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Contemporary Museum
Name:Contemporary Museum 



 
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Address:2411 Makiki Heights Drive 
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City:Honolulu 
State:Hawaii 
Postal Code:96822 
Country:UNITED STATES 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=21.315506; long=-157.835339
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Phone:+1.808.526.1322 
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Public/Private:PUBLIC 
Hours:Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm; Sunday, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm 
Admission:General admission is $5; seniors and students over 12 with ID are $3. Members and children 12 and under are free. TCM is open to the public at no charge on the third Thursday of every month through corporate sponsorship. 
Added to JGarden:7/8/2000 
Last Updated:7/8/2000 
JGarden Description:The Contemporary Museum, a non-profit institution, features art made since 1940. Located at Nu'umealani, an estate dating back to 1925, the museum includes a beautiful Japanese garden and a sculpture garden with an outstanding view of Diamond Head. On permanent exhibition in the sculpture garden are works by Robert Arneson, Charles Arnoldi, George Rickey, Toshiko Takaezu, Viola Frey, Arnold Zimmerman, Bumpei Akaji and, Robert Graham, among others, L'enfant et les Sortileges, a permanent installation by David Hockney, is housed in its own separate building and is popular with visitors of all ages. Exhibitions in the galleries change every six to eight weeks and include works by locally, nationally and internationally known artists. The Contemporary Museum also features changing exhibitions in the cafe and at the TCM Gallery in the Advertiser Building. 




With the south wind a gentle goddess came.
She soaked the bronze, she soaked the fountain,
She soaked the swallow's belly and its feathers of gold.
She hugged the tide, lapped the sand, drank the fish.
Secretly she soaked the temple, the bath-house, the theatre,
The confusion of her platinum lyre --
  the tongue of the goddess -- secretly.
Soaked my tongue.

  Nishiwaki Junzaburô
  trans. by Bownas and Thwaite
  20th century

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