WHO/WHAT: The Honolulu Museum of Art is holding an exhibit, “Animals In Japanese Art,” which showcases that animals in art are rarely just animals. This exhibit showcases that animals are often rich in cultural associations that reveal ideas behind human society. Hanging scrolls, votive panels and handscrolls explore stories and meanings behind animals, offering novel and humorous perspectives on human concerns.
WHEN/WHERE: This exhibit will be up until Sunday, July 23, in Gallery 3 at The Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 South Beretania St.
TICKETS: Book admission into the museum at honolulumuseum.org/timed-entry/general-admission. General admission is $20, Hawai‘i Resident is $10, and 18 and under is free.