $5.00 payable in advance at the entry kiosks prior to 4pm and a $6 flat fee after 4pm.
Visitors using the Pay-to-Park green stalls need to use the automated Pay Stations located at that lot. These Pay Stations accept MasterCard & Visa and Cash - quarters, dollar coins, $1, $5, and $10 bills and require a fee of $2.00 per half hour up to a maximum of $16.00. The Pay Station issues a permit ticket that must be displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle showing the time until which the visitor has paid.
On Sundays, parking is normally free and ample. Additional information about Burns Hall is located here.
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For more information about the Arts Program, please click on the PDF links below. (Adobe Reader required. This free program can be downloaded at: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html)
Your donations can help bring exhibitions and live demonstrations and performances by the finest artists in the Asia Pacific region to Hawai'i. for information on how you can join the Arts 'Ohana.